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Perun (Slavic deity)

LC control no.no2018169492
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationBL935.P47 ICU
Personal name headingPerun (Slavic deity)
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Variant(s)Parom (Slavic deity)
Perom (Slavic deity)
Peron (Slavic deity)
Peroun (Slavic deity)
Perunu (Slavic deity)
Perusan (Slavic deity)
Pi︠a︡run (Slavic deity)
Piorun (Slavic deity)
Pyerun (Slavic deity)
Found inYoffe, M. Perun, 2003: title page (Perun)
Leach, M. Guide to the gods: page 213 (Perun, Perunu: Slavic god of thunder)
Godchecker WWW site, December 10, 2018: Perun page (Perun; Slavic thunder God, also known as Pyerun, Piorun, Perom, Peron, Perusan; also known as Perkunas among Baltic peoples)
Wikipedia, December 10, 2018: Czech Perun page (Perun; Slavic good of storms, thunder, and lightning; analogous to Baltic Perkunas, northern Thor, Roman Mars, Vedic Indra; and probably Gaulic Taranis) Slovak Perún page (Perún; also known as Parom in Slovak; depicted a a man of fierce expression with a bronze beard; sometimes with a silver head and golden beard) Russian Perun page (Perun; Old Russian: Perunʹʹ; Byelorussian: Pi︠a︡run; Polish: Piorun) Ukrainian Perun page (Perun; Old-Russian: Perounʹʹ
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