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According and Snorri
According to Gylfaginning, a book of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, Baldr's wife is Nanna and their son is Forseti.
According to Snorri Sturluson in the Prose Edda, Forseti is the son of Baldr and Nanna.
According to the Ragnarök prophecies in Snorri Sturluson's Gylfaginning, the first part of his Prose Edda, the sons of Muspell will break the Bifröst bridge, signaling the end of times:
According to Snorri Sturluson's interpretation of the Völuspá, the three most important norns, Urðr ( Wyrd ), Verðandi and Skuld come out from a hall standing at the Well of Urðr ( well of fate ) and they draw water from the well and take sand that lies around it, which they pour over Yggdrasill so that its branches will not rot.
According to Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda book Skáldskaparmál, in his retelling of the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna, she is married to Ægir and they have nine daughters together.
According to Snorri Sturluson, before the battle a man bravely rode up to Harald Hardrada and Tostig and offered Tostig his earldom if he would but turn on Harald Hardrada.
According to a legend recorded by Snorri Sturluson, in the Heimskringla, the late 9th-century Värmlandish chieftain Áki invited both the Norwegian king Harald Fairhair and the Swedish king Eric Eymundsson, but had the Norwegian king stay in the newly constructed and sumptuous one, because he was the youngest one of the kings and the one who had the greatest prospects.
According to the Gylfaginning part of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, Níðhöggr is a being which gnaws one of the three roots of Yggdrasill.
According to the Gylfaginning section of the Prose Edda by Snorri Sturluson, Bergelmir and his wife alone among the giants were the only survivors of the enormous deluge of blood which flowed from Ymir's wounds when he was killed by Odin and his brothers Vili and Ve.
According to Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, she was Thor's lover.
According to Snorri Sturluson, Tønsberg was founded before the Battle of Hafrsfjord, which, according to Snorri, took place in 871.
According to Snorri Sturluson, in his Heimskringla, King Magnus, son of King Harald Sigurtharson, who was the half brother of Saint King Olaf Haraldsson, died from ergotism shortly after the Battle of Hastings.
According to Snorri, the Norse historian, Connor, King of Ireland, defeated the raiding Orkney Vikings at Ulfreksfjord in 1018.
According to Snorri Sturluson, the dynasty led the settlement of the Swedish provinces and established themselves as the kings of its provinces, accepting the overlordship of the Swedish king at Uppsala, until the dynasty all but exterminated itself with Ingjald Ill-Ruler and his downfall.
According to Snorri Sturluson the king wanted the Norwegians to accept the sons of Eric Bloodaxe to succeed him as king and thus end the war.
According to Snorri Vegdeg ruled East Saxony.
According to Snorri, Olaf received three severe wounds — in the knee, in the neck, and leaning against a large stone the final mortal spear thrust up under his mail shirt and into his belly.
According to Snorri, even nature lent a hand, as the day of the battle coincided with a nearly full solar eclipse, as reflected in the description of an ill-fated ' blooded red sun ', which was interpreted as a certain omen of bad things to come.
According to Snorri, Gudrød was called both " the Magnificent " and " the Hunter ", while Ynglingatal only refers to him as " the Magnificent ".
According to Snorri Sturluson, he was the father of Sigrid the Haughty.
According to Snorri, Ragnvald was the son of jarl Ulf Tostesson and Ingeborg and the foster-son of Þorgnýr the Lawspeaker.
According to Snorri Sturluson in the Heimskringla it was the location of Uppsala and the Thing of all Swedes, where every year there were great blóts which were attended by many kings.
According to Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, axes were often named after she-trolls.

According and Sturluson's
According to Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda and Heimskringla, Ásaland corresponds to Asia and is the origin for the Æsir emperors that conquered regions and territories and finally settled down in Northern Europe and brought law and order.
According to the Gylfaginning section of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, Nótt is the daughter of the jötunn " Nörfi or Narfi ".

According and Heimskringla
According to Heimskringla and Egils saga, Eric spent much of his childhood in fosterage with the hersir Thórir son of Hróald.
According to Heimskringla, Harald had appointed his sons as client kings over the various districts of the kingdom, and intended Eric, his favourite son, to inherit the throne after his death.
According to Heimskringla and Fagsrkinna, Halfdan was the son of the Yngling King Gudrød the Hunter.
According to Heimskringla, Halfdan's second wife was also named Ragnhild.
According to the Prose Edda, Kvasir was instrumental in the capture and binding of Loki, and an euhemerized account of the god appears in Heimskringla, where he is attested as the wisest among the Vanir.
According to the Heimskringla, "( When ) King Olaf Tryggvason came to Ringerike to spread Christianity, Sigurd Syr and his wife allowed themselves to be baptized ".
According to the Heimskringla, Magnus had his longship dragged across the isthmus north of Kintyre in 1093 as part of his campaign.
According to Heimskringla, the 11th Century Norse-Gael ruler Echmarcach mac Ragnaill plundered in Wales with his friend, the viking Guttorm Gunnhildsson.
According to Heimskringla, Sigvaldi sailed from Wendland with Olaf and a fleet of Wendish ships and led him into the ambush.
According to the Heimskringla and the Hervarar saga, Ivar was also the king of Norway, Denmark, Saxony and parts of England.
According to the sagas Morkinskinna and Heimskringla, Inge ’ s infirmity stemmed from having been carried into battle by one of his guardians during a battle in 1137: “... his back was knotted into a hump, and the one foot was shorter than the other ; and he was besides so infirm that he could scarcely walk as long as he lived .” s: Heimskringla / Saga of Sigurd, Inge, and Eystein, the Sons of Harald # Of Sigurd Slembidjakn.
According to the Heimskringla, a battle took place in Oddasund between the Swedish king Jorund and a Norwegian pirate from Hålogaland.
According to the Heimskringla, he had no sons, but the legends of Helgi Hundingsbane relate that he had the sons Hothbrodd, Gudmund and Starkad who were slain by Helgi.
According to Heimskringla, the local population of the area started worshipping Eystein as a saint.
According to Heimskringla one hundred Vikings were adorned “ in coats of ring-mail, and in foreign helmets ” at the Battle of Nesjar.
According to the Norse Heimskringla and Orkneyinga sagas, Rögnvald had little regard for his youngest son Einarr because Einarr's mother was a slave.
According to Heimskringla, Eric, apparently reconciled with his father, commanded 60 ships in the battle and emerged victorious.
According to the Heimskringla, Tryggve performed Viking expeditions in Ireland and Scotland.
According to Heimskringla Sigurd Syr was a prudent man, taciturn and generally modest, although very wealthy.

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