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 No.14053

this board seems dead but I wanted an infographic on books pertaining to Eastern European and Central Asian Religious beliefs particularly non-Abrahamic ones

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 No.14056

bump

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 No.14057

>>14053

Medieval Russia's Epics, Chronicles, and Tales is the only book that comes to my mind.

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 No.14059

>>14053

There's not really anything like the Bible from that region, to my knowledge. The best you're going to get is things like folktales and epic poems. The Epic of King Gesar was a really big deal in that part of the world, but every country has their own version of the story.

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 No.14084

>>14059

wrong mah nigga

>>14053

here we go:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veda_Slovena

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book_of_Veles

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nart_saga

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tale_of_Igor%27s_Campaign

if you're interested in indoeuropean religion/culture, i suggest you do some research on kalash-people, heinrich zimmer, rig veda, homer/hesiod (duh) … interesting was the moment after patroclos dies right the greek warriors cut off some hair of theirs to show their mourning, there was a similar thing in a byelorussian film about WW2 with the hair part compare it to the tenethos/hypnos story from greek mythology…. theres also an encyclopedia of indoeuropean culture if you search for it in the internet … encyclopedia iranica is somewhat nice too.. it depends if you re rather into primary or secondary sources m8

ps

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dionysiaca I don't know if its helpful but still

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 No.16576

The icelandic sagas seem's to be the largest source.

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 No.16584

>>14053

Check out the Kolbrin

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