Published between 1883 and 1911 by Henniger Frères in Germany and Welter in Paris, the journal Kryptadia comprises twelve volumes. It was born from the meeting, around Eugène Rolland and Henri Gaidoz, of folklorists who wanted to publish, anonymously and without censorship, the texts of “obscene folklore” that they collected.
Kryptadia : recueil de documents pour servir à l’étude des traditions populaires, 1883-1911, 12 volumes. Heilbronn (Germany), Henninger frères.
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The journal was digitized by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF), from the CRBC collection, as part of the BNF/BEROSE convention.