Kalevala

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Kalevalan kankahilla - Sampo, kirjokantinen ihme

Kalevalan kankahilla - Sampo, kirjokantinen ihme

Kalevalan kankahilla - Sampo, kirjokantinen ihme

Kalevalan kankahilla - Sampo, kirjokantinen ihme

Sielulintu: Finnish mythological bird who protects one's soul while being asleep.

Sielulintu: Finnish mythological bird who protects one's soul while being asleep.

Degas

Degas

Väinämöinen

Väinämöinen

Aino ja Väinämöinen (Gallen-Kallela)

Aino ja Väinämöinen (Gallen-Kallela)

Finnish Mythology:  Väinämöinen is presented as the 'eternal bard', who exerts order over chaos and established the land of Kaleva, that so many of the events in Kalevala revolve around. His search for a wife brings the land of Kaleva into, at first friendly, but later hostile contact with its dark and threatening neighbour in the north, Pohjola. This conflict culminates in the creation and theft of the Sampo, a magical artifact made by Ilmarinen.

Finnish Mythology: Väinämöinen is presented as the 'eternal bard', who exerts order over chaos and established the land of Kaleva, that so many of the events in Kalevala revolve around. His search for a wife brings the land of Kaleva into, at first friendly, but later hostile contact with its dark and threatening neighbour in the north, Pohjola. This conflict culminates in the creation and theft of the Sampo, a magical artifact made by Ilmarinen.

Räisälä pendant by Kalevala Koru jewelry. Plants have symbolised the energy and course of life. This simple decorative plant motif in this piece of jewellery consists of four palmettes resembling palm leaves that have been spread open to form a fan.

Räisälä pendant by Kalevala Koru jewelry. Plants have symbolised the energy and course of life. This simple decorative plant motif in this piece of jewellery consists of four palmettes resembling palm leaves that have been spread open to form a fan.

Kalevala Koru jewlery comes from art on ancient Runestones in Finland

Kalevala Koru jewlery comes from art on ancient Runestones in Finland

The Kalevala, or Poems of the Kalevala District  Written by Compiled by Elias Lonnrot, Trans. by Francis Magoun, Jr.  Finnish mythology

The Kalevala, or Poems of the Kalevala District Written by Compiled by Elias Lonnrot, Trans. by Francis Magoun, Jr. Finnish mythology

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