Lilies in Norse Mythology?

Answer Lilies in Norse mythology are associated with the virgin goddess of spring Ostara. The lily symbolizes life in ancient pagan religions as opposed to death in Christian religions, according to "The ... Read More »

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Who is Brunhilda, Chief, in Norse mythology?

In Norse mythology, Brunhilda was the chief of the Valkyries. She was the daughter of Budli. The Valkyries were a group of female-only warriors and their name meant "Chooser of the Slain."Reference... Read More »

The Difference Between Norse & Vikings?

The Norse were people from Scadinavia during medieval times, whereas Vikings was a term used to describe Norse explorers, the warriors who explored and settled in various areas of Europe. As Vikin... Read More »

Norse Viking Tattoo Ideas?

People often get tattoos to express a sense of connection with a thing, place, topic or culture. Whether you are a Norwegian proud of your Viking ancestors, a mythology buff specializing in Norse s... Read More »

What Norse god would hold a great feast for heroic viking warriors?

Norse mythology portrayed Odin, the father of the gods, sitting at a feast with "sword-slain warriors" in the feasting hall of Valhalla. Odin was also famous for his wisdom (for which he traded one... Read More »