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Sailing Boat 'Odin' found at Germaniahafen in Kiel.
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A small boat named Oden, with a stylised Viking head with beard and horned helmet. Seen on the canal in central Amsterdam.

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A copy of a Viking-Age silver pendant excavated at Ribe, and interpreted as representing Odin. Details about the exhibition can be found at

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An edition and translation of the skaldic poem Vellekla ('Gold-Shortage') by poetEinarr skálaglamm ‘cup-tinkle’ Helgason, c. 980, in honour of Earl Hákon. The edition and translation is excerpted fromThe Longman Anthology…

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An edition and translation of the skaldic poemHúsdrápa ('Eulogy on the House') by the poetÚlfr Uggason (early 990s). The edition and translation is excerpted fromThe Longman Anthology of Old English, Old Icelandic, and…

An edition and translation of the skaldic 'shield' poemHaustlǫng (Harvest-Long) by poetÞjóðólfr of Hvinir, c. 900. The edition and translation is excerpted fromThe Longman Anthology of Old English, Old Icelandic, and…

A scholarly edition of the late Eddic (or Eddic-style) poem 'Hrafnagaldur Óðins' (Odin's Raven Spell) by Annette Lassen, for the Viking Society for Norther Research (2011). The edition is available to download as a PDF.

Odin on Sleipnir' is a frieze by Dagfin Werenskiold that is displayed outside Oslo City Hall together with eleven other friezes of his. The friezes are made of pine deck timber, impregnated with linseed oil, and then painted and gilded with gold or…
In this episode we take a look at the "Hávamál": a text written as part of the Poetic Edda in late 13th Century Iceland. Hávamál means "the Words of the High One"; the High One being Odin, chief of the Norse gods. Dig it!

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Since the founding of the club, kayaks at Vordingborg Ro- og Kajakklub (Rowing and Kayak Club) have traditionally been named after figures from Norse mythology, both well-known and more obscure.

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Mathias found a coin from the 800s in Munkebo. It is a rare example of a well-preserved coin featuring a face that is probably Odin on one side, and a monster on the other. It was minted in Ribe.

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Strong beer brewed by Ørbæk Bryggeri in Denmark, with mead added. The label features an image widely interpreted as Odin from the left side of the Vendel 1 helmet from a seventh-century ship burial.

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An IT company trading on the name of Odin. Nothing on the website explains why they have chosen the Norse god's name for their company.
A short cartoon about how Odin created the world. Not entirely accurate but introduces some basic concepts. This video is part of a series by KeltieCochrane about Norse mythology.

Free vector image based on the depiction of Sleipnir on the Tjängvide image stone (G 110)

A type of Norwegian flatbread made using potato flour so that it is gluten-free. It is made by Biri flatbrødfabrikk. There is no known connection between the god Odin and this flatbread.

Scandinavian Cafe and Bakery in Nottingham named after the Norse god Odin, who feasted the einherjar in Valhalla.

A camper van decorated with an image of Odinn.

Odins Haddeby is the cafe, restaurant and beer garden located in the vicinity of the Hedeby Viking Museum.
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