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"A little, rather 'basic' 'Who is Who' and 'What is What' relating to the gods and giants, etc. of Germanic Mythology."
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In Germanic mythology woman was born from an elm, man from ...?
Who was the Germanic version of the crippled Greek god Hephaistus (Vulcanus for the Romans)?
What weapon was used to kill the God of Beauty and Goodness, Balder?
a mistletoe branch
a poisoned arrow
a spear made from an ashtree
In Valhalla the gods and the bravest among men were waiting for the Great Final War between the forces of Good and Evil, the so-called 'Gotterdammerung'. Who selected the newcomers to the Valhalla?
Freyr and Freya
What was the name of Thor's Hammer?
Who actually killed Balder?
Loki, the evil god of fire
Thor, the god of thunder and lightning
the blind god Hodr
the one-eyed god Odin
Odin had two birds as messengers and reporters of the events in the nine worlds.Their names were Hugin (Thought) and Munin (Memory). What kind of birds were they?
Who among the Germanic gods usually hid part of his face with a large-rimmed hat, had a grey beard, only one eye and rode on an eight-legged horse? He was both 'destroyer and redeemer'.
What was the collective name given to Urd (the Past), Verdandi (the Present)and Skuld (the Future)?
the Weird Sisters
Magic rings play an important role in Germanic Mythology. One of the most famous rings was made from the (stolen) Rhinegold. Who was its maker ?
Fafnir, who later became a dragon
the dwarf Alberich
Sigurd ( called Siegfried in the Nibelungen story)
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Compiled Apr 15 13