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Description The god Odin whispers in the ear of the dead Baldr, lying in the boat. The list of illustrations in the front matter of the book gives this one the title Odin's_last_words_to_Baldr.
Date Published in 1908
Source The Elder or Poetic Edda; commonly known as Sæmund's Edda. Edited and translated with introduction and notes by Olive Bray. Illustrated by W.G. Collingwood (1908) Page 39. Digitized by the Internet Archive and available from This image was made from the JPEG 2000 image of the relevant page via image processing (crop, rotate, colour-levels, mode) with the GIMP by User:Haukurth. The image processing is probably not eligible for copyright but in case it is User:Haukurth releases his modified version into the public domain.
Author W.G. Collingwood (1854 - 1932)
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