See especially: CURTA, F. for the current scholarship and comprehensive bibliography; PAULINY, J. for Arab sources on Slavic Myths; DIXON-KENEDY, M. for encyclopedic information and recent bibliography; and KULIKOWSKI, M. for a comprehensive bibliography of works published before 1989.
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Bradford, P. M., The Early Slavs. London, The British Museum Press, 2001.
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Chernetsov, A.V. [Medieval Russian Pictorial Materials on Paganism and Superstitions.] Slavica Gandensia, 7–8 (1980–81) pp 99–112.
Cross, S. [The Russian Primary Chronicle.] Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature, vol. 12. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1930, pp 75–320.
Cross, S. [The Russian Primary Chronicle: Laurentian Text.] The Medieval Academy of America Publications, no. 60. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1953.
Curta, F. [Making an Early Medieval Ethnie: The Case of the Early Slavs (Sixth to Seventh Century A.D.).] Ph.D. dissertation, Western Michigan University, 1998, 2 vols.
Curtin, J. Myths and Folk-Tales of the Russians, Western Slavs and Magyars. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1890.
Dixon-Kenedey, M. Encyclopedia of Russian and Slavic Myth and Legend. Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1998.