Henri Gaidoz (1842–1932), was a collector and researcher of materials relating to folklore. His works and expertise was in the fields of philology, Celtic studies, archaeology, religion, and mythology.
In addition to his extensive collection of extracts and other materials, he sought to elevate the fields of folklore and mythology to a level of professionalism; Gaidoz founded two journals, Melusine and Revue Celtique. He opposed many contemporary views, and lampooned the writer Max Müller in an article that proved he 'was a solar myth'.
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