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On one occasion, Thor assumed the appearance of a young boy and lodged for a
night with a giant called Hymir. When Hymir prepared to go fishing the next day,
Thor asked to accompany him. Hymir sneered that he would be useless as he ...
Thor journeyed to visit the giant Hymir especially to obtain a cauldron large
enough ror tke mead at Aegir s leasts and, in a poem of mourning for a drowned
son, the father wishes to avenge himself on Aegir but at the same time refers to
him as ...
... 287 Hwanin 203 Hwanung 202 Hydra 56, 60, 223 Hyel 253 Hymir 123, 129
Hypermnestra 64 Iboniamasiboniamanoro 256 Idunn 124-5 Igbo 254 Igraine 94
Ikonitra 256 Ildanach 80 Illuyanka 26-7 Ilya 112 Ilyap'a 294, 297 Inanna 15, 16,
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This is an old book (1970s) I inherited from my father. It's rather intense so I only refer to it when one of my 'newer' books can't answer one of my questions. My favourite sections would be the one ... Read full review
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