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Women of Mythology; Warriors, Mothers & Virgins: The Art of Howard David Johnson; Women of Greek, Roman, Norse & Asian Mythology

Women of Mythology; Warriors, Mothers & Virgins: The Art of Howard David Johnson; Women of Greek, Roman, Norse & Asian Mythology

Women of Mythology; Warriors, Mothers & Virgins: The Art of Howard David  Johnson; Women of Greek, Roman, Norse & Asian Mythology

Women of Mythology; Warriors, Mothers & Virgins: The Art of Howard David Johnson; Women of Greek, Roman, Norse & Asian Mythology

Valkyrie Maiden", right  [MMX Mixed Media]  The Valkyries were the daughters of Odin from Norse mytholgy who would collect the dead from the battlefields. This illustration is from the Ring Cycle from Norse Mythology which was used as the pattern for the Lord of the Rings.

Valkyrie Maiden", right [MMX Mixed Media] The Valkyries were the daughters of Odin from Norse mytholgy who would collect the dead from the battlefields. This illustration is from the Ring Cycle from Norse Mythology which was used as the pattern for the Lord of the Rings.

Iðunn,  Idunn, (means "forever young" pr. EE-doon aka Iduna, Idunna or Ithun) was the goddess of youth, fertility and regeneration as well as the wife of Bragi. Iðunn appears in the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna and appears in some modern editions of the Poetic Edda, in the late poem Hrafnagaldr Óðins. The Aesir maintained their immortality by eating the golden apples of the sweet and beautiful goddess Iðunn.

Iðunn, Idunn, (means "forever young" pr. EE-doon aka Iduna, Idunna or Ithun) was the goddess of youth, fertility and regeneration as well as the wife of Bragi. Iðunn appears in the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna and appears in some modern editions of the Poetic Edda, in the late poem Hrafnagaldr Óðins. The Aesir maintained their immortality by eating the golden apples of the sweet and beautiful goddess Iðunn.

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female elf fighter ranger wood wild costume cosplay LARP armor clothes clothing fashion player character npc | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

THE GIANT KILLERS.  Norse Myths and Legends: Illustrations of Norse Mythology; Mythic Norse Art by Contemporary American Artist Howard David Johnson

THE GIANT KILLERS. Norse Myths and Legends: Illustrations of Norse Mythology; Mythic Norse Art by Contemporary American Artist Howard David Johnson

Frigg, Queen of Asgard and wife of Odin, mother to Baldur and step mother to Thor, Tyr, Hermodr, Hödur, and Bragi was first and foremost among the Asynjur or Norse goddesses. She was the only one who could sit with Odin on his throne, Hlidskjalf (located in Valaskjalf), and look down on everything that transpired in the universe. She was a prophetess who spun the clouds. Her name means beloved lady in the Old Norse

Frigg, Queen of Asgard and wife of Odin, mother to Baldur and step mother to Thor, Tyr, Hermodr, Hödur, and Bragi was first and foremost among the Asynjur or Norse goddesses. She was the only one who could sit with Odin on his throne, Hlidskjalf (located in Valaskjalf), and look down on everything that transpired in the universe. She was a prophetess who spun the clouds. Her name means beloved lady in the Old Norse

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