"Sunken-bank." The place where Odin and Sága daily drink from cups of gold. It is enumerated among the abodes of the Æsir in Grímnismál:

Sökkvabekk the fourth is named
oe'r which
the gelid waves resound;
Odin and Saga there,
joyful each day,
from golden beakers quaff.

Snorri Sturluson also says that Sága dwells at Sökkvabekkr, and adds that it is a great abode.



  • Grímnismál, 7.
  • Gylfaginning, 35.