Teutonic Mythology

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S. Sonnenschein & Company, 1891 - 706 من الصفحات
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The Troy Saga in Heimskringla and the Prose Edda continued
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Saxos Relation of the Story of Troy
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The Older Periods of the Troy Saga
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The Origin of the Story in regard to the Trojan Descent of the Franks
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Why Odin was given Antenors Place as Leader of the Trojan Emigration
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The Materials of the Icelandic Troy Saga
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The Result of the Foregoing Investigations
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Alamannic Migration Saga
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The Creation of Man The Primeval Country Scef the Bringer
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Scef the Author of Culture identical with HeimdalRig
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BorgarSkjolds Son Halfdan the Third Patriarch
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The Sacred Runes learned from Heimdal
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28B Loke causes Enmity between the Gods and the Original Artists the
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Evidence that Halfdan is identical with Helge Hundingsbane
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Halfdans Character The Weaponmyth
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Review of the Svipdagmyth and its Points of Connection with
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GullveigHeiðr Her Identity with Aurboða Angerboða Hyrrokin
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The World War continued
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The World War continued Haddings Journey to the East
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Evidence that Dieterich of Bern is Hadding The Dieterich
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Middle Age Sagas continued Fjallerus and Hadingus Hadding
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Middle Age Sagas continued A Frisian Saga in Adam of Bremen
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Analysis of the Sagas mentioned in Nos 4448 The Question
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Mimers Grove Lif and Leifthraser
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At what Time did Lif and Leifthraser get their Place of Refuge
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II
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The Iranian Myth concerning Mimers Grove
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The Purpose of Mimers Grove in the Regeneration of the World
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The Word Hel in Linguistic Usage
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The Word Hel in Grimnersmal Hvergelmers Fountain and
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الصفحة 13 - Butlzac, a territory of European Turkey, on the NW coast of the Black Sea, between the mouth of the Danube and the Dniester. On the banks of the last river the Tartar inhabitants rove from place to place. Their common food is the flesh of oxen and horses, cheese, and mares
الصفحة 405 - More understandable also becomes another epithet of Heimdal, namely, Vindler, of which Rydberg states (p. 595): "The name is a subform of vindill and comes from vinda, to twist or turn, wind, to turn anything around rapidly. As the epithet 'the turner...
الصفحة 395 - ... Mill. Rydberg writes in this regard : Of the mill it is said that it is dangerous to men, dangerous to fleets and to crews, and that it causes the maelstrom (svelgr) when the water of the ocean rushes down through the eye of the mill-stone. The same was said of Hvergelmer, that causes ebb and flow and maelstrom, when the water of the world alternately flows into and out of this great source. To judge from all this, the mill has been conceived as so made that its foundation timbers stood on solid...
الصفحة 41 - Antenor potuit mediis elapsus Achivis Illyricos penetrare sinus atque intima tutus regna Liburnorum et fontem superare Timavi, unde per ora novem vasto cum murmure montis 245 it mare proruptum et pelago premit arva sonanti. Hie tamen ille urbem Patavi sedesque locavit Teucrorum...
الصفحة 671 - Asgard, and by Thjasse-Volund's daughter, Skade, when she demanded from the gods a ransom for the slaying of her father, then we find here no less than four descendants of Ivalde who have travelled over the Milky Way to Asgard ; and as Volund's father among his numerous names also bore that of Vate, Vade (see Vilkinasaga), then this explains how the Milky Way came to be called Watling Street in the Old English literature.* In the mythology there was a circle of a few individuals who were celebrated...
الصفحة 475 - defenders," and the protection here referred to can be none other than that given to the journeying divinities of light when they have reached the western horizon. According to Helge Hjorvardson's saga, Hate, who pursues the moon, is slain near Varin's Bay. Varinn, the " defender," " protector," is the singular form of the same word as reappears in the genitive plural Varna.
الصفحة 287 - ... tunnel, which led down to the "kettle-roarer," "the one roaring in his basin" (hverr = kettle; galm = Anglo-Saxon gealm = a roaring). When the waters of the ocean poured through this tunnel down into the Hades-well there was ebb-tide, when it returned water from its superabundance then was flood-tide. Between the death-kingdom and the ocean there was, therefore, one connecting link, perhaps several. Most of the people who drowned did not remain with Ran. Aegir's wife, Ran, received them hospitably,...
الصفحة 405 - Vata) — belongs to the ancient Aryan age, and retained, even to the decay of the Teutonic heathendom his ancient character as the personal representative of the sacred fire, the fire produced by friction, and, in this connection, as the representative of the oldest culture connected with the introduction of fire. This also explains Heimdal's epithet Vindler. in Cod.
الصفحة 395 - Snaebjorn means when he says that Eylud's1 nine women turn the Grotte ' along the edge of the earth ' ".2 The whirlpool — the water spiral — was, as has been indicated, connected with the World Mill. Rydberg writes in this regard : Of the mill it is said that it is dangerous to men, dangerous to fleets and to crews, and that it causes the maelstrom (svelgr) when the water of the ocean rushes down through the eye of the mill-stone. The same was said of Hvergelmer, that causes ebb and flow and...

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