Earliest mention of Odin, the “King of the Gods”, found in a treasure from Denmark

A gold pendant recently unearthed in Denmark bears the earliest known inscription depicting the Norse god Odin.

archaeologists Think of the pendant – technically called a bracteate and made of thin, stamped gold – dates from the fifth century AD, making it 150 years older than the oldest known artefact to date that mentions Norse mythology.

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