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The legend of Tristan & Isolde

The legend of Tristan & Isolde

King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table; Paintings of the Arthurian legends by Howard David Johnson

King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table; Paintings of the Arthurian legends by Howard David Johnson

Legendary figures of Norse legend, the Valkyrie were the maidens of Valhalla, the legendary hall of Odin. Led by Freyja, they were said to descend to the fields of battle, choosing half of those who had fallen and bringing them to Valhalla where they would become  Einherjar;  immortal warriors, who would fight all day in preparation for the great battles within the events of Ragnorok. There, too, did the Valkyrie serve the Einherjar when they were at rest, bringing them horns of mead a…

Legendary figures of Norse legend, the Valkyrie were the maidens of Valhalla, the legendary hall of Odin. Led by Freyja, they were said to descend to the fields of battle, choosing half of those who had fallen and bringing them to Valhalla where they would become Einherjar; immortal warriors, who would fight all day in preparation for the great battles within the events of Ragnorok. There, too, did the Valkyrie serve the Einherjar when they were at rest, bringing them horns of mead a…

Found on armstreet. com

Found on armstreet. com

The Siege of Paris. The Viking forces were led by a chieftain named "Reginherus", or Ragnar, traditionally identified as the legendary Ragnar Lodbrok. Ragnar's fleet of 120 Viking ships, carrying thousands of men, entered the Seine in March and sailed up the river. The Vikings reached Paris at during Easter. After plundering and occupying the city, the Vikings finally withdrew after receiving a ransom payment of 7,000 French livres (2,570 kilograms or 5,670 pounds) of silver and gold from…

The Siege of Paris. The Viking forces were led by a chieftain named "Reginherus", or Ragnar, traditionally identified as the legendary Ragnar Lodbrok. Ragnar's fleet of 120 Viking ships, carrying thousands of men, entered the Seine in March and sailed up the river. The Vikings reached Paris at during Easter. After plundering and occupying the city, the Vikings finally withdrew after receiving a ransom payment of 7,000 French livres (2,570 kilograms or 5,670 pounds) of silver and gold from…

Tristan & Iseult   “Ni moi sans vous, ni vous sans moi.”  (“Neither me without you, nor you without me.”)

Tristan & Iseult “Ni moi sans vous, ni vous sans moi.” (“Neither me without you, nor you without me.”)

by Waterhouse

by Waterhouse

Tristan and Isolde

Tristan and Isolde

Nimue by Denise Garner. The Lady of the Lake is the name of several related characters who play parts in the Arthurian legend. These characters' roles include giving King Arthur his sword Excalibur, enchanting Merlin, and raising Lancelot after the death of his father. Different writers and copyists give her name variously as Nimue, Viviane and other variations.

Nimue by Denise Garner. The Lady of the Lake is the name of several related characters who play parts in the Arthurian legend. These characters' roles include giving King Arthur his sword Excalibur, enchanting Merlin, and raising Lancelot after the death of his father. Different writers and copyists give her name variously as Nimue, Viviane and other variations.

Tristan and Isolde Postcard (Artist unknown)

Tristan and Isolde Postcard (Artist unknown)

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