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Issue: 100, 23/09/29 p. 602
Heading: German Superstitions. Popular Superstitions of Catholic Germany
Category: Anthropology   Folklore   Ornithology   
Topic: [Extracts from Busching`s "Folksagen" concerning, for example, the random placement of a huge rock by a giant and connecting the shape of the Crossbill`s beak with an apocryphal crucifixion legend. The Athenaeum suggests these "popular traditions" were still current in 1820]
Person: BUSCHING   
Source: Busching: Folksagen, Leipsig edition, 1820   

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