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  • Now there was at that time a dwarf called Andvari, who lived in

    The Red Fairy Book

  • The dwarfs, as well as the elves, were ruled by a king, who, in various countries of northern Europe, was known as Andvari, Alberich,

    Myths of the Norsemen From the Eddas and Sagas

  • Now there was at that time a dwarf called Andvari, who lived in a pool beneath a waterfall, and there he had hidden a great hoard of gold.

    Red Fairy Book

  • Regin’s tale of his Brothers, and of the Gold called Andvari’s

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • Regin’s tale of his Brothers, and of the Gold called Andvari’s Hoard.

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • The whole of the earlier part of the story has disappeared, and though Siegfried (Sigurd) has slain a dragon, there is nothing to connect it with the fate that follows the treasure; Andvari, the Volsungs, Fafnir, and Regin are all forgotten; the mythological features have become faint, and the general air of the whole is that of medieval romance.

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • But now she and Sigurd loved each other, and promised to be true to each other, and he gave her a ring, and it was the last ring taken from the dwarf Andvari.

    The Red Fairy Book

  • And he gave her a ring, and she gave him back the ring he had given her before in his own shape as Sigurd, and it was the last ring of that poor dwarf Andvari.

    The Red Fairy Book

  • Still he could not keep away the curse which was to come on every one who owned the treasure of the dwarf Andvari, and his fatal golden ring.

    The Red Fairy Book

  • Gunnar, who had ridden the flame, and had received from Brynhild that fatal ring, the ring of the dwarf Andvari.

    The Red Fairy Book

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