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Dunn-Krahn, Sage (en.) b. 13th July 1999
Occupation: Research Assistant


Bifröst (no.) Bifrost (en.) The rainbow bridge that connected Ásgarðr, the city of the gods, and M----.

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Artist Not Known Artist not known for this illustration in Asgard Stories


Óðinn's Self SacrificeThe myth related in Hávamál when Óðinn sacrifices himself to himself by hanging in a tree for nine days and nights in order to gain the knowledge of runes.

Mythological Places

Asgard (en.) Ásgarðr (is.) The city of the gods.


Edwardian (en.)The Edwardian era began with the reign of King Edward VII, 1901 to 1910 (January 22, 1901 - 28 July, 1914). However, the era's end date is sometimes extended to the beginning of World War 1 (28 July 1914).
hrafn (non.) raven (en.)
spjót (non.) spear (en.)
úlfr (non.) wolf (en.)

Source Materials:

Asgard Stories (en.) Children's book by Mabel Cummings and Mary Foster published in 1901.

Source Persons

Cummings, Mabel (en.) Nationality: English
b. 28 Mar 1872
d. 24 August 1962
Occupation: Childrens book writer.
Nationality: American
Mabel Homer Cummings lived in Brookline, Massachusetts, as well as Boston and Cambridge. She was born on the 28th of March, 1872 in Cambridge, and died on the 24th of August, 1962 in Brookline. She lived with her sister, the horticulturalist and ornithologist Emma G. Cummings. She was a school teacher and the headmistress and co-founder of the high school Brimmer and May, where Cummings Hall is named after her. She graduated from Smith College in 1895. She was almost certainly a founding member of the College Club of Boston, the first women’s college club in the United States, and bought the building at 76 Marlborough in 1893.
Foster, Mary (en.) Nationality: American
Occupation: Childrens book writer and schoolteacher.
b. 19 Dec 1848
d. 27 Oct 1914