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Ravens Huginn and Muninn


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Product Information

The Raven, curious and mischievous, has appeared in the mythologies of many ancient peoples. Some of the more common stories are from those of Greek, Celtic, Norse, Pacific Northwest, and Roman mythology.

Ravens are particularly important in Norse mythology where the god of the Aesir pantheon, Odin, is sometimes referred to as the Raven God. It is said that two ravens, Huginn and Muninn, were loyal to Odin and flew around the world gathering information.

In Celtic tradition the raven is the oldest and wisest of the animals. The Morrigan was a shape shifting Celtic Goddess of War, Fate and Death. She presided over fresh waters. She remains an appropriate deity for the strong and independent.

Hand sculpted then hand cast in lead free pewter Huginn and Muninn measure 3 1/2" from beak to tail and has 2 push pins with locking caps.

Product Code: KP-12

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Kilt Worthy

My pin did arrive today and I absolutely love it (it was definitely worth the wait)! Also knowing that I have the second one made makes it even more awesome than it already is. Huggin and Munnin are going to find their new home on my 8 yard weathered black watch kilt!

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