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With an axe in one hand, Winfrid (later Saint Boniface) holds a white crucifix over the fallen Thor's Oak while one of his attendants pray and the other solemnly holds an axe. The Chatti, a Germanic tribe, look on.

Date Published ca. 1905
Source Doepler, Emil. ca. 1905. Walhall, die Götterwelt der Germanen. Martin Oldenbourg, Berlin. Page 16. Photographed by Haukurth ( talk · contribs) and cropped by Bloodofox ( talk · contribs).
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