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File:Gosforth fishing.jpg

Description A part of the Gosforth Cross showing, among other things, Thor's fishing trip. Signed "Magnus P" in the lower right corner.
Date This reproduction published in 1913. The cross itself is medieval (possibly 10th century).
Source Photographed from Finnur Jónsson (1913). Goðafræði Norðmanna og Íslendinga eftir heimildum. Híð íslenska bókmentafjelag, Reykjavík. Page 63.
Author The original artist who made the Gosforth Cross is unknown. Reproduction by Julius Magnus Petersen (1827 – 1917).
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Published before 1923 so in the public domain in the United States. Petersen died more than 70 years ago, ensuring public domain status in the EEA.

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