Norse mythology - Skirnir and Gerda - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:174978980
Upload date:July 27, 2013


'Vintage engraving from 1882 of a scene from Norse Mythology, Skirnir conjures Gerda to follow him. In Norse mythology, SkA-rnir is the god Freyr's messenger and vassal. In the Poetic Edda poem SkA-rnismA!l, SkA-rnir is sent as a messenger to JAtunheimr to conduct Freyr's wooing of the fair Gerda (GerAr).'
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