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Ragnarok I by `Exileden on deviantART Ragnarok Skoll, Hati, and Fenrir:  The wolves of Ragnarok

Collaboration with - Wolves of Ragnarok. Ragnarok -"Doom of the Gods"- means the end of the cosmos in Norse mythology. There are three wolves. Ragnarok I

Loki - The son of two Jotuns and blood-brother of Odin, Loki represents the ambiguous relationship between the gods and the Jotuns. He is dynamic, unpredictable, and a direct opposition to the fixed order. He is known as the Sly One, the Trickster, and the Shape Changer. However, Loki’s mischievous nature gradually darkens, resulting in the death of Balder. As punishment, he was chained to three large boulders, and a venomous snake was fastened to a rock

FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: LOKI The son of two Jotuns and blood-brother of Odin, Loki represents the ambiguous relationship between the gods and the Jotuns. He is dynamic, unpredictable, and a direct opposition to the fixed order. He is known as the Sly

The Punishment of Loki by Constantin Hansen (1804-1880)

In the series vikings floki gets a similar punishment just as loki got this one. I didn't realize till I had to study norse mythology for school and now I'm obsessed.

Norse mythology - The gifts of the Dwarves<<< that reminds me of the merchant of Venice

Norse mythology - The gifts of the Dwarves

Norse mythology - The gifts of the Dwarves<<< that reminds me of the merchant of Venice

JOHAN EGERKRANS

“Ragnarök” Johan Egerkrans 2016 Illustration from the book by the same artist “Nordiska gudar / Norse Gods”.

Fall Of Gods, A Norse Mythology Picture Book, Looks Terrific

Fall Of Gods, A Norse Mythology Picture Book, Looks Terrific

Sleipner

Sleipnir by SceithAilm. In Norse mythology, Sleipnir is an eight-legged horse, Odin's steed and the child of Loki and Svaðilfari.

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