Viking Clothing by Thor Ewing A serious study about the cut and fabrics involved with viking era garments.
Respect the Spindle (a book on using a drop spindle)
Myths and Legends of Japan - Davis
Odysseus Unbound by Bittlestone A big fat book about Homer's Ithaca, and how the author thinks the modern island called Ithaca wasn't Odysseus' home.
The Aegean Bronze Age -Dickenson
Ancient Textiles: Production, Craft and Society ( a very serious book about the archaeology and such of ancient textiles)
Black Thorn, White Rose (modern adult-level fairy tales)
Prehistoric Cooking by Jacqui Wood
The Trojan War by Barry Strauss
British Forts in the Age of Arthur - one of those handy Osprey books
The Celtic Twilight: Faeries and Folklore -Yeats
The Great Fairy Tale Tradition - Ziper
A Celtic Miscellany: Translations from the Celtic Literatures
The Quest of the Holy Grail
Irish Fairy and Folk Tales - Yeats
The Poetic Edda
Norse Mythology - Lindow
Visions of the Cailleach
Trades and crafts in Medieval Manuscripts
Lost Country Life - a book about the old English agricultural year.
A Glastonbury Reader - John Matthews
Scottish Place Names
The Odyssey (Fitzgerald translation)
The complete Bullfinch’s Mythology
The English Housewife - Gervase Markham (this is a reprint of an actual 17th century housekeeping book)
The Uses of Enchantment - by Bethlehem. Another book on folk tale/fairy tales
Concepts of Arthur - Thomas Green
Women's Work - Barber
This, mind you, is the type of stuff I read for fun. And this is just one shelf. I have 8 full bookcases. Now you know why I'm not quite normal....