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Hugin & Munin - Favourite Tales from Nordic Mythology
by Agertofts Forlag
Written in English
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Hugin and Munin. A warrior, likely Odin, flanked by two ravens on an Iron Age helmet from what is now Sweden. Hugin and Munin (pronounced “HOO-gin” and “MOO-nin”; Old Norse Huginn and Muninn, the meaning of which will be discussed below) are two ravens in Norse mythology who are helping spirits of the god Odin.
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See all 3 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions/5(40). - Hugin and Munin (pronounced “HOO-gin” and “MOO-nin”; Old Norse Huginn and Muninn, the meaning of which will be discussed below) are two ravens in Norse mythology who are helping spirits of the god Odin.
According to the medieval Icelandic historian Snorri Sturluson, Two ravens sit on his (Odin’s) shoulders and whisper. In this critically-acclaimed account, Guerber does a fabulous job in not only providing the basics of Norse mythology but presenting her readers with real, authentic sources (Eddas) and explaining their meaning and connection either to /5(78).
The Prose Edda by Snorri Sturluson, translated by Jesse L. Byock. The Prose Edda was written in the thirteenth century by the Icelandic scholar Snorri Sturluson, and it’s often considered to be the second most important source for our information on Norse mythology (after the Poetic Edda, #6 above).