Mity skandynawskie by Rafal Maciszewski, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 2 Maciszewski, Rafał. Mity skandynawskie. Warszawa: DiG, Print. p. 3 Grzędowicz, Jarosław. Pan Lodowego Ogrodu, t. 1. Lublin: Fabryka Słów. , McKinnell , Nӓsstrӧm , Maciszewski , Wydawnictwo Naukowe Maciszewski, Rafał () Mity Skandynawskie.

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Archaeological and historic sources suggest similarities in presenting the universe in sacred spaces, sacred objects and mythology of the heathen Slavs and Norse. Use of utilitarian objects in rituals illustrates that the material culture itself does not necessarily carry any symbolic connotations and it is rather the context in which it is used that can associate it with religious beliefs and ritual practice.

The following chapters will focus on the review of studies of the Old Norse and the Slavic beliefs. Due to the brain damage this illness causes, a new entity comes into being: The stone shows different things including warriors and a longship, as well as a man hanging from a tree and a person held down by a man with a spear are shown on the stone.

The preliminary research for my dissertation started before maciiszewski summer Search our site Go back Return to our Homepage View sitemap. Their cosmological beliefs seemed to be rather fluid and a homogenized picture of the universe structure could not be provided.

Evidence for interaction between the Norse and Slavs Different archaeological examples as well as examples from written sources were chosen as case studies to present the way in which the structure of the universe was understood by the Slavs and the Norse. It creates the axis of the universe in the Old Norse cosmology. It might even seem that the Slavs had a less developed mythology than their northern or western neighbours.


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This legacy has earned the admiration of the groups nity in a manner few business houses can even hope to match. At the same time archaeologists should not aim at creating one static image of cosmology. On their sprawling new LP, the beloved prog-metal brainiacs evoke an ancient madness predating humanity itself.

Part of the Oseberg tapestry Figure 2 is also thought to contain a scene of human sacrifice by hanging Abram One figure holds a horn, the other jity bowl or a ring, the third figure is portrayed with a sabre and a horse Figure 7. Routledge Dolukhanov, Pavel M.

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One of the first historic sources which mention Slavs, stated that they worshipped thunder god, other minor deities, nymphs, demons, rivers and sacred groves Leciejewicz, Also islands themselves find their place in the beliefs of the Slavs.

There are also archaeological examples of sacrifice of humans and animals by hanging. Trees on which people and animals were sacrificed were most skandynawkie representing Yggdrasill.


These mounds were usually associated with the political power, and as sacred centres of the world were often associated with creation myths. The hero warrior, Vuko Drakkainen, is endowed with features that make him fit to complete a Mission, but also – to ascend the pantheon of heroes.

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In the beginning Truso was only a seasonal trading place. Odin had two ravens, Thought and Memory, who told him of what was going on in the world. Archaeologists usually recognise sacrificial burial deposits through their unusual characteristics. Here, the regulations on immigrants allow the eponymous nity to get a job as a toilet cleaner at a coach station.


In Southern Poland, an example of such a power centre is Macuszewski Hill in Cracow, which according to local folklore was associated with a legend of the town foundation. All sources of information have been specifically acknowledged.

Statue of Trigelav stood in one of the heathen temples in Stettin.