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Similarities and Differences Between Norse and Greek Mytholo

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madeline petersman

on 1 February 2016

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Transcript of Similarities and Differences Between Norse and Greek Mytholo

Greek and Norse mythology have many similarities and differences. I am going to list some of both for you.
Norse Mythology
Odin is the king of the gods. He is also known as All-father.

The gods or Aesir live in Asgard.

The Norse believe that the world will eventually end. They call this Ragnorok.

Yggdrasil, the world tree, runs through all of the worlds.

The nine worlds in Norse mythology are, Gimle, high heaven, Asgard, world of the Aesir gods, Alf Heim, world of the elves, Vana Heim, world of the Vanir gods, Jotun Heim, world of the giants and trolls, Midgard, the Earth, Darkalf Heim, world of the gnomes, Muspel Heim, world of fire, and Hel and Nifl Heim, the underworld.
This is a picture of Odin
Greek Mythology
Zeus is the king of the gods. Zeus's Roman name is Jupiter.

The world was created from chaos.

The gods or Olympians live on Mt. Olympus.

Mother Earth gave birth to every living thing.
Similarities and Differences Between Norse and Greek Mythology
This is a picture of Zeus
Similarities between Greek and Norse Mythology
Both Greek and Norse people worship powerful beings.

Both are ancient mythologies.

Both Greek and Norse mythologies are polytheistic.

Both have one god that rules all of the other gods.
By Maddie Petersman
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