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Davidson, H. R. Ellis (Hilda Roderick Ellis), 1914-2006

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    • Hilda Roderick Ellis
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    • us: Davidson, Hilda R. Ellis, 1914-2006
    • us: Davidson, Hilda Ellis, 1914-2006
    • us: Ellis, Hilda Roderick, 1914-2006
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    • Davidson, Hilda Roderick Ellis, 1914-2006
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    • found: Her The road to ... 1943.
    • found: The Folklore of ghosts, 1981: t.p. (Hilda R. Ellis Davidson)
    • found: History of the Danes, books I-IX, 1998: t.p. (Hilda Ellis Davidson)
    • found: Women and tradition, 2000: CIP t.p. (Hilda Ellis Davidson) data sheet (b. 10-01-14)
    • found: Info. converted from 678, 2012-09-24 (b. 1914; Ph.D.)
    • found: OCLC, Aug. 12, 2013 : (access point: Davidson, H.R. Ellis; Davidson, H. R. Ellis (Hilda Roderick Ellis), 1914-; Davidson, Hilda Ellis; Davidson, Hilda Ellis, 1914-; Davidson, Hilda R. Ellis (Hilda Roderick Ellis), 1914-; Davidson, Hilda Roderick Ellis; usage: H.R. Ellis Davidson; Hilda Ellis Davidson)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 12, 2013 : Hilda Ellis Davidson (Hilda Roderick Ellis Davidson, born Hilda Roderick Ellis, b. Oct. 1, 1914 in Bebington, Wirral, Cheshire; d. Jan. 2006 in Kent; received a First Class Honours degree from Newnham College, Cambridge, in English, Archaeology and Anthropology, and afterward studied pagan Scandinavian religion for her doctorate; an English antiquarian and academic, writing in particular on Germanic paganism and Celtic paganism; she used literary, historical and archaeological evidence to discuss the stories and customs of Northern Europe; "Gods and Myths of Northern Europe" (Penguin Books, 1964) is considered one of the most thorough and reputable sources on Germanic mythology; like many of her publications, it was credited under the name H. R. Ellis Davidson; lecturer at Royal Holloway College from 1939 to 1944; after that at Bir[k]beck College; joined the Folklore Society in 1949; joined the Lucy Cavendish College in Cambridge in 1969 as a Calouste Gulbenkian Research Fellow, appointed as a college lecturer in 1971, an elected fellow in 1974, and Vice-President between 1975 and 1980; fellow of the Society of Antiquaries; president of the Council of the Folklore Society from 1974 to 1976, and served on the council from 1956 to 1986; received the Folklore Society's Coote Lake Medal in 1984, and her 1988 work "Myths and Symbols of Pagan Europe" won the Katharine Briggs Prize the same year) {}
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