Teutonic & Slavonic Religion

Home page of the current Teutonic order.

Germanic Religion
Encyclopedia entries for aspects of Germanic religion.

Book of Veles
Site about the Book of Veles with extracts in English.

Slavic and Eurasian pantheons
Overview of Slavic and Eurasian gods

Panthéon des dieux slaves
Guides to Slavic and Eurasion mythology.

Slavonic Mythology
Website on Slavonic religion.



Tacitus: Germania

The Prose Edda
Also known as Younger Edda or Snorra Edda. Written by Snorri Sturluson, translation by Rasmus B. Anderson.

The Poetic Edda
Also known as Elder Edda or Sæmundar Edda. Translated by Benjamin Thorpe.

Anskar, the Apostle of the North 
From the Vita Anskarii by bishop Rimbert, translated by Charles H Robinson

Adam of Bremen, History of the Archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen

Norse and Slavic
Ibn Fadlan

Translation of Ibn Fadlan's writing about the Rus by James Montgomery. There is still some controversy about the ethnicity of the Rus with some scholars identifying them as people of Norse decent and others as Russian.

Saxo Grammaticus History of the Danes
The first nine volumes translated into English by Douglas B. Killings and David Widger. These books with Norse mythology.

Saxo Grammaticus Gesta Danorum
All sixteen books in Latin original. Books 10 - 16 deal with medieval history, books 14 - 16 describe Danish conquests on the south shore of the Baltic Sea and include information on Slavic history and paganism.

The Primary Chronicle
Translation by Samuel Hazzard Cross and Olgerd P. Sherbowitz-Wetzor.

Chronica Slavorum
by the priest Helmold. Link to Latin text.

The Life of Otto Apostle of Pomerania
by Ebo and Herbordus, translation by Charles Robinson.