Mmoires de la Socit royale des antiquaires du Nord

Au Secrtariat de la Socit, 1889
 

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12 - CANST thou draw out leviathan with an hook? or his tongue with a cord which thou lettest down? Canst thou put an hook into his nose? or bore his jaw through with a thorn?
303 - And every one that hath forsaken houses, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my name's sake, shall receive an hundredfold, and shall inherit everlasting life.
190 - WORSAAE (JJA) INDUSTRIAL ARTS OF DENMARK, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE DANISH CONQUEST OF ENGLAND.
12 - I raised my eyes to the curtains surrounding our bed, and to my indescribable emotion saw two large holes cut, the one at the head, and the other at the foot of the place where my dear husband had been sleeping.
27 - as is reported, a fellow column at about 7 feet distance, with an horizontal stone between the two on which was rudely cut the figure of a large and antique sword. This stone has been taken away within memory, and the cross which crowned the two columns (evidently a misprint for ^second column) after that column was cruelly cut down and converted into a style for a sundial, was put into the par son's garden at Gosforth and there remains.
8 - Vol. 3 of my Old-Northern Runic Monuments, was publisht in the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (Vol.5, Part 1, Kendal 1881).
314 - Greenland, which gives him occasion to remark, that the colonists (AD 985) found in Greenland traces of human habitations, fragments of boats, and stone implements, so from this one might conclude that people of the kind formerly inhabiting Vineland, and known among the Greenlanders as Skraelings, must have passed there...
31 - I'orr wrath, and he took on him his Asmight [= God-strength], and so spurned against (the worm), that he dashed both his feet through the ship and spurned the ground , and then drew the worm up on board. And it may be said, that no one hath seen ugly sights who might not see that, when I'orr whet his eyes on the worm , but the worm stared at him from beneath and blew venom.
346 - There are Firre and Spruce trees, sound, good, and fit to mast Ships withall; and as commodious for boords and buildings as the Spruce and Firre trees of Norway; and out of these came abundance of Turpentine. No...
30 - ... for this? Made answer Har: It is not unknown, though no wise men tell thereof, how Thor made amends for the journey that has now been spoken of. He did not remain long at home, before he busked himself so suddenly for a new journey, that he took neither chariot, nor goats nor any companions with him. He went out of Midgard in the guise of a young man, and came in the evening to a giant by name Hymer.* Thor tarried there as a guest through the night.