The Northern Grove Týr is the god of Law, the althing, Justice, The Sky, and heroic glory in Norse mythology, portrayed as a one-handed man. Corresponding names in other Germanic languages are Gothic Teiws, Old English Tīw and Old High German Ziu and Cyo, all from Proto-Germanic *Tîwaz. The Latinised name is Tius or Tio. The English name Tuesday is derived from Old English Tiwesdæg and Middle English Tewesday, meaning "Tīw's Day", the day of Tiw or Týr. art by maverikelf.deviantart.com

Tyr & Fenrir by MaverikElf DeviantArt This is the Norse god Tyr, who lost his hand to the monstrous wolf Fenrir (Loki's son). He placed his hand in the wolf's mouth as an act of faith while the rest of the Aesir bound Fenrir with a magic rope.

Sterling Silver Oden's Ravens & Helm of Awe Ring, Mens Wedding Band, Raven Jewelry, Odin Viking Ring, Custom Size 1160

Sterling Silver Oden's Ravens & Helm of Awe Ring, Mens Wedding Band, Raven Jewelry, Odin Viking Ring, Custom Size 1160

leif ericson dayt | ... Commemoratives | (2000) Leif Ericson Millennium | Coin Value Guide

leif ericson dayt | ... Commemoratives | (2000) Leif Ericson Millennium | Coin Value Guide

"The Giant Killers" Odin, [far right] His son Thor, the god of thunder Old High German Donar- from whom Thor's day AKA Thursday is named is shown with his mighty hammer Mjolnir. Also accompanying them is Loki, half-giant [Jotunn] and half-Aesir.

Odin, THor, Loki: Mythic Norse Art by Contemporary American Artist Howard David Johnson

Tyr & Fenrir - Tyr knows that he cannot stop Ragnarök, & he may feel that he is betraying his pet, but he is the only one who can accomplish what is required & his oath to his comrades is older than the compassion he shares with Fenrir, who is feared by all other Aesir. Tyr binds him & willingly pays the price. He knows he will lose his hand in the process. He does not flinch.

Tyr is the Norse God of war and patron deity of the old Saxons. He sacrificed his right hand, so that the wolf Fe. Tyr and Fenris Sketch

Odin (/ˈoʊdɨn/; from Old Norse Óðinn) is a major god in Norse mythology, the Allfather of the gods, and the ruler of Asgard. Homologous with the Old English "Wōden", the Old Saxon "Wôdan" and the Old High German "Wôtan".

from Old Norse Óðinn) is a major god in Norse mythology, the Allfather of the gods, and the ruler of Asgard. Homologous with the Old English "Wōden", the Old Saxon "Wôdan" and the Old High German "Wôtan".

In Norse mythology, Þrymr was king of the jotnar. In one legend, he stole Mjollnir, Thor's hammer, to extort the gods into giving him Freyja as his wife.

References for naming/robot units. In Norse mythology, Þrymr was king of the jotnar. In one legend, he stole Mjollnir, Thor's hammer, to extort the gods into giving him Freyja as his wife. Artwork for Fate of the Norns.

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