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4. Áðr Burs synir bjöðum um ypðu, þeir er Miðgarð mœran skópu; sól skein sunnan á salar steina, þá var grund gróin grœnum lauki. 5. Sól varp sunnan, sinni mána, hendi inni hœgri um himinjódyr; sól þat ne vissi hvar hon sali átti, máni þat ne vissi hvat hann megins átti, stjörnur þat ne vissu hvar þær staði áttu. 6. Þá gengu regin öll á rökstóla, ginnheilug goð, ok um þat gættusk; nátt ok niðjum nöfn um gáfu, morgin hétu ok miðjan dag, undorn ok aptan, árum at telja. 7. Hittusk æsir á Iðavelli, þeir er hörg ok hof hátimbruðu, afla lögðu, auð smíðuðu, tangir skópu ok tól görðu.

7. At Ithavoll met | the mighty gods, Shrines and temples | they timbered high; Forges they set, and | they smithied ore, Tongs they wrought, | and tools they fashioned. 2ND Merseburg Charm Phol ende Uuôdan uuorun zi holza. Dû uuart demo Balderes uolon sîn uuoz birenkit. thû biguol en Sinthgunt, Sunna era suister, thû biguol en Frîia, Uolla era suister; thû biguol en Uuôdan sô hê uuola conda: sôse bênrenkî, sôse bluotrenkî, sôse lidirenkî: bên zi bêna, bluot zi bluoda, lid zi geliden, sôse gelimida sin!

Sur le chemin du ciel“, Bulletin d'Etudes Indiennes 2/1984: 213-279. York, M. „The divine twins in the Celtic pantheon“, JIES 23/1995: 83-112. ABBREVIATIONS OIr. = Old Irish ON = Old Norse TEXTS: PIE = Proto-Indo-European AV = Atharva-Veda Russ. = Russian Barons = Kr. Barons, Latvju dainas, Rīga 1922. Skt. = Sanskrit Il. = Homer, The Iliad Ved. = Vedic KUB = Keilschrifturkunden aus Boghazköy W = Welsh Od. = Homer, The Odyssey RV = Rig-Veda LANGUAGES: Alb. = Albanian Arm. = Armenian Gr. = Greek Goth.

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