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Norse Myth 'family tree'. Can we all take a minute to appreciate how fucking complicated that is? I pass NO judgement over Marvel for simplifying that shit down.

Norse Myth 'family tree' - love the use of the sail on the Viking long boat.

medievalart:  Viking Settlements in the British Isles

Map : Viking Settlements in the British Isles . - Because Vikings WERE part of British history, along with the Roman Empire.

This is also a great list for dog names.

Names Norse Mythology, also known as the Scandinavian mythology, is a body of myths of the North Germanic people. Norse mythology names are listed here to choose for your newborn.

Note:  This is a map created by Marvel Comics, first seen in Thor

Actually a single multi-continent connected to the Nine Realms.Multi-Dimensional realms separated by astral planes.Skilled magic users can create corridors without using the Bifrost Bridge

The Norse God Family Tree:

The Norse God Family Tree describes the many Gods in Norse mythology and where they rank amongst each other. Some of these will be described in detail and their importance amongst the Norse God Family Tree.

Baldr (also Balder, Baldur) is a god in Norse mythology associated with light, beauty, love and happiness. In the 12th century, Danish accounts by Saxo Grammaticus and other Danish Latin chroniclers recorded a euhemerized account of his story. Compiled in Iceland in the 13th century, but based on much older Old Norse poetry, the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda contain numerous references to the death of Baldr as both a great tragedy to the AEsir and a harbinger of Ragnarok.

'Each arrow overshot his head' by Elmer Boyd Smith, depicting the blind god Höðr shooting his brother, the god Baldr, with a mistletoe arrow.

Norse Tree of life. Represents hierarchy of Norse Gods in Valhalla

Community Post: Gods And Mythology Of Vikings.

Gods And Mythology Of Vikings

This shows how the Vikings viewed their Gods and their ideas of Heaven and Hell. The Vikings believed that they would one day join their Gods in Valhalla, much as the Christians believed they would join Jesus and God in Heaven.