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The Dictionary of Mythology An A-Z of Themes, Legends and Heroes In Norse Myth, Volund the blacksmith and his two brothers encounter a trio of swan-maidens bathing. How do the brothers wind up married to these fair ladies?


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Volund forges them all necklaces of gold as wedding gifts. The brothers steal the swan-maidens' wings so that they cannot fly away to safety and then carry the ladies off. The brothers throw a net made of fine-spun silver over the ladies and refuse to let them out until they accept marriage. The brothers all profess that the maidens are so beautiful the men cannot bear to leave their sight.
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