Myth - Norse Mythology
Myth Monday - A Norse God of Winter
Ullr was a Norse god of winter, also associated with death, the yew tree, and the Northern Lights.
Background information on Norse mythology. This section is on the Aesir and Vanir gods and goddesses.
Why Is Gold Called Sif’s Hair?
A retelling and a passage from the Eddas on the trick Loki played.
Loki - Norse Trickster God
Loki was the trickster god in Norse mythology.
Norse Gods and Goddesses
Information on gods and goddesses of Norse mythology: Balder, Forseti, Freya, Freyr, Frigg, Hod, Loki, Nanna, Njord, Odin, Thor, and Tyr.
Norse Gods and Norse Goddesses
Resources on Norse gods and goddesses.
A quick look at the story of Kvasir as told by Snorri Sturleson.
Glossary entry on Odherir.
Norse Mythology Glossary - Gods, Goddesses in Norse Myth
Glossary of terms and gods and goddesses in Norse mythology.
Edda - Norse Mythology - Eddas
The Eddas are legends from Iceland that contain stories from Norse mythology.
Norse Gods and Heroes - Review
Nicely illustrated book showing the Norse gods and goddesses as well as the stories from Norse mythology.
Odin and the Mead of Poetic Inspiration
Odin was the head of the Norse pantheon and an Aesir god.
Balder - Death of Balder (Baldur)
Balder was the most handsome of the Norse gods. Loki, the most mischievous of the Norse gods, caused Balder to be killed.
Norse Gods - Aesir and Vanir Gods from Norse Mythology - The Norse God
The gods and goddesses of Norse mythology are divided into two groups, the Aesir gods and the Vanir gods. Here are the gods and goddesses in each category.
Norse Mythology - The Gods
The Aesir and Vanir gods of Norse mythology, their home, and the ultimate fate of the world at Ragnarok.
A Viking ship sail covered with Norse genealogy of the gods, from Ymir and the giants to Heimdall and Freya and Freyr.