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Herne the Hunter

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The late British equivalent of Cernunnos, the horned God of the Wild Hunt (which see, above). He has a particular association in literature, at least, with Windsor Forest. Note also the South Welsh Gwynn.

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5. The Merry Wives of Windsor
Why should Shakespeare drag Herne the Hunter and all that hazy pagan folklore into so casual a comedy as The Merry Wives?
Windsor Castle
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Falstaff and the Culture of the Hunt
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In search of Chilly
The former Larter property has a few foundations left, said Carol Herne, a historical geologist for the BLM. Though the area near Whiskey Springs was never formally homesteaded, the Larter family had a cabin built there as early as 1903.

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Herne the Hunter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In English folklore, Herne the Hunter is a ghost associated with Windsor Forest and Great Park in the English county of Berkshire.
Herne the Hunter
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Berkshire History: Herne the Hunter, Part 1
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The Legend of Herne the Hunter
The Legend of Herne the Hunter.