Ríg-Jarl

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In Norse mythology, Ríg-Jarl or Jarl was a son of the god Ríg. His wife Erna bore him eleven sons, the ancestors of the race of warriors in Norse society. See also[edit] Earl v t e Norse mythology Deities Heroes Figures Æsir Baldr Bragi Dellingr Forseti Heimdallr Hermóðr Höðr Hœnir Ítreksjóð Kvasir Lóðurr Loki Meili Móði and Magni Odin Óðr Thor Týr Ullr Váli Víðarr Vili and Vé Ásynjur Bil Eir Frigg Fulla Gerðr Gefjon Gná Hlín Ilmr Iðunn Jörð Lofn Nanna Njörun Rán Rindr Sága Sif Sigyn Sjöfn Skaði Snotra Sól Syn Þrúðr Vár Vör Vanir Freyja Freyr Njörðr Sister-wife of Njörðr Others Ask and Embla Borr Búri Dís Dwarfs Einherjar Elves Dark elves (Dökkálfar) Light elves (Ljósálfar) Black elves (Svartálfar) Fenrir Hel Irpa Jörmungandr Jötunn Mímir Níðhöggr Norns Sigurd Þorgerðr Hölgabrúðr Shieldmaiden Valkyrie Vættir Völundr Skinfaxi and Hrímfaxi Locations Álfheimr Asgard Bifröst Fólkvangr Ginnungagap Hel (location) Jötunheimr Midgard Múspellsheimr Niðavellir Niflheim Valhalla Vanaheimr Vígríðr Wells Mímisbrunnr Hvergelmir Urðarbrunnr Yggdrasil Events Æsir–Vanir War Fimbulvetr Ragnarök Sources Gesta Danorum Poetic Edda Prose Edda Runestones Sagas Tyrfing Cycle Völsung Cycle Old Norse language Orthography Later influence Society Blót Félag Germanic calendar Heiti Hörgr Kenning Mead hall Nīþ Norse pagan worship Numbers Seiðr Skald Viking Age Völva See also Norse gods Mythological Norse people, items and places Germanic paganism Heathenry (new religious movement) This article relating to a Norse myth or legend is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e 초대남

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