Thor: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Thor is unhappily dressed by the goddess Freyja and her attendants as herself in Ah, what a lovely maid it is! (1902) by Elmer Boyd Smith
  Thor wades through a river while the Æsir ride across the bridge Bifröst (1895) by Lorenz Frølich
  Boniface bears his crucifix after felling Thor's Oak in Bonifacius (1905) by Emil Doepler
  A city limit sign marking Thorsager ("Thor's Acre"), Denmark

Question 2: The Kvinneby amulet is an ________ that includes a runic inscription from around A.D.
AmuletRosaryHoly waterSacramentals

Question 3: Torsted ("Thor Stead"), Jutland, Denmark, part of ________ Kommune.
HorsensKoldingAarhusRanders

Question 4: She waited until Loki left the room, then told Thor what was happening, and gave him her ________ gloves and magical belt and staff.
ChromiumZincIronOxygen

Question 5:
Thor, Zeus and Jupiter (mythology) are all:
Germanic deities Thunder gods %C3%86sir Sons of Odin

Question 6: ________ *thunaraz,[6] "thunder" gave rise to Old Norse Þorr, German Donner, Dutch donder as well as Old English Þunor whence Modern English thunder with epenthetic d.
Germanic languagesGothic languageProto-GermanicOld High German

Question 7: Thorskov ("Thor Forest"), Jutland, Denmark, a small, marked section of forest located directly east of the ________ deer park.
CopenhagenOdenseAarhusAalborg

Question 8: Thor travels in a chariot drawn by ________ Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr, sometimes with his servant and messenger Þjálfi and Þjálfi's sister Röskva.
MilkCattleGoatDomestic sheep

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Thor's Battle Against the Ettins (1872) by Mårten Eskil Winge
  A wood in northwestern Germany
  Thor wades through a river while the Æsir ride across the bridge Bifröst (1895) by Lorenz Frølich
  Lightning strikes in Germany

Question 10: Thor's struggle with the Midgard Serpent as recorded in Hymiskviða can be found depicted on a number of image stones and ________ located in England, Denmark and Sweden respectively.
RunestoneValkyrieNorse paganismYngvi
















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