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Odin

In Norse mythology, Odin was the king of the Æsir. He is a god of war and death, as well as a sky god and the god of wisdom and poetry. Along with being a god, he is the All-Father of all the Nordic Gods. He is also heavily associated with magic.

Norse God of Gods Odin, His wolves Geri and Freki and his ravens Huginn and Muninn. Blue cloak swirling in the storm, Hat pulled low over empty eye, Rav.

Odin by hfesbra

Odin on his high chair in Valhalla with his totem animals, eagle, raven and wolf.

'Odin, The Ruler Of Asgard' by *Redan23. (Click to view large size.)

Geri and Freki (Old Norse, both meaning "the ravenous" or "greedy one") are two wolves which are said to accompany the god Odin. The names Geri and Freki have b

Odin on Hlidskjalf with Geri and Freki

) Odin god of the Norse men. NEVER CONFUSE HIM WITH ZEUS. Odin has a mystical and almost Promethean character that makes Him extremely unusual, if not unique, among high gods.

Woden - The Grim - Armed with the spear Gungnir "The Swaying One". With him are the talking ravens Hugin "Thoughtful" and Munin "Mindful", and the wolves Geri "Greedy" and Freki "Ravenous".

Norse Mythology -- The Beginning (part of Valkyries Legends, Sagas, Faery Tales) Picture of Norse god- Odin

Odin

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

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.

Tyr, Norse god of battle, who sacrificed his right hand that Odin might bind the chaos wolf Fenrir. We still honour him once a week with "Tyrsdag" - known to us now as Tuesday.

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At the height of Yuletide—on the day after the winter solstice—Odin led a great hunting party across the sky in celebration of the return of the sun.

Odin Raises the Prophetess: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1348260361870295&substory_index=0&id=129784597051217

Illustration for the book “Myths and Legends of Scandinavia” by Dmitry ILyutkin: Odin Resurrects The Völva.

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Odin by Eric W. Meador: nice, because the artist has included the wolves as well as the ravens: classic Norse myth

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Arthur Rackham:Brunhilde, illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie by Richard Wagner, 1910

Odin, The GrimNir

) mererecorder: Grimnir by luka-basyrov-art (Grimnir = the hooded or masked one, a name of Odin.

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