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New Light on the Myths
The World of the Northern Gods
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Aesir Anglo-Saxon appears Asgard associated Balder batde believed Beowulf burial mound burned called Christian connexion cult dead death deities Denmark dragon early kings earth Edda poems England father fertility figure fire Freyja Freyr Frigg funeral Germanic giant giantess given goddess gods hall hammer heathen period heaven Heimdall hero Hoder horse Hrungnir Iceland idea journey killed land litde Loki magic Mimir monsters mother mythology myths Nerthus Njord Norse northern Norway Odin Odin's Olaf Old English picture poetry poets Prose Edda Ragnarok realm religion resemblance rites sacred sacrifice Saga Saxo Saxo's Scandinavia seems seeress seidr serpent shaman ship slain Sleipnir Snorri spear story survived Sweden sword symbol Tacitus temple tenth century Thor Thor's thunder Tiwaz told tradition translated treasures underworld Valhalla Valkyries Vanir Vgluspd vglva Viking age Volsung warriors weapons wife Wodan women World Tree worshipped Ymir Ynglinga Saga