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"Odin" (Norse god) together with Huginn & Muninn (meaning: Thought & Memory) his two raven companions.

"Odin" (Norse god) together with Huginn & Muninn (meaning: Thought & Memory) his two raven companions.

Odin

from Old Norse Óðinn) is a major god in Norse mythology, the Allfather of the gods, and the ruler of Asgard. Homologous with the Old English "Wōden", the Old Saxon "Wôdan" and the Old High German "Wôtan".

Odin

Odin sketch by Dan Mills Odin's Eye Odin had one eye. It was said, and some believe, That Odin gave his eye for wisdom.

Tyr, Norse god of battle, who sacrificed his right hand that Odin might bind the chaos wolf Fenrir. For this selfless act, he was known among the Northmen as "The Wolf's Leavings", and regarded as the paragon of warrior courage and virtue. We still honor him once a week with "Tyrsdag" - known to us now as Tuesday.

Artwork depicting the Norse Pantheon created for the trading card game “Classic Mythology” by Perna Studios

Annie Stegg

Sjöfn (Old Norse ‘Sgafni’ or ‘Sefi’) is a goddess associated with love. In other kennings, her name is associated with the word ‘woman’ who represents the feminine side of romance and attraction. Artwork: Annie Stegg — with Ryan Beamis.

Ragnar e Aslaug, segundo a lenda.

The Norse Mythology Online Library Featured Free eBook The Poetic Edda Translated by Henry Adams Bellows Read Online

Lagertha, Katheryn Winnick, Vikings

This picture is from the TV show 'Vikings', but it's based on history: The "Shieldmaiden" was a woman who had chosen to fight as a warrior in Scandinavian folklore and mythology.

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