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The Theft of Thor's Hammer Photos

    Thor Gets Dressed Up
    Hey, Thor, you better hide that beard. [Illustration by Elmer Boyd Smith, 1902.]

    Bride and Bridesmaid
    Loki helps put the finishing touches on Thor's disguise. [Illustration from Frederik Sanders’s 1893 edition of The Poetic Edda, by Carl Larsson or Gunnar Forssell.]

    Thrym's Wedding Feast
    Thor tries to hide his face from the frost-giant Thrym. [Illustration by W.G. Collingwood, 1908, from a version of the Poetic Edda.]

    Thor Gets His Hammer Back
    Thor attacks everyone in Thrym's household once he gets his hammer back. [Illustration by Lorenz Frølich, 1906, from Teutonic Mythology Vol. II by Viktor Rydberg.]

    Portrait of Thor
    The man of the hour appears with his hammer. [Illustration from an 18th century Icelandic manuscript.]

    Thor Battles the Ettins
    Thor and his hammer look totally invincible. ["Thor's Battle with the Ettins," painting by Mårten Eskil Winge, 1872.]

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