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The north portal o the 11t-century Urnes stave kirk haes been interpretit as containin depictions o snakes an dragons that represent Ragnarök.[1]

In Norse meethology, Ragnarök is a series o futur events, includin a great battle foretauld tae ultimately result in the daith o a number o major figurs (includin the gods Odin, Thor, Týr, Freyr, Heimdallr, an Loki), the occurrence o various naitural disasters, an the subsequent submersion o the warld in watter. Efterward, the warld will resurface anew an fertile, the survivin an returnin gods will meet, an the warld will be repopulatit bi twa human survivors. Ragnarök is an important event in the Norse canon, an haes been the subject o scholarly discoorse an theory.

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  • Fazio, Michael W.; Moffett, Marian; Wodehouse, Lawrence (2003). A World History of Architecture. McGraw-Hill Professional. ISBN 0-07-141751-6.