File:Olaus Magnus - On the Geats' Superstitious Notions of Thunder.jpg

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The men hear thunder in the sky. They believe that their holy gods are attacked by other gods. Therefore they shoot arrows up into the sky help their gods in the fight.

Date Published in 1555
Source "Historia de gentibus septentrionalibus", book 3 - retrieved from Lars Henriksson's clipart collection, descriptions used with permission.
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