Elias Lönnrot (9 April 1802 – 19 March 1884) was a physician, botanist, linguist, and poet. During the time he was compiling the Kalevala he was the district health officer based in Kajaani responsible for the whole Kainuu region in the eastern part of what was then the Grand Duchy of Finland .
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The creation myth was written down by Elias Lönnrot in the Kalevala. In the story, the air goddess Ilmatar comes down to primal waters, when a bird lands on her knee and lays six eggs.
- The Kalevala: the Epic Poem of Finland (Crawford Translation) by Elias LÖNNROT Part 1/3YouTube
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- Ensimmäinen rautio - The first smith. Elias Lönnrot, Kanteletar 1840 /WSOY Porvoo 1983,97.YouTube
Elias Lönnrot (Finnish: [ˈe.li.ɑs ˈløn.ruːt] (listen); 9 April 1802 – 19 March 1884) was a Finnish physician, philologist and collector of traditional Finnish oral poetry.
The sea god also appears in the Finnish epic poem and the national epic of Finland compiled in 1835 by Elias Lönnrot called Kalevala, which is what the MC name is based on. The hero of the Kalevala, Väinämöinen, and the themes would influence J. R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings .
Dr Ersev Ersoy (2012): Social reality and mythic worlds: reflections on folk belief and the supernatural in James Macpherson's Ossian and Elias Lönnrot's Kalevala. MSc by Research Elizabeth Bradbury (2018): Hel and Hekate: The Feminization of Death in the Norse and Greek Mythoi.
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grammar by Elias Lönnrot: Primer and catechism published in 1859. 1856: Gamilaraay: articles by William Ridley: Basic vocabulary collected by Thomas Mitchell in 1832. 1872: Venda: reduced to writing by the Berlin Missionaries: First complete Bible translation 1936 1878: Kildin Sami: Gospel of Matthew: 1882: Mirandese