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Wodan and Frea stand out and look out of a window in the heavens. At the bottom of the page, women look up at the window with their hair tied as if beards beneath their chin. Inspired by the account of Wodan and Frea naming the Langobards from Origo Gentis Langobardorum.

Date Published ca. 1905
Source Doepler, Emil. ca. 1905. Walhall, die Götterwelt der Germanen. Martin Oldenbourg, Berlin. Top portion of page 12. Photographed by Haukurth (talk · contribs) and cropped by Bloodofox (talk · contribs).
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