In Norse mythology, Hnitbjorg is the mountain abode of the giant Suttung, where he placed the mead of poetry for safekeeping under the guardianship of his daughter Gunnlod. Odin, with the help of Suttung's brother Baugi, drilled a hole into the mountain and thereby gained access to the mead.
- McKinnel, John; et al. (2014). Essays on Eddic Poetry. University of Toronto Press. p. 114. ISBN 9781442615885.
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