Cover image (Scandia 4): Starcaterus, Carta Marina, Olaus Magnus, 1539. Carta_Marina.jpeg (5016×3715) (wikimedia.org)
Norse myths represent one of the greatest cultural legacies from ancient Scandinavia. Throughout history, they have been perpetuated, re-signified and transformed by a great variety of artistic means. The Medieval period was responsible for producing several artifacts and works of material culture that established and built some relations between image and orality in myths, such as pendants, tapestries and sculptures, while spaces of Christianity reveal moments of hybridization and religious interpretations (as seen in Church doors, for instance).
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