Volund in Norse mythology, a Lappish prince and skilled worker in metal who is the equivalent of the Anglo-Saxon Wayland. Bereft of his swan-maiden wife, he is captured by the king of Sweden and held prisoner to work with the king's gold. He escapes, after killing the king's sons and leaving his daughter pregnant.
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