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maiden in dragonform

Stith Thompson Tale Type index

Maiden in Dragonform can also refer to Snake Maiden transformation narrative or the Anti Aarne Serpent Damsel folktale motif Robert Lambe was a 18th century English Vicar and antiquarian who discovered a manuscript attributed to a Cheviot Hills bard named Duncan Frasier titled The Laidley Worm of Spindlestone Heughs Karen Smith gave a talk at Berkley University in 2000 where she made a case that the European maiden in dragonform folktales have a common ancestor called [Lanzelet ]]a Middle High German minnesang dating from 1194 onwards written by a Swiss bard