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Gígja Braga - Bragis Lyre. 3d printed

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Matte Gold Steel
Gígja Braga - Bragis Lyre. 3d printed
Gígja Braga - Bragis Lyre. 3d printed

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Gígja Braga - Bragis Lyre.

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  • 3D printed in Matte Gold Steel: Enrobed in 24k gold and slightly textured with visible print lines.
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Bragi is the skaldic god of poetry in Norse mythology.
In the Prose Edda Snorri writes; "How should one periphrase Bragi? By calling him husband of Iðunn, first maker of poetry, and the long-bearded god (after his name, a man who has a great beard is called Beard-Bragi), and son of Odin."

Etymology

Bragi is generally associated with bragr, the Norse word for poetry. The name of the god may have been derived from bragr, or the term bragr may have been formed to describe 'what Bragi does'. A connection between the name Bragi and Old English brego 'chieftain' has been suggested but is generally now discounted. A connection between Bragi and the bragarfull 'promise cup' is sometimes suggested, as bragafull, an alternate form of the word, might be translated as 'Bragi's cup'. See Bragarfull.

(From Eddapedia.org)

A Bragi pendant by EVBM for Ásatrú Store.

What's in the Box
INCM
Gígja Braga - Bragis Lyre.
Matte Gold Steel
Width
3.3 cm
Height
4.4 cm
Depth
0.6 cm

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