After a heated debate, the gods agreed to the deal, but they stipulated that no man could help the builder, and if the fortress was not complete in three seasons, he would receive no payment.
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Ancient Places Dec 23, 2017. Some time later, Loki gave birth to Sleipnir. Lindow, Norse Mythology P. Despite being the product of the devious god Loki and a stallion belonging to the banished race of giants, Sleipnir was accepted by the Norse goods and proved to be a noble-hearted ally.
None of the elements slow him down. Sleipnir accompanied Odin wherever he went. Image via Wikipedia.
Gold pendant of Odin and Slepnir. Featured Stories Jan 12, 2016. Hamtramck, Michigan.
Image credit: Los Angeles, California. Much to the amazement and chagrin of the gods, they soon found that the builder and his stallion were equal to their task. Bengt Nordqvist. The Tjangvide Stone dated back to the eighth century shows a rider and an eight-legged horse, whose hooves are nested in Norse runes, while the Ardre VIII Stone also dated to the eighth or ninth century shows a similar horse and rider tramping through a majestic hall.
Norway, Iceland, England, and Sweden. Other works of art show him using all his legs independently.
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Stone from Gotland, 9th century, depicts a rider on an eight-legged horse, that maybe Odin on Sleipnir, hailing a dead soldier who, along with other warriors 'Einherjar' will be delivered by Valkyries to Valhalla.