Ilmarinen

Seppo Ilmarinen, the Eternal Hammerer, blacksmith and inventor in the Kalevala, is a god and an archetypal artificer from Finnish mythology. (`Seppo` is a popular boy`s name and the Finnish word for smith `seppä` is derived from it, or vice versa.) He is immortal and capable of creating practically anything, but is portrayed as being unlucky...
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Ilmarinen

(from the article `sampo`) ...a cosmological pillar or some similar support holding up the vault of heaven. In a cycle of songs, referred to by scholars as the sampo-epic, the ... ...and wise Väinämöinen, a powerful seer with supernatural origins, who is a master of the kantele, the Finnish harplike stringed instrument. O...
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Ilmarinen

[icebreaker] Ilmarinen was a small steam-powered icebreaker that was part of the Finnish state-owned icebreaker fleet in 1918–1922. Built as Silatch for Russia, she was given back her original name when the ship was returned to the Soviet Union in 1922. == History == The ship was built in 1910 by W. Crichton shipyard in Saint Petersburg, ...
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Ilmarinen

In Finnish mythology, Ilmarinen was a blacksmith-god. Some accounts say he was the brother of Vainamoinen.
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Ilmarinen

The Ilmarinen was a Finnish coast defence ship of 3900 tons displacement launched in 1930. The Ilmarinen was powered by Germania diesel engines providing a top speed of 15.5 knots. She carried a complement of 329 and was armed with four 10-inch guns; eight 4.1 inch anti-aircraft guns and four 2-pdr anti-aircraft guns.
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