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Northern Mythology Comprising the Principal Popular Traditions And Superstitio

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Northern Mythology Comprising the Principal Popular Traditions And Superstitio
Benjamin Thorpe
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Of her son Vali^s birth the Eddas supply no details : it is merely said. She gave birth to him i vestur solum ^ (in the halls of the West), for which a various reading has i vetur solum (in the halls of winter), which suits remarkably well with Rind. In Saxo^ we find the chief features of a myth, which has there assumed an almost historic colouring, but evidently belongs to our category. It is a description of Odin^s love for Rinda, and forms a counterpart to the myths of Ochn and Gunnlod"*, Fr...ey and Gerd^ : — " Ros- tiophus^ Phiuuicus having foretold to Odin, that by Rinda, the daughter of the king of the Rutheni', he would have a son, who should avenge the death of Baldur; Odin, concealing his face with his hat, enters into that king^s senice, and being made general of his army, gains a great victory; and shortly after, by his single arm, puts the whole army of the enemy to flight with immense slaugh- ter. Relying on his achievements, he solicits a kiss from Rinda, in place of which he receives a blow, w^hich does not, however, divert him from his pm-pose.

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