Slavic Myths Myths and Folktales Literature
Story of a time when woman-rule by three wise sisters was questioned by their people, causing the sisters to turn power over to a mysterious peasant who became Princess Libushe's husband.
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- Russian Folklore - Extensive listing of websites that feature such legends as the slavic firebird, the Baba Yaga, byliny, skazki, and more, from the slavic University of Alabama\'s Russian Folklore department.
- Mythology's Mything Links: Pan Slavic Traditions & Beliefs - Focusing on the polarities and depth of Slavic myths mythology. Provides myths and folktales artwork and descriptive links.
- Dazhdbog in Russian Mythology - Explains the relationships of Russian deities and includes history of myths and folktales mythological words and names.
- The Princess Libushe: A Czech Legend - Story of a time when woman-rule by three wise sisters slavic was questioned by their people, causing the sisters to turn slavic power over to a mysterious peasant who became Princess Libushe\'s slavic husband.
- Songs of the Russian People - Study of folksongs and the ancient traditions reflected therein.
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