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Punishment of Loke
'Punishment of Loke', 1890. Loke (Loki) is a giant in Norse and Germanic mythology, who is bound to a rock by the other gods and forced to have poison from a snake dropped on his face. His wife, Sgyn, tries to catch the drops with a cup. Frontispiece from Teutonic Myths and Legends by Donald A Mackenzie, 1890.
- Image ref: 2378755
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images