Ēse

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Þā Ēse sind þā grēateste Godu þǣre Hǣðne ǣ. Þā yfemest þāra Ēse godu sind Ƿōden, Þunor, and Tīƿ, and sēo yfemest gyden is Frīġ. Þǣr sind tū ƿord fōr "god" on Ealdum Englisce: ōs and god. Þus, þā Ēse sind for þǣm ƿord ōs namod.

Þā Ēse ƿuniaþ on Ōsgeard, and gestandaþ fōr mægene, ongytenes, ƿīsdōme, gūðe, and ōðrum æðelum.

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Þēodisc Hǣðenscipe

Getalu Þēodisc Goda | Ēse | Ƿēna | Entas | Ylfe | Dƿeorgas | Ƿælcyrgan | Einherjar | Ƿyrda
Ƿōden | Þunor | Ing | Frēo | Logðer | Balder | Tīƿ | Yggdrasil | Ginnungagap | Ragnarök
Fruman:
Poetic Edda | Prose Edda | Þā Saga | Volsung Cycle | Tyrfing Cycle
Rūnstānas | Eald Norþmannisc sprǣc | Rihtƿrītung | Later influence
Society:
Ƿīcinga Ieldu | Scop | Kenning | Blōt | Sīeþ | Getalu
Þā Nigon Ƿorulda Þēodisc Hǣðenscipe | Menn, stedas, and þing