nonpagan

nonpagan

(ˌnɒnˈpeɪɡən) theol
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a person who is not a pagan
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) that is not pagan
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5) What I am proposing instead is rather that, in the most general sense, the pattern of motifs and sequence of events to be found in the poem, together with its original significance, which may or may not have been any longer well understood by its Anglo-Saxon audience, can be best understood as having been generated at a much earlier time by Germanic, especially Scandinavian, religious and mythic models, to then become the subject of an extended period of increasingly nonpagan oral and at last written transmission.