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This is a cornerstone piece for anyone wanting to dive deeper into mythology of various kinds.
Mr. Bulfinch does a wonderful job in making a collective account of stories for most of the entities he covers, including several excerpts from poets, historians, Milton, Homer, as well as his own brother and many more. Traversing from Greek and Roman to Hindu and Celtic and beyond, this is a great book for any mythology lover.
If that wasn’t enticing enough, we added in the volumes of “King Arthur and His Knights” and even “Legends of Charlemagne” to give you an unforgettable resource and collection. This contents of this book were created in the late 1800’s and thus, the wording and spelling of many of the deities, places, and beyond are vastly different from their modern versions. In an attempt to bring this up to speed, while still maintaining its original state, Battle Goddess Productions has replaced the spellings that may hinder someone’s ability to discover more research on the stories and mythology found within.
This includes the spelling of names, such as but not limited to, Corea – Korea, Thibet – Tibet, or in some cases we added the alternative spelling “Halcyone/Alcyone” in order not to lose the original grip it holds. Another change we did was break out the dialogue and excerpts so that they may stand out clearly and be easier read or found. we hope these extra efforts involving the textual content make this a more pleasant experience for discovering mythology.

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Ellen C. Taylor created a fascinating collection in 1875. Never before, and hardly after, had there been a collection devoted to sharing the history of female warriors. These were individuals who had left a mark on history, both ancient and present in Ellen’s eyes.
Taking notes, and thankful to have discovered this collection, I realize that there were gaps. Missing names and history I had come across in my own research for novel writing. In fact, where was East Asia? Those marvelous tales of China and Japan? Not to mention the women of the American Revolutionary War and my goodness, the publication came out during the American Civil War and its many heroines there!
In an effort to create the ULTIMATE FEMALE WARRIOR collection, I started off remodeling Ellen C. Taylor’s Female Warriors Volumes I & II and from there, I have created my own “Volume III” in honor of the aim her books had started. Unfortunately, I can’t vouch for how accurate Ellen’s information may or may not be. She listed some resources, or in this case, Authorities she consulted. It was a long time ago, and it might be hard to hunt these folks down in present day.

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Ellen C. Taylor created a fascinating collection in 1875. Never before, and hardly after, had there been a collection devoted to sharing the history of female warriors. These were individuals who had left a mark on history, both ancient and present in Ellen’s eyes.Taking notes, and thankful to have discovered this collection, I realize that there were gaps. Missing names and history I had come across in my own research for novel writing. In fact, where was East Asia? Those marvelous tales of China and Japan? Not to mention the women of the American Revolutionary War and my goodness, the publication came out during the American Civil War and its many heroines there!In an effort to create the ULTIMATE FEMALE WARRIOR collection, I started off remodeling Ellen C. Taylor’s Female Warriors Volumes I & II and from there, I have created my own “Volume III” in honor of the aim her books had started. Unfortunately, I can’t vouch for how accurate Ellen’s information may or may not be. She listed some resources, or in this case, Authorities she consulted. It was a long time ago, and it might be hard to hunt these folks down in present day.

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If you are looking for accounts and retelling of encounters with werewolves, this is a great starting point.
Be mindful these stories were published in 1865 and the content will have “current” events the author had encountered as well as mythological findings in terms of what was known and understood at that time. From the legends of using magical wolf skins to the terrifying accounts of lycanthropy, you will find both known and forgotten accounts, including a variety of content ranging from Greek and Nordic Mythology to superstitions in a variety of cultures like were-beavers, were-bears, were-birds, were-hyenas, accounts of lycanthropy, serial killers, and even a in-depth account of Gilles of Rais (Joan of Arc's companion and child-killer) and his accusations, trial, and execution. It is amazing to see the variety of cultures covered side-by-side as the author takes us to North America, Africa, India, France, and even Iceland and Russia.
There are overlaps in vampire lore, especially midway as he ventures in the real-life accounts, men and women both abandoning their humanity and indulging in horrific actions. From eating people to mauling them, you will find names, dates, and information forgotten. This includes stories involving Elizabeth Bathory and Jean Grenier.

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A Collection of Fairy Testimonials, Studies, Mythology, and Science: Fairies and the mysterious world of the fae have been tied into mythology, legend, superstition, fiction, and even our history.
They capture the mischief and wonder of the world we live in, especially life in the forest or the garden. This book is a cornerstone in discovering testimonials, beliefs, roots, and even the science of fairies. Originally published in 1911, there are legends and stories within this tome you can’t find anywhere else.
This illustrated version showcases artwork from Arthur Rackham, Warwick Goble, John D. Batten, and William H. Robinson. This book focuses on the Fairy-Faith phenomenon unfolding in the ‘Celtic Countries’ such as Ireland, Scotland, Britanny, Isle of Man, Cornwall, and Wales. Stories inside are about a large assortment of fairies, witches, and magicians. Discover tales about changelings, pixies, fairy dogs, sidhe, Corrigans, Danaan race, and many tales who have songs sung in connection to misadventures such as Crodh Chaliean. Magic users like witch-doctors to Merlin are mentioned often as well as the practice of exorcisms by Priests.

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Ellen C. Taylor created a fascinating collection in 1875. Never before, and hardly after, had there been a collection devoted to sharing the history of female warriors. These were individuals who had left a mark on history, both ancient and present in Ellen’s eyes.
Taking notes, and thankful to have discovered this collection, I realize that there were gaps. Missing names and history I had come across in my own research for novel writing. In fact, where was East Asia? Those marvelous tales of China and Japan? Not to mention the women of the American Revolutionary War and my goodness, the publication came out during the American Civil War and its many heroines there!
In an effort to create the ULTIMATE FEMALE WARRIOR collection, I started off remodeling Ellen C. Taylor’s Female Warriors Volumes I & II and from there, I have created my own “Volume III” in honor of the aim her books had started. Unfortunately, I can’t vouch for how accurate Ellen’s information may or may not be. She listed some resources, or in this case, Authorities she consulted. It was a long time ago, and it might be hard to hunt these folks down in present day.

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Ellen C. Taylor created a fascinating collection in 1875. Never before, and hardly after, had there been a collection devoted to sharing the history of female warriors. These were individuals who had left a mark on history, both ancient and present in Ellen’s eyes.Taking notes, and thankful to have discovered this collection, I realize that there were gaps. Missing names and history I had come across in my own research for novel writing. In fact, where was East Asia? Those marvelous tales of China and Japan? Not to mention the women of the American Revolutionary War and my goodness, the publication came out during the American Civil War and its many heroines there!In an effort to create the ULTIMATE FEMALE WARRIOR collection, I started off remodeling Ellen C. Taylor’s Female Warriors Volumes I & II and from there, I have created my own “Volume III” in honor of the aim her books had started. Unfortunately, I can’t vouch for how accurate Ellen’s information may or may not be. She listed some resources, or in this case, Authorities she consulted. It was a long time ago, and it might be hard to hunt these folks down in present day.

TBA