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WAYLAND THE SMITH - In Germanic mythology, Wayland the Smith (Old English: Wēland; Old Norse: Völundr, Velentr; German: Wieland der Schmied; Old High German: Wiolant; ...
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|In Germanic mythology, Wayland the Smith (Old English: Wēland; Old Norse: Völundr, Velentr; German: Wieland der Schmied; Old High German: Wiolant; Galans (Galant) in Old French; Proto-Germanic: *Wēlandaz from *Wēla-nandaz, lit. "battle-brave") is a legendary master blacksmith, described by Jessie Weston as "the weird and malicious craftsman, Weyland". In Old Norse sources, Völundr appears in Völundarkviða, a poem in the Poetic Edda, and in Þiðreks saga, and his legend is also depicted on Ardre image stone VIII. In Old English sources, he appears in Deor, Waldere and in Beowulf and the legend is depicted on the Franks Casket. He is mentioned in the German poems about Theoderic the Great as the Father of Witige.|