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Skaði: Quiz


Question 1: Þjazi's daughter, Skaði, took a helmet, a coat of mail, and "all weapons of war" and traveled to ________, the home of the gods.

Question 2: [23] ________ depictions of both the god Ullr (1928) and Skaði (1929) appear on covers of the Swedish ski annual På Skidor, both skiing and wielding bows.
Art NouveauDe StijlArt DecoBrutalist architecture

Question 3: Another man, Sigi—a ________—went hunting one winter with the thrall Breði.
EinherjarSons of OdinHermóðrHuginn and Muninn

Question 4: Lee Hollander explains that "bones-of-the-sea" is a ________ for "rocks," and opines that this defective stanza undoubtedly referred to Skaði as a "dweller of the rocks" in connection with her association with mountains and skiing.

Question 5: Two stanzas are presented by the ________ Eyvindr skáldaspillir in reference.

Question 6: In connection, Dumézil points to a parallel in Ériu, a goddess personifying ________ that appears in some Irish texts, whose name he says comes from Ireland rather than the other way around.
IrelandNorthern IrelandIrish peopleWales

Question 7: In both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda, Skaði is responsible for placing the serpent that drips venom on to the bound ________.

Question 8: To do so, Loki tied one end of a cord around the beard of a nanny goat and the other end around his ________.
TesticleReproductive systemProstatePenis

Question 9: In Heimskringla, Skaði is described as having split up with Njörðr and as later having married the god ________, and that the two produced many children together.
ThorNorse mythologySleipnirOdin

Question 10: Place names refer to Skaði in ________, particularly in Sweden.
Nordic countriesDenmarkScandinaviaDenmark–Norway

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