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Forseti MP (deceased)

"Forsete"

According to Snorri Sturluson in the Prose Edda,[5] Forseti is the son of Baldr and Nanna. His home is Glitnir, its name, meaning "shining," referring to its silver ceiling and golden pillars, which ra...

9/27/2007 9/2/2016

Magni MP (deceased)

Magni and Modi by John C. McKeon Magni and Modi, the sons of Thor, did not have many worshippers, as was common for sons and daughters of the major gods and goddesses. They did have a few, though, ...

9/27/2007 9/2/2016

Frigg MP (deceased)

"Frigg", "Frigga", "Friege", "Freya", "Frea", "Frigida", "Gadwallsdotter", "Gadwalldóttir", "Frígída", "Frigg Anarsdatter the Lethra", "Frea of Asgard/ Frea of Scandinavia"

once or twice - Father of Friege was marked following (because of theories that identify her with Jörd) Ånar-Aanar-Ás/6000000003828287095 Name: Frea (Frigg) Cadwalladr Father...

2/2/2007 6/17/2016

Bragi MP (deceased)

Brage er i den norrøne mytologien guden for diktning og skaldekunst. Rollen som diktergud deler han med Odin. Brage var meget klok og veltalende. Han er også kjøkkenmesteren i Valh...

9/27/2007 6/11/2016

Gunnlöð MP (deceased)

"Gunnlod"

In Norse mythology, Gunnlöð (Old Norse "battle-invitation") is a jötunn. Gunnlöð is daughter of the giant Suttungr, who was set guard by him in the mountain Hnitbjo...

12/1/2009 6/11/2016

"the Nine Mothers of Heimdallr" MP (deceased)

"Gjálp", "Greip", "Eistla", "Angeyja", "Ulfrún", "Eyrgjafa", "Imðr", "Atla", "Járnsaxa", "9 Jotunmøyer"

In Norse mythology, the Nine Mothers of Heimdallr are nine sisters who gave birth to the god Heimdallr. The Nine Mothers of Heimdallr are attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Sn...

3/11/2008 6/10/2016

Hermod MP (deceased)

"Hermodr"

Hermóðr appears distinctly in section 49 of the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning. There, it is described that the gods were speechless and devastated at the death of Baldr, unable to react du...

9/27/2007 6/9/2016

Nótt Narfadóttir MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Nótt (Old Norse "night") is night personified. Nótt, personified, is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and th...

1/30/2008 6/9/2016

Frithuwulf MP (170 - 245)

Historia Britonum In the 9th century Historia Brittonum Godwulf is mentioned as an ancestor of Horsa and Hengest: In the meantime, three vessels, exiled from Germany, arrived in Britain. They were ...

2/3/2007 6/4/2016

Woden MP (deceased)

"Odin", "Wotan"

Historia Britonum In the 9th century Historia Brittonum Godwulf is mentioned as an ancestor of Horsa and Hengest: In the meantime, three vessels, exiled from Germany, arrived in Britain. They were ...

11/5/2013 6/4/2016

Ve MP (deceased)

"Lodur", "Lóðurr", "Irmin", "Ve Ase"

Jakob Grimm reconstructed the original genealogy of the Norse gods as: Tvisco (identical with Búri, who was produced from stone), father of Maunus (Borr), father of Ingvio (Odin), father of Nert...

9/27/2007 5/30/2016

Borr MP (deceased)

"Bor", "Bör", "Bur", "Burr"

ble også kalt Friallaf, men Fridleif i Norden Ble også kalt Finnsson (Bors, Frjálafr) Fridleif i Norden, Han ble slikka ut av en stein av urkua Audhumbla Bor var sønn av B...

2/3/2007 5/30/2016

Vili MP (deceased)

"Hœnir", "Honer", "Höner", "Vile"

In Norse mythology, Vili and Vé are the brothers of Odin, sons of Bestla daughter of Bölþorn and Borr son of Búri. Odin and his brothers formed Midgard from the sea. With ...

9/27/2007 5/30/2016

Son of Bölþorn MP (deceased)

In the Poetic Edda, it is said about Bölþorn and his children: Nine mighty songs I got from the son Of Bolthorn, Bestla's father; And a drink I got of the goodly mead Poured out from Ot...

5/29/2016 5/29/2016

Mimir MP (deceased)

"Mim"

Mímir (Old Norse "The rememberer, the wise one") or Mim is a wisdom deity in Norse mythology. He is closely associated with a magical well of knowledge that bears his name, the Mímisbrunn...

3/28/2010 5/29/2016

Bestla MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Bestla (/ˈbɛstlə/ BEST-lə) is the mother of the gods Odin, Vili and Vé by way of Borr, the sister of an unnamed being who assisted Odin, and the d...

2/3/2007 5/28/2016

Bolthorn the frost giant MP (deceased)

"Bölþorn", "Boelthor", ""evil thorn""

In Norse mythology, Bölthorn (or Bölthor) was a frost giant, the father of Bestla and maternal grandfather of Odin. According to Hávamál, he is also the father of a nameless...

10/27/2007 5/28/2016

Lóridi / Hloritha (Fictional) MP (deceased)

"(Hloritha) Tror (Thor)"

" Lóriði is the son of Thor and Sif and forefather of Norse rulers, according to the prologue of the Prose Edda . Loridi does not appear in any other Norse mythological text. "One shoul...

6/3/2008 5/27/2016

Buri MP (deceased)

"Buri", "Bure"

"Búri was the first god in Norse mythology. He was the father of Borr and grandfather of Odin. He was formed by the cow Auðumbla licking the salty ice of Ginnungagap. The only extant sour...

2/3/2007 5/24/2016

Audhumbla MP (deceased)

"Audhumla", "Auðumla", "Auðhumbla", "Auðhumla"

Mythical cow of Norse mythology. According to Snorri's Gylfaginna she licked the first man, Buri , out of an ice block while Ymir , the first of the Frost Giants, suckled on her milk for sustenance. ...

2/25/2007 5/20/2016

[ ] In the Völsung cycle, Sigi is the ancestor of the Völsung lineage. In the Völsunga saga (1), he is said to be one of the sons of Odin.[1] He is also listed among Odin's sons ...

10/25/2007 4/6/2016

Týr MP (deceased)

"Týr", "Tívar", "Tyr", "Tyz", "Ti", "Tiw", "Tiu", "Tew", "Ziu"

Týr eller Tívar (norrønt) Tyr (svensk, dansk, engelsk, tysk) Tyz (gotisk) Ti (gammelsvensk) Tiw, Tiu eller Tew (gammelengelsk) Ziu (gammelhøytysk) Ty eller Tyr er i den no...

9/15/2008 4/1/2016

Skjöld, King of Denmark MP (c.237 - c.280)

"Skjöldur", "Skjöldr", "Skioldus", "Skjold", "Skiold"

Skjöldr (Latinized as Skioldus, sometimes Anglicized as Skjold or Skiold) was among the first legendary Danish kings. He is mentioned in the Prose Edda, in Ynglinga saga, in Chronicon Lethrense,...

7/10/2007 3/30/2016

Eaba MP (c.732 - c.762)

"Eofa"

His father was Eoppa. It has been speculated that he married a Kentish princess (name unknown) because his son was given a Kentish name, Ealhmund, and is usually identified with the Ealhmund who occurs...

2/2/2007 3/13/2016

Ealhmund, Under King Of Kent MP (c.758 - c.786)

"Son of Eafa de Wessex by a Kentish princess whose identity is unknown. Ealhmund is known to have been reigning in Kent in 784", "Ealhmund", "Ealhmund of Kent //", "Under-King Ealhmund of /Kent/", "Ealhmund /Under King/", "Ealhmund /Kent/", "Ealhmund /Wessex/"

Ealhmund was born in 745 and died in 827. Ealhmund, was King of Kent in 784. His father was Eafa of Wessex. There is little historical evidence for his reign. An abstract of a charter dated 784 survi...

2/2/2007 3/13/2016

Egbert, king of Wessex MP (c.769 - c.838)

Egbert of Wessex (also spelled Ecgberht, Ecgbert or Ecgbriht; 769 or 771 – 839) was King of Wessex from 802 until his death in 839. His father was Ealhmund of Kent. In the 780s Egbert was forc...

2/2/2007 3/13/2016

Angeltheow MP (c.400 - c.477)

Angeltheow, also spelled Angletheow, Engengenthe, or Angenwit (? - c. 477) was the great-great-great-grandfather of Creoda of Mercia and the son of Offa of Angel. Angeltheow's son was Eomer. Accordin...

2/25/2007 2/21/2016

Witta MP (deceased)

Prose Edda Hengist is briefly mentioned in Prologue, the first book of the Prose Edda, written by Snorri Sturluson in the 13th century. In Prologue, a euhemerized account of the origins of Norse myth...

5/23/2007 2/21/2016

Cagles / Capur (deceased)

4/24/2009 2/21/2016

Icel MP (c.460 - c.501)

Icel (or Icil) was an early king of Mercia, according to an eighth-century life of St Guthlac.[1] Early genealogies record him as the great-grandfather of Creoda of Mercia and the son of Eomer, last Ki...

2/25/2007 2/21/2016

Offa the gentle, king of the Angles MP (335 - 456)

"Uffe", "Uffo", "Offa", "Olaf", "The Gentle", "Hin Spage", "The Mild"

Offa of Angel , also Uffo or Uffe, was the (possibly mythical) 4th-great-grandfather of Creoda of Mercia, and was reputed to be a great-grandson of Odin. Whether historical or mythical, Offa was the so...

2/25/2007 2/21/2016

Wermund, king of the Angles MP (275 - 350)

"Vermund", "Warmund", "Garmund", "The Wise", "The Sage", "of the Angels", "of Saxony", "of Mercia"

See also British Chronicles , vol 2, p 439, David Hughes, 2007. From Wikipedia: Wermund or Garmund is an ancestor of the Mercian royal family through his son Uffe (Offa). Some genealogies present h...

2/25/2007 2/21/2016

Vegdagr MP (c.369 - c.388)

"Whitlæg", "Wighlek", "Wiglek", "Waegdaeg", "Wecta", "Vegdegg King of SaxonsVegdeg", "of Saxony", "van Saksen", "de Saxe"

Vegdagr/Wægdæg/Wecta. According to Snorri Vegdeg ruled East Saxony. In the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle the Wecta form of the name heads the lineage of the kings of Kent (of whom Hengest is trad...

2/25/2007 2/21/2016

Elesa MP (deceased)

2/2/2007 2/20/2016

Esla MP (deceased)

2/2/2007 2/20/2016

Gewis MP (383 - 446)

Gewis appears in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as the son of Wig and a descendant of Woden. He is also described as the father of Esla, the father of Elesa, the father of Cerdic of Wessex who invaded Brita...

2/2/2007 2/20/2016

Thrytho MP (c.355 - 450)

2/25/2007 2/20/2016

Frithogar MP (299 - 390)

""Frithogen", "Frithgar", "Frjodigar""

Noteringar Frithogar Frjodigar Froethgar Fordigarus Woden – Bældæg - Brond / Brand – Friðgar - Freawine - Wig – Giwis – Esla – Elesa –...

2/2/2007 2/20/2016

Skade Tjatsedotter, Queen of Sweden MP (c.214 - c.235)

"Skaði"

Kone til Njord av Vanir (ingen barn), og deretter Odin. Kilde: Ynglingesoga, avsnitt 8: "Njord fikk en kone som het Skade, hun ville ikke ha samliv med ham og giftet seg så med Odin; de hadde ...

10/22/2007 10/2/2015

Baldur MP (deceased)

"Baeldaeg", "Balder", "the Aesir", "Bael", "Bældæg", "Baldr", "Baldur"

Balder by Micha F. Lindemans The god of light, joy, purity, beauty, innocence, and reconciliation. Son of Odin and Frigg, he was loved by both gods and men and was considered to be the best of the ...

2/2/2007 10/2/2015

Angrboða MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Angrboða (Old Norse "the one who brings grief" or "she-who-offers-sorrow" is a female jötunn. In the Poetic Edda, Angrboða is mentioned only in Völusp&#x...

9/27/2007 10/2/2015

Freyja Njordsdotter, Norse Goddness MP (c.237 - d.)

"Freyja", "Frøya", "Freya"

From Ynglingesoga, section 4-10: Father: Njord Mother: Sister of Njord Husband: Od Daughters: Noss and Gjerseme

9/27/2007 10/2/2015

Hel, ruler of Hel MP (deceased)

From Wikipedia: ) 'In Norse mythology, Hel is a being that presides over a realm of the same name, where she receives a portion of the dead. Hel is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th...

9/27/2007 10/1/2015

Loki MP (deceased)

"Loki", "Loki of Jotunheim", "Loki Laufeyarson"

In Norse mythology, Loki is a god or jötunn (giant), or both. Loki's relation with the gods varies by source. Loki assists the gods, and sometimes causes problems for them. Loki is a shape shift...

9/27/2007 9/30/2015

Wigg MP (355 - c.418)

Ket and Wig appear in the Gesta Danorum (book 4) as the sons of Frowin, the governor of Schleswig. Wig also appears in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as the son of Freawine (Frowin), and an early Northumb...

2/2/2007 9/8/2015

Freawine MP (327 - d.)

Wikipedia: Freawine, Frowin or Frowinus figures as a governor of Schleswig in Gesta Danorum and in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as an ancestor of the kings of Wessex, but the latter source only tells th...

2/2/2007 9/8/2015

Brand MP (deceased)

King of Scandinavia Brond (?) (1) M, #102639 Last Edited=3 Feb 2006 Brond (?) is the son of Bældæg (?). (1) Child of Brond (?) -1. Gewis (?)+ (1) Forrás / Source: of Scandina...

2/2/2007 9/8/2015

Thor MP (deceased)

"Tor", "Þórr", "Thórr"

[] [] [] Trudvang (Þrúðvangar) er i den norrøne mytologien Tors rike i Åsgard. Her ligger Bilskirne (Bílskírnir), som er Tor og Siv sin bolig. Den...

9/27/2007 9/7/2015

Thormodus Torveson Torfæus (1636 - 1719)

"Thormodr Torfaeus", "Thormodus Torfæus", "Thormodr Torfason", "Thormod Torfæus", "Þormóður Torfason"

Wikipedia Biography Islandsk historiker Tormod Torfæus, wikipedia Thormodus Torfæus ( Thormodr Torfason , Thormod Torfæus , or Þormóður Torfason ) (1...

2/20/2011 8/4/2012

Snorri Sturlason MP (1179 - 1241)

"Snorre Sturlusson"

Snorri Sturluson[1] (1179 – 23 September 1241) was an Icelandic historian, poet, and politician. He was twice elected lawspeaker at the Icelandic parliament, the Althing. He was the author of th...

3/19/2007 8/4/2012

Sagaskriver på 1200 tallet. Skrev om Hamlet mm. Student på en av de to første universitetene, i Paris. Se: Saxo Grammaticus . Saxo Grammaticus (c. 1150-1220) also known as Saxo c...

1/25/2011 8/4/2012

Paul Henri Mallet (1730 - 1807)

Paul Henri Mallet (August 20, 1730 – February 8, 1807) was a Swiss writer. He was born and educated in Geneva. He became tutor in the family of the count of Calenberg in Lower Saxony. In 1...

8/4/2012 8/4/2012

Odin MP 100 (deceased)

"Alfaðir", "All-Father", "Óðinn", "Woutan", "Wotan", "Woden", "Odin", "Ódin", "Vóden", "Wodan", "Wodin", "Oden", "Odin Frithuwaldsson"

Odin= by Micha F. Lindemans The chief divinity of the Norse pantheon, the foremost of the Aesir. Odin is a son of Bor and Bestla. He is called Alfadir, Allfather, for he is indeed father of the gods....

2/2/2007 7/7/2012