Andwari in Norse mythology, was a dwarf, whom Loki captured in order that by the gold which he possessed a murder might be atoned, for which the Asas had fallen into the hands of Hreidmar, the father of the murdered. Andwari gave all that he had, with the exception of a small golden ring, which had the function to produce by witchcraft all the money the possessor desired. The ring got into the hands of Hreidmar, and his own sons slew him for his gold; then envy and hatred arose among them, and finally they all murdered each other.

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