Origin : Germanic Mythology,
Pronunciation : VO-dahn (German) ,
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Additional information Wodan:
Continental Germanic cognate of Óðinn (see ODIN).
Songs about Wodan:
Wodan Heerst by Heidevolk from the Album Walhalla Wacht
Wodan Heerst (Bonus) by Heidevolk from the Album De Strijdlust Is Geboren
Arminius, Op. 43: Introduction: Wir, Wodans freie Sohne (Chorus) - Duet: Frei schwebt der Adler in den Luften... by Hans Christoph Begemann from the Album Bruch, M.: Arminius [Oratorio]
H Light [Wodan Mix] by Pureh from the Album Signia
Rotten Fruit (Wodan Remix) by Dragons of Edin from the Album Lo-Vibes Recordings 10th Anniversary - Mo'Fun -
Verdi: Attila: Sia gloria a Wodan by Margherita Roberti Boris Christoff from the Album Attila
Wodan by Thorondir from the Album Aus Jenen Tagen
Books about Wodan:
The Lord of the Horses (Wodan's Children, Bk 3) by Diana L. Paxson (Mar 1996)
The Dragons of the Rhine (Wodan's Children, Book 2) by Diana L. Paxson (Jan 1995)
The Wolf and the Raven (Wodan's Children Book 1) by Diana L. Paxson and Lorrie Wood (Jun 26, 2013)
The Lord of Horses (Wodan's children) by Diana L. Paxson (Jan 1997)
Wodan's Bath House and other future Histories by Paul Jennings (Aug 23, 2012)
Anation. Wodans Lebenshauch: Von keltischer Götterdämmerung 1 (German Edition) by Astrid Rauner (Sep 30, 2011)
Wiki information Wodan:
Woden or Wodan is a major deity of Anglo-Saxon and Continental Germanic polytheism. With his Norse counterpart, Odin, Woden represents a development of the Proto-Germanic god *Wōdanaz. He is the namesake for the English-language day of the week...
Wōđanaz or Wōđinaz is the reconstructed Proto-Germanic name of a god of Germanic paganism, known as Odin in Norse mythology, Woden in Old English, Wodan or Wotan in Old High German and Godan in Lombardic. The name may be written with an asterisk in...