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Еmil Doepler

Emil Doepler "the Younger" – was well known for his depictions of Germanic mythology and also for designing the German coat of arms. He was the son of artist Carl Emil Doepler.

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Waldorf ~ 4th grade ~ Norse Mythology ~ Norns ~ chalkboard drawing

The purpose of this site is to offer support and inspiration to teachers doing chalkboard drawings in the Waldorf classroom.

'He put the cup into Gerda's hand, and bade her look', illustration from 'The Heroes of Asgard, tales from Scandinavian Mythology', by A & E Keary, 1930 (colour litho)

'He put the cup into Gerda's hand, and bade her look', illustration from 'The Heroes of Asgard, tales from Scandinavian Mythology', by A & E Keary, 1930 (colour litho)

falloutshelter7:Freyja ready for battle   by Satanoy Freyja is one of the major goddesses in mythology Norse / Germanic, in the Eddas, Freyja is described as the goddess of love, beauty and fertility. The people invoked for happiness in love, assist in childbirth and to have good seasons

“Freyja ready for battle by Satanoy Freyja is one of the major goddesses in mythology Norse / Germanic, in the Eddas, Freyja is described as the goddess of love, beauty and.

Art Passions Fairy Tales - Fairies and Fairy Tale Art illustrations

Arthur Rackham:Brunhilde, illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie by Richard Wagner, 1910

"The children of LOKI - Hel, the Fenris Wolf and Jormungand. From "The Heroes of Asgard" illustrations by C.E. Brock.

Loki's Children: Fenrir, Jörmangandr, and Hel ~ Artwork © Charles E.

Freya Aswynn, Leaves of Yggdrasil (Aswynn) Randy P. Conner, Blossom of Bone  (HarperCollins) Kevin Crossley-Holland, The Norse Myths (Penguin)

Norse Vanir Goddess Freyja - goddess of love and war and magic; "Chooser of the Slain" and leader of the Valkyries.

Happy Tuesday!!! (Glædelig Tirsdag!!!) Fenrir. Tyr. Bummer.

'At this signal the other Aesir threw the chain round the monster's neck', illustration from 'The Heroes of Asgard, tales from Scandinavian Mythology', by A & E Keary, 1930 (colour litho)

Donar met op de achtergrond bliksem ( bliksemgeesten)

a picture depicting Thor with his chariot. personally i don't think its a very good chariot

past present and future - waldorf tense introduction through the norms from norse mythology

past present and future - waldorf tense introduction through the norns from norse mythology

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