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Transcript of Norse Mythology
By David Kohler Viking/Norse Mythology
by David Kohler Yggdrasil Asgard Valhalla Alfheim Vanaheim Midgard Nidavellir Jotunheim Svartalfheim Muspelheim Niflheim Helheim The Gods Odin Thor Thor is the god of thunder and lightning. He is the most powerful of the gods and he is the most well-known son of Odin. Frigg is the wife of Odin and the patron of marriage and motherhood. She is also the goddess of love and fertility. Freyja, or Freya, is known as the main love and fertility goddess in Norse Mythology. Tyr is the god of law, justice, the sky, and war. Loki is the son of giants, but is still regarded as part of the Aesir. He is known as the trickster god. Frigg Freyja Tyr Loki What is Norse Mythology? Norse Mythology, also known as Norse Paganism, was the religion of the vikings in Europe centuries ago. Norse Mythology As A Religion Norse Paganism was not as organized as Christianity or Islam were at the time; it was made up of many small things pieced together, such as the ideas of multiple worlds and ruling gods and goddesses. Norse Mythology Today Surprisingly, the Norse paganism still exists as a religion today. It is known as Ásatrú and was revived in the late 20th century. Bibliography http://lib.lbcc.edu/handouts/images/Vikings/vikings3.jpg
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