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Buri

by Molly Miller, Clarksville Middle School
Buri is the primeval man in Norse mythology. He had neither father nor mother, but was created by a cow named Audhumla. As she licked the salt blocks of Ginnagagap, the shape of a man -- Buri -- was formed. Buri had a son named Bor. Bor had three sons who were gods: Odin, Vili, and Ve.

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