A map of some of the Danish place names with connections to the Norse gods,on display in an exhibition on legacy at Kongernes Jelling (Royal Jelling) Experience Centre.See theirwebsitefor more information.
A poster with some of the modern Danish names with roots in the names of Norse gods and goddesses, on display in an exhibition on legacy at Kongernes Jelling (Royal Jelling) Experience Centre.See theirwebsitefor more information.
An edition and translation of the skaldic poemHúsdrápa ('Eulogy on the House') by the poetÚlfr Uggason (early 990s). The edition and translation is excerpted fromThe Longman Anthology of Old English, Old Icelandic, and…
The coat of arms of Torsås kommun in Kalmar län, Sweden is a red Thor's hammer on a yellow background. The name of the Municipality means 'Thor's ridge'. Thor is a common element in placenames across the Norse world.
A photograph of an installation on the Norse gods and goddesses and pagan worship in Dublinia, one of many in the Viking section of the center. For more information, and to plan your visit, see http://www.dublinia.ie/
MS Sigyn was a Swedish ship that transported spent nuclear waste from Swedish nuclear power plants. She was named for Loki's wife, who held a bowl over his face to catch venom that was dripping onto it while he was chained up as punishment.