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File:The Sacrifice of Odin by Frølich.jpg


Odin sacrifices himself to himself by hanging from the world tree Yggdrasil (which is inhabited by various creatures), as attested in Hávamál. Image appears as an illustration for Hávamál. No caption or title given in work.

Date Published in 1895.
Source Published in Gjellerup, Karl (1895). Den ældre Eddas Gudesange. Photographed from a 2001 reprint by bloodofox ( talk · contribs).
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