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by Micha F. Lindemans
In Norse myth, Dagur is the personification of the day. He is the son of Delling, the personification of twilight, and Nott. The gods gave Dagur a chariot and put him in the sky. His chariot is pulled by the horse is Skinfaxi, whose shining mane illuminates the earth and the sky.

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