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Axel Olrik (3 July 1864 – 17 February 1917) was a Danish folklorist and scholar of mediaeval historiography, and a pioneer in the methodical study of oral narrative. Olrik was born in Frederiksberg, the son of the artist Henrik Olrik
Axel Olrik (3 July 1864 – 17 February 1917) was a Danish folklorist and scholar of mediaeval historiography, and a pioneer in the methodical study of oral narrative. Olrik was born in Frederiksberg, the son of the artist Henrik Olrik. Artist Dagmar Olrik, judge Eyvind Olrik, historian Hans Olrik and cultural historian Jørgen Olrik were siblings of his. Olrik began his studies at the University of Copenhagen in 1881.
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The Heroic Legends of Denmarkby Axel Olrik. T is safe to say that nowhere else has there been so intense and widely diffused an interest in popular antiquities as in Denmark. The very dearth, comparatively speaking, Of the grander architectural remains Of bygone ages seems to have concentrated attention on the less conspicuous and more lowly relics Of the grey Prehistoric Past and the gay Middle Ages. And, as it happens, Denmark is especially rich in just these things.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. CHAPTER II THE BIARKAMAL 1. TRACES OF HISTORY IN THE BIARKAMAL IN the mind of the Scandinavians during later ages, the memory of these old kings attaches itself chiefly to the Biarkamal.
Chicago Distribution Center. Legends of Danish Heroes. Axel Olrik, Lee M. Hollander. Chester Nathan Gould.