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While Thor is the strongest of the Gods, he is not the smartest or the wisest of the Gods, and many giants tease or fool him as much as they can.
The Giants really love to make fun of him and because Thor is very ill-tempered it immediately makes him furious, it often results in Thor grabbing his hammer Mjölnir it hit them over the head, When Thor is enraged, it makes loud noises with sparks and lightning.
This makes the giants crumble in fear and sends chills down their spines. Thor loves to fight the giants, and with his hammer Mjölnir, he always has the upper hand.
Therefore, if you wanted to look at Thor as a Greek god , you would look at the Greek god, Zeus. Thor and Zeus are both powerful gods, making them extremely similar.
In Greek mythology, Zeus is also called the god of thunder, but he encompasses many more responsibilities and powers.
Zeus is the god of the sky , which includes thunder, lightning, rain, and weather, but more than that, he is the king of the gods. Unlike Thor, who would commonly react with great impulsive violence, Zeus possessed more wisdom, discern, fairness, and justice.
Thor cannot throw lightning bolts and thunderbolts the way Zeus can; however, Thor possesses his magical hammer Mjollnir which can produce the same result as the thunderbolts of Zeus.
But in the stories of their most-beloved god, we can see how the Vikings saw themselves and what they wanted to be.
Thor fighting Jormungandr Thor und die Midgardsschlange. A scene from Ragnarök, the final battle between Thor and Jörmungandr.
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Viking History. Norse Mythology for Smart People. Norse Mythology Accessed January 9, Hammer of Thor' unearthed: Runes on 1,year-old amulet solve mystery of why Viking charms were worn for protection.
Daily Mail. Terrifying eyes stare back at him, seemingly burning with fire. Loki says that this is because " Freyja " has not slept for eight nights in her eagerness.
As the poem starts, Thor meets a dwarf who talks about getting married. Thor finds the dwarf repulsive and, apparently, realizes that the bride is his daughter.
Thor comments that the wedding agreement was made among the gods while Thor was gone, and that the dwarf must seek his consent.
However, the question and answer session turns out to be a ploy by Thor, as, although Thor comments that he has truly never seen anyone with more wisdom in their breast, Thor has managed to delay the dwarf enough for the Sun to turn him to stone; "day dawns on you now, dwarf, now sun shines on the hall".
Thor, also known as Tror , is said to have married the prophetess Sibyl identified with Sif. Thor is further said here to have been raised in Thrace by a chieftain named Lorikus , whom he later slew to assume the title of "King of Thrace", to have had hair "fairer than gold", and to have been strong enough to lift ten bearskins.
Alternatively, Troy is in Tyrkland Turkey, i. Odin is a remote descendant of Thor, removed by twelve generations, who led an expedition across Germany, Denmark and Sweden to Norway.
The saga narrative adds that numerous names—at the time of the narrative, popularly in use—were derived from Thor. His cult distinctively mixed both ecclesiastical and folk elements.
From Thor, he inherited the quick temper, physical strength and merits as a giant-slayer. Early depictions portray Olaf as clean-shaven, but after he appears with a red beard.
Tales about Thor, or influenced by native traditions regarding Thor, continued into the modern period, particularly in Scandinavia.
Grimm comments that, at times, Scandinavians often "no longer liked to utter the god's real name, or they wished to extol his fatherly goodness".
A Scandinavian folk belief that lightning frightens away trolls and jötnar appears in numerous Scandinavian folktales, and may be a late reflection of Thor's role in fighting such beings.
In connection, the lack of trolls and ettins in modern Scandinavia is explained as a result of the "accuracy and efficiency of the lightning strokes".
A fifth appearance may possibly occur on a runestone found in Södermanland , Sweden Sö , but the reading is contested.
Pictorial representations of Thor's hammer appear on a total of five runestones found in Denmark and in the Swedish counties of Västergötland and Södermanland.
One of the stones, Sö 86 , shows a face or mask above the hammer. Sune Lindqvist argued in the s that the image stone Ardre VIII on Gotland depicts two scenes from the story: Thor ripping the head of Hymir's ox and Thor and Hymir in the boat,  but this has been disputed.
A runestone from Södermanland , Sweden bearing a depiction of Thor's hammer. The Altuna stone from Sweden, one of four stones depicting Thor's fishing trip.
Closeup of Thor with Mjölnir depicted on the Altuna stone. The Gosforth depiction , one of four stones depicting Thor's fishing trip.
Pendants in a distinctive shape representing the hammer of Thor known in Norse sources as Mjölnir have frequently been unearthed in Viking Age Scandinavian burials.
The hammers may have been worn as a symbol of Norse pagan faith and of opposition to Christianization, a response to crosses worn by Christians. Casting moulds have been found for the production of both Thor's hammers and Christian crucifixes, and at least one example of a combined crucifix and hammer has been discovered.
Drawing of a silver-gilted Thor's hammer found in Scania , Sweden. Drawing of a 4. Drawing of a silver Thor's hammer amulet found in Fitjar , Hordaland , Norway.
The swastika symbol has been identified as representing the hammer or lightning of Thor. The protective sign of the hammer was worn by women, as we know from the fact that it has been found in women's graves.
It seems to have been used by the warrior also, in the form of the swastika. Primarily it appears to have had connections with light and fire, and to have been linked with the sun-wheel.
It may have been on account of Thor's association with lightning that this sign was used as an alternative to the hammer, for it is found on memorial stones in Scandinavia besides inscriptions to Thor.
When we find it on the pommel of a warrior's sword and on his sword-belt, the assumption is that the warrior was placing himself under the Thunder God's protection.
Thor also appears in many placenames in Uppland. In English placenames , Old English Thunor in contrast with the Old Norse form of the name, later introduced to the Danelaw left comparatively few traces.
Stenton noted that such placenames were apparently restricted to Saxon and Jutish territory and not found in Anglian areas.
In what is now Germany , locations named after Thor are sparsely recorded, but an amount of locations called Donnersberg German "Donner's mountain" may derive their name from the deity Donner , the southern Germanic form of the god's name.
Compare Thunderstones. Similarly, meteorites may be considered memorials to Thor in folk tradition due to their sheer weight. When the beetle is found turned upside down and one flips it over, Thor's favor may be gained.
In other regions of Sweden the name of the beetle appears to have been demonized with Christianization, where the insect came to be known as Thordedjefvul or Thordyfvel both meaning "Thor-devil".
The cult of Thor was linked up with men's habitation and possessions, and with well-being of the family and community. This included the fruitfulness of the fields, and Thor, although pictured primarily as a storm god in the myths, was also concerned with the fertility and preservation of the seasonal round.
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