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Then Harr answered, and laughed aloud: "Now, that is not wisely asked; has it
not been told thee, that the gods made a bridge from earth to heaven, called
Bifrost? Thou must have seen it; it may be that ye call it 'rainbow.' It is of three
... Draupnir, Dolgthvari, Horr, Hugstari, Hledjolfr, Gloinn; Dori, Ori, Duff, Andvari,
Heptifili, Harr, Sviarr. And these proceed from Svarinshaugr to Aurvangar on
Joruplain, and. 26 PROSE EDDA.
XV. Then said Gangleri : " Where is the chief abode or holy place of the gods?"
Harr answered: "That is at the Ash of Yggdrasill; there the gods must give
judgment every day." Then Gangleri asked : " What is to be said cont cerning that
Harr said : " Good norns and of honorable race appoint good life; but those men
that suffer evil fortunes are governed by evil norns." XVI. Then said Gangleri: "
What more mighty wonders are to be told of the Ash?" Harr replied: "Much is to be
... Gangleri: "Thou knowest many tidings to tell of the heaven. What chief abodes
are there more than at Urdr's Well?" Harr said: "Many places are there, in" and
glorious. That which is called Alfheimr1 is one, 30 PROSE EDDA.
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