Gudrun

Gudrun is a major figure in early Germanic literature that is centered on the hero Sigurd, son of Sigmund. She appears as Kriemhild in the Nibelungenlied and as Gutrune in Wagner`s Der Ring des Nibelungen. ==Norse mythology== In Norse mythology, Gudrun (Guðrún Gjúkadóttir) is the sister of king Gunnar. She falls in love with Sigurd, who does ....
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Gudrun

Daughter of Giuki; wife of Sigurd; later wife of Atli and Jonakr.
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Gudrun

Gudrun (goo'droon) or Kudrun (koo'–) , in Germanic literature. 1. Heroine of the Icelandic epic, the Volsungasaga. 2. Heroine and title person of an anonymous Middle High German epic written shortly after and strongly influenced by the Nibelungenlied (see under Nibelungen). The epic te...
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Gudrun

Gudrun is a celebrated German popular epic belonging to the end of the 12th century, receiving its name from its heroine Gudrun, daughter of King Hettel of Hegelingen. Hettel is defeated by Hartmut, son of King Louis of Normandy, who carries Gudrun off, and on her steadfast refusal to marry him, has her subjected to various kinds of ill treatment, ...
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Gudrun

In Norse mythology, the wife of Sigurd and later of Atli. She corresponds to Kriemhild in the Niebelungenlied. ...
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