Talk:Prussian mythology

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Probably, it will be good to add more pictures to the article. The author can make it herself. Denis Tarasov (talk)

Could anyone interested in the subject see how reliable source to the topic is MARCIN MURINUS' [Prussian Masters' Chronicle], published in 1582 in TORUN, and containing an introduction on the ancient beliefs of the Prussian people? It would probably take somebody fluent in Polish language since the book is unlikely to be available in translations.Palinin (talk) 19:15, 24 January 2011 (UTC)