Nidhogg

Nidhogg

terrible beast in Nastrond; gnaws ashtree, Yggdrasil. [Norse Myth.: Wheeler, 259]
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In all depictions, Christ's tree is depicted as an Yggdrasil that can rescue those whose corpses have been devoured by the Nidhogg (55).
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Tom believes his new artwork will be safe in its open-air location as it is claimed anyone damaging or defacing it would invoke a local Viking curse condemning them to the darkest depths of Niflheim - a Norse version of hell - where the dragon Nidhogg would gnaw on their corpse.
From the Nidhogg of Scandinavia and Germany to the Wyvern of England, there are many dragons and serpents and stories relating of them from around the world.
Desde el periodo de su emergencia (tiempo en el cual los dioses organizaron al mundo), Yggdrasil fue amenazado con la ruina: un aguila devoraba su follaje, su tronco empezo a podrirse y la serpiente Nidhogg roia sus raices.
The ash of Yggdrasil suffers agony more than men know: a hart bites it from above, and it decays at the sides, and Nidhogg [the serpent] rends it beneath.