A Comparison of Greek and Norse Mythology

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Odin has a spear, Gungnir, that never misses its target. He owns an eight-legged horse, Sleipnir, two wolves, Geri and Freki, and two raven, Huginn and Muninn. Wednesday is named after him (pantheon/odin). The main similarity between these two is that they are the king of the gods...
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Another is that they both value wisdom. Zeus is more focused on law, Odin's focus is on war. Hades is one of the brothers of Zeus. He is the unlucky one who got to rule the underworld. He is cruel and unforgiving. Only two have ever gone to Hades domain and returned, Hercules and Odysseus...
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