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Alfred Nutt


Who is Alfred Nutt?

Alfred Nutt: Alfred Trübner Nutt was a British publisher, now best known for his writing as folklorist and Celticist.

  • also known as Alfred Trübner Nutt
  • born on (159 years ago), child of David Nutt
  • nationality: United Kingdom
  • died in (105 years ago)
  • written works: "...Celtic and mediæval romance", "The legends of the Holy Grail", "The critical study of Gaelic literature, indispensable for the history of the Gaelic race", "Influence of Celtic upon mediaeval romance", "Ossian and the Ossianic literature", "Cuchulainn, the Irish Achilles", "Studies on the legend of the Holy Grail", "The fairy mythology of Shakespeare"

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Google previewA Dictionary of British Folklore, 2 (1898)

by George Laurence Gomme

London (Alfred Nutt). Tip-Cat. Strutt says this is so denominated from the piece of wood called a cat, aboutsix inches in length, and an inch and a half or two inches in diameter, diminished from the middle to both ends. When the cat is on the ...

Google previewChambers's encyclopaedia (1901)

a dictionary of universal knowledge by Chambers, David Patrick, William Geddie

Alfred Nutt. Dr John Peile. General James Grant Wilson. Professor A C. Mitchell. Professor James Geikie. Dr Buchan. M. G. Mulhall.

Google previewA Dictionary of Non-Classical Mythology (1988)

by Marian Edwardes

Alfred Nutt, The Voyage of Bran. M. Lefloq, La Mythologie Gauloise. H. Oldenberg, Die Iranischen Religion.

Google previewThe New standard encyclopedia (1907)

by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar

Alfred Nutt says, do we possess a primary form; all the versions that have come down to us presuppose something earlier; all is uncertainty, the order in which the component parts were produced, the sources from which they ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Occultism (2006)

by Lewis Spence

Professor Bergmann and others believed that the Holy Legend originated in the mind of Guyot himself ; but this conclusion was strongly combated by the late Alfred Nutt. There is, however, good reason to believe that the story may have been ...

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