Original trolls that appear in countless tales of Norse mythology seem to be descended from the Jotun. The Jotun were a race very similar to the Titans of ancient Greece. They were sworn enemies of the gods and separated from humans in remote hills, mountains, and forests only through the diligence of the Norse gods where they awaited the end of the world when they would finally battle the Norse gods on an even playing field. Trolls are very similar in their homes as the Jotun or Giants.
The Valley of Color Days. Helen B. Sandwell. Illustrated by Alice Bolam Preston. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1924."New fairy stories are always welcome, for as all boys and girls know, there’s a great deal about fairies that hasn’t yet been told! "The Valley of Color Days" is the fairy name of a place where grown-ups as well as children and fairies live…" — The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 25 October, 1924.
The trident is a major symbol and weapon of Poseidon. It is a three-pronged spear usually used for fishing but in Poseidon's case creates earthquakes and breaks objects. He was the second, behind his brother Zeus, in power out of all of the gods.
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