2 edition of Swanhild found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Völsunga saga.|
|Statement||by Joseph Braddock.|
|LC Classifications||PR6003.R14 S9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 56 p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||46016377|
Swanhild had thus been brought up in the royal house of Denmark. King Jormunrek the Mighty heard of Swanhild’s great beauty and wanted to marry her. He sent his son Randver to Denmark on his behalf to ask for her hand and entrusted him to bring the young woman to him. Swanny is survived by her children, Debra Gary of Attleboro, Arthur Gary of Brockton, Dana Gary of Norton, Susan Colbert of Attleboro and Lisa Kotouch of Dighton. She was also the mother of the.
Get this from a library! Swanhilda-of-the-Swans. [Dana Faralla] -- "This is a story about Swanhilda-of-the Swans (who is not a swan at all, but a little sleigh shaped like a swan) and the wild swans driven to rest on the pond of Grandfather's farm. To Johan and. Book Description Sir Henry Rider Haggard KBE () was a Victorian writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations. After failing his army entrance exam he was sent to a private 'crammer' in London to prepare for the entrance exam for the British Foreign Office, for which he never sat. Swanehild (or Swanhild). Her ancestry is unknown. She might have been a daughter of: Eberhard van Hamalant; Wichman van Hamalant; Her birth and death dates are guesses. The only thing that is known for sure is that she died on Decem probably in the early s. Ref: Europäische Stammtafeln, one of the standard authorities on medieval lines.
Aalgaard, Swanhild ("Swanie") Marie was born Novem , to Oswald and Gudrun Aalgaard, at Cooperstown, North Dakota. Because her mother was sometimes ill, and her father died when Swanie. Then they fell to talking of Swanhild's dower, and that was not small. Afterwards Asmund sought Eric and Gudruda, and told them what had come to pass, and they were glad at the news, though they grieved for Atli the Earl. And when Swanhild met Gudruda, she came to her humbly, and humbly kissed her hand, and with tears craved pardon of her evil. Thietmar names Liutgard as first born child of Ekkehard and his wife Swanhild. "Liutgardem" is also named in the Annalista Saxo, which records her parentage. Thietmar describes Liutgard as "on the one side my niece and on the other my cousin's wife" when recording her death, although she was rather remotely related to Thietmar.
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If you like historical fiction, Viking tales or, frankly, just a great story, these books are for download pdf. Book Reporter. By the final pages, Swanhild has become that rare creature of historical fiction: a thoroughly believable female action-hero At once a thrilling adventure story and a moving portrait of very complicated : HarperCollins Publishers.Diamond Fairy Book () Ebook of the Norsemen () Epic and Romance () The Dictionary of National Biography published by Oxford also uses Swanhild for this name.
Swanhild is clearly the version used in English and should therefore be the version used by Wikipedia's English pages.