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According to the Prose Edda and the Poetic Edda, the goddess Frigg made everything in existence swear never to harm Baldr, except for the mistletoe which she found too young to demand an oath from.
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According to Norse mythology as contained in the thirteenth-century Icelandic work Prose Edda, the lake was created by the goddess Gefjon when she tricked Gylfi, the Swedish king of Gylfaginning.
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 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 the Poetic Edda and Prose Edda, at one stage the gods decided to shackle the Fenris wolf ( Fenrir ), but the beast broke every chain they put upon him.
According to the Prose version of Ragnarok, Tyr is destined to kill and be killed by Garm, the guard dog of Hel.
According to the Prose Edda, the water of this well is so pure and holy that all things that touch it turn white, including this original pair of swans and all others descended from them.
According to the Prose Edda, these warriors settled in northern Europe, where they were accepted as divine kings because of their superior culture and technology.
According to chapter 51 of the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning, Odin will ride in front of the Einherjar while advancing on to the battle field at Ragnarök wearing a gold helmet, an impressive cloak of mail and carrying Gungnir.
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 Prose Edda, after Ymir was formed from the elemental drops, so too was Auðumbla, a primeval cow, whose milk Ymir fed from.
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According to the Eddic poem Hymiskviða she is the mother of Týr, the poem suggests by Hymir, but the later Prose Edda states that Óðinn is his father.
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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 Prose Edda, Loki is Laufey's or Nál's son by the giant Fárbauti, and has the brothers Býleistr and Helblindi:
According to the Prose Edda book Skáldskaparmál, Hlér is another name for the sea jötunn Ægir who, according to the same book, there held feasts for the gods.
According and Poetic
According to the Poetic Edda poem Hyndluljóð, Járnsaxa is the name of one of the Nine Mothers of Heimdallr.
According to The Poetic Records of Emperors and Kings ( Jewangun-gi ), written during the Goryeo Dynasty, the first mention of the drink was in the founding story of the Goguryeo during the reign of King Dongmyeong.
According to stanzas 96-102 of the poem Hávamál from the Poetic Edda, Odin was told by the maiden to meet her after nightfall when it would be safest and she would give herself to him, but when Odin returned he found the path blocked by warriors with swords and burning torches.
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According to the Poetic Edda and the Völsunga saga, Sigurd accidentally tasted dragon blood while roasting the heart of Fafnir.
According and goddess
According to this interpretation, the name is from aphrós " foam " and déatai " seems " or " shines " ( infinitive form * déasthai ), meaning " she who shines from the foam ", a byname of the dawn goddess ( Eos ).
According to the standard modern text on the work, Lamar Ronald Lacey's The Myth of Aktaion: Literary and Iconographic Studies, the most likely original version of the myth is that Actaeon was the hunting companion of the goddess who, seeing her naked in her sacred spring, attempts to force himself on her.
According to Hyginus Artemis once loved Orion ( in spite of the late source, this version appears to be a rare remnant of her as the pre-Olympian goddess, who took consorts, as Eos did ), but was tricked into killing him by her brother Apollo, who was " protective " of his sister's maidenhood.
According to the New American Bible, the image in Revelation 12: 1-6 of a pregnant woman in the sky, threatened by a dragon, " corresponds to a widespread myth throughout the ancient world that a goddess pregnant with a savior was pursued by a horrible monster ; by miraculous intervention, she bore a son who then killed the monster ".
According to Suetonius, Domitian worshipped Minerva as his protector goddess with superstitious veneration.
* According to John Robison's Proofs of a Conspiracy ( 1798 ), the third degree of the Bavarian Illuminati was called Minerval or Brother of Minerva, in honor of the goddess of learning.
According to this theory, the name of Parthenon means the " temple of the virgin goddess " and refers to the cult of Athena Parthenos that was associated with the temple.
According to legend, it was draped around the Greek goddess Aphrodite when she rose from the sea, born of Ouranos's semen.
According to some versions of the legend, the hunting goddess Artemis replaced her at the very last moment with a deer on the altar, and took Iphigenia to Tauris ( See Iphigenia en Tauris by Euripides ).
According to Josephus, Caligula donned female garb and took part in the mysteries he instituted, and in the Hellenistic age Isis acquired a " new rank as a leading goddess of the Mediterranean world.
According to Ovid, the goddess was so envious of the magnificent tapestry and the mortal weaver's success, and perhaps offended by the girl's choice of subjects ( the loves and transgressions of the gods ), that she destroyed the tapestry and loom and slashed the girl's face.
According to inscriptions, there was a temple of Jupiter, a temple of Apollo Augustus and an altar to the goddess of horses Epona, who was popular in the Roman military and of Celtic origin.
According to the story in the inscription, Balaam wakes up weeping and tells his people that the gods appeared to him in the night telling him about a goddess threatening to destroy the land.
According to another version, the goddess fled to Ortygia, where she had likewise a temple under the name of Alphaea.
According to Nonnus, Ampelos was gored to death by a wild bull after he mocked the goddess Selene, a scene described as follows:
According to Greek mythology, she is the daughter of Zeus, the King of the Gods, and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory.
Children: According to Pherecydes, Aristaeus fathered Hecate, goddess of witchcraft, crossroads and the night.
According to the earliest versions he did so, but other sources claim that Iphigenia was taken by Artemis to Tauris in Crimea to prepare others for sacrifice, and that the goddess left a deer or a goat ( the god Pan transformed ) in her place.
According to the Spartans, however, the image of Artemis was transported by them to Laconia, where the goddess was worshipped as Artemis Orthia.
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