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Then they shall find in the grass those golden chess-pieces which the iEsir had
had; thus is it said: In the deities' shrines shall dwell Vidarr and Vali, When the
Fire of Surtr is slackened; Modi and Magni shall have Mjollnir At the ceasing of ...
Thus: one should call him Son of Odin and of Jord, Father of Magni and Modi and
Thrudr, Husband of Sif, Stepfather of Ullr, Wielder and Possessor of Mjollnir and
of the Girdle of Strength, and of Bil- skirnir; Defender of Asgard and of Midgard, ...
Did Thor accomplish yet more valorous deeds when he had to do with the trolls?"
And Bragi answered: "It is worthy to be told at length, how Thor went to Geirrodr's
dwelling. At that time he had not the hammer Mjollnir with him, nor his Girdle of ...
Mjollnir, Thor's hammer, 35, 55, 57, 60, 73, 83, 107, 118, 121. Moda, 7. Modgudr,
the maiden who guards Gjoll's Bridge, 73. Modi, a son of Thor, 83, 107. Modnir, a
horse, 211. Modrodnir, a hart, 210. Modsognir, a dwarf, 26. Mann, a serpent, 30 ...
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