Historical Worship of the Norse Gods w/ Dr. Terry Gunnell
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Today I chat with Dr. Terry Gunnell, Professor of Folkloristics at the University of Iceland. We discuss the historical worship of the Norse gods and the evidence available for this in literature, archeology, and runic inscriptions. 

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

Dr. Gunnell’s Books & More of His Work

Eitri – The Norse Artifacts Database

Follow Dr. Gunnell on Academia.edu

Recommended Articles by Ancient History Encyclopedia:

Norse Ghosts & the Afterlife

Norse Ghosts & Funerary Rites

Norse-Viking Symbols & Meanings

Follow The History of Vikings on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram.

Feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, suggestions or inquiries noah@thehistoryofvikings.com

Music: Danheim – Framganga

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