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Pre-Christian Religions of the North: Sources

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[excerpt from] Ǫrv ch. 2b

2b.

Kona er nefnd Heiðr. Hún ...

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Örvar-Odds saga is a fornaldarsögu written in late 13th century. When Örvar-Oddr is an infant it is told by a völva that he will be killed by his own horse. He therefore kills the horse and leaves his home intending never to return.

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(Contributed by Liv Marit Aurdal.)

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Main text: Ǫrvar-Odds saga

Attributes: Magical ritual Chant Magic Seiðr Vǫlva Fate Second sight

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Text sections: Anon Ǫrv 2bVIII

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