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" JEsir, at their meetings, to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling darts at him, some stones, while others hewed at him with their swords and battle-axes, for do... "
Northern Antiquities: Or, An Historical Account of the Manners, Customs ... - Side 446
af Paul Henri Mallet - 1847 - 578 sider
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The Age of Fable, Or, Stories of Gods and Heroes

Thomas Bulfinch - 1855 - 485 sider
...other gods, feeling that what Frigga had done was quite sufficient, amused themselves with using Baldur as a mark, some hurling darts at him, some stones,...at him with their swords and battle-axes ; for do what they would none of them could harm him. And this became a favorite pastime with them and was regarded...
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Poems by Matthew Arnold: Early poems, narrative poems and sonnets

Matthew Arnold - 1877
...Balder. When this was done, it became a favourite pastime of the JEsir, at their meetings, to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling...this was regarded by all as a great honour shown to Balder. But when Loki beheld the scene he was sorely vexed that Balder was not hurt. Assuming, therefore,...
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Poems: Early poems, narrative poems, and sonnets

Matthew Arnold - 1877
...Balder. When this was done, it became a favourite pastime of the JEsir, at their meetings, to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling...this was regarded by all as a great honour shown to Balder. But- when Loki beheld the scene he was sorely vexed that Balder was not hurt. Assuming, therefore,...
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1878 - 370 sider
...the jEsir, at their meetings, to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling daris at him, some stones, while others hewed at him with...this was regarded by all as a great honour shown to Balder. But when Loki beheld the scene he was sorely vexed that Balder was not hurt. Assuming, therefore,...
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The Gods and Religions of Ancient and Modern Times ...

De Robigne Mortimer Bennett - 1880
...the world would harm Balder, it became a favorite pastime of the gods at their meetings to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling...hewed at him with their swords and battle-axes, for whatever they did, nothing could harm him, and this was regarded by all as & great honor shown to Balder....
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The Gods and Religions of Ancient and Modern Times ...

De Robigne Mortimer Bennett - 1880
...the world would harm Balder, it became a favorite pastime of the gods at their meetings to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling...darts at him, some stones, while others hewed at him wittt their swords and battle-axes, for whatever they did, not Iii rag could harm him, and this was...
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Poems ...

Matthew Arnold - 1884 - 370 sider
...the jEsir, at their meetings, to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling darls at him, some stones, while others hewed at him with...this was regarded by all as a great honour shown to Balder. But when Loki beheld the scene he was sorely vexed that Balder was not hurt. Assuming, therefore,...
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Early poems, narrative poems and sonnets

Matthew Arnold - 1889
...Balder. When this was done, it became a favourite pastime of the jEsir, at their meetings, to get Balder to stand up and serve them as a mark, some hurling...hewed at him with their swords and battleaxes, for do what they would, none of them could harm him, and this was regarded by all as a great honour shown...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature: Based Chiefly on Bulfinch's "Age of ...

Charles Mills Gayley - 1893 - 540 sider
...other gods, feeling that what Frigga had done was quite sufficient, amused themselves with using Balder as a mark, some hurling darts at him, some stones,...at him with their swords and battle-axes ; for do what they would none of them could harm him. And this became a favorite pastime with them and was regarded...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature

Charles Mills Gayley - 1893 - 539 sider
...other gods, feeling that what Frigga had done was quite sufficient, amused themselves with using Balder as a mark, some hurling darts at him, some stones,...at him with their swords and battle-axes ; for do what they would none of them could harm him. And this became a favorite pastime with them and was regarded...
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