Berserkeri[1] (in lingua Germanica prisca: Úlfhéðnar vel "lupi vestiti") erant milites strenuissimi apud viccingos qui in furore bellico se ursos putabant. In proelio berserkeri vestitos disuebant, lorigas relinquebant et torso nudo contra hostes pugnabant. Etiam scuta mordebant.

Odin cum berserkero ursino.
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BibliographiaRecensere

  • Beard, D. J. "The Berserker in Icelandic Literature." In Approaches to Oral Literature, Ed. Robin Thelwall, Ulster, 1978, pp. 99-114.
  • Blaney, Benjamin. The Berserkr: His Origin and Development in Old Norse Literature, Ph.D. Diss. University of Colorado, 1971.
  • Davidson, Hilda R. E. "Shape-Changing in Old Norse Sagas." In Animals in Folklore, Ed. Joshua R. Porter and William M. S. Russell. Cantabrigiae, 1978, pp. 126-42.
  • Speidel, Michael P (2004), Ancient Germanic Warriors: Warrior Styles from Trajan's Column to Icelandic Sagas, Londino.
  • Simek, Rudolfus (1995), Lexikon der germanischen Mythologie, Stutgardiae.
  • Michael P. Speidel, "Berserks: A History of Indo-European 'Mad Warriors'", Journal of World History 13.2 (2002) 253-290, [1].

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