The Viking Gods

The Viking Gods
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Price: $31,90
Product ID : GP0203
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The Viking Gods From Snorri Sturluson’s Edda Translated from the original 13th-century text by Jean I. Young PhD With more then 30 colour illustrations Published by Gudrun Publishing The Viking Gods contains excerpts from Snorri Sturluson’s Edda, which was written around 1220. The Vikings believed that Odin and Thor and the other gods were immortal, and history has proven them right. Their names are spoken by millions of people every day, as four days of the week are named after the Viking gods: Tuesday after Tyr; Wednesday after Odin (or Woden); Thursday after Thor and Friday after Frey. The text is simple and clear and this attractive book contains more than 30 line drawings by the renowned 19th-century artist Lorenz Frolich, coloured by Eggert Petursson the winner of the 2006 Carnegie Art Award. Pages 80 Format 115 mm x 198mm Illustrations 32 (Colour)

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