Anglo-Saxon Lore, Gods, Demigods, Heroes, Symbols, and Other Famous Mythological Characters

Baldaeg

The Anglo-Saxon version of Balder. Occasionally referred to as Baldaeg, Baeldaez, Baeldaez, Baeldeg, Baeldeg or Baldeg.

Beaw

A fertility-god. Sometimes referred to as Beaw, Beow or Beow.

Beowulf

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Berroc

The sacred oak tree. Sometimes identified as Berroc, Barruc or Barruc.

Chasse Artur

The Anglo-Saxon version of the Wild Hunt. In some accounts, known as Chasse Artur.

Eager

A sea-god. Sometimes known as Eager, Norse Aegir or Norse Aegir.

Grendel

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Haedcyn

Son of King Hredel. Sometimes identified as Haedcyn, Haethcyn or Haethcyn.

Scritta

A monster. Also known as Scritta, Celtic Dus, Celtic Dus, Schratt, Scrat, German Scrat, German Scrat, Dus or Skratti.

Sib

A goddess. Also called Sib, German Sippia or German Sippia.

Tig

A war-god. Occasionally referred to as Tig, Tiu, Tiu, Tyr, German Tiuz, German Tiuz, Tiw(a), Tiw(a), Tiwaz, Norse Tyr, Norse Tyr or Tiwaz.

Vulder

The god of winter. Sometimes referred to as Vulder, Wulder, Wulder, Uller, Wuldor, Wuldor, Norse Uller or Norse Uller.

Wecta

Son of Woden. At times, identified as Wecta.

Widia

Son of Wayland. In some accounts he is equated with Witege. Also identified as Widia, Norse Wittich or Norse Wittich.

Witta

An ancestor of Hengist. At times, referred to as Witta.

Woden

A war-god. Father of Wecta. At times, known as Woden, Grim, Grim, Wodan, Odin, Odin, Alrida, Asa, Father of Battle, Fothin, God of the Hanged, High One, The, Oder, Odhinn, Odnir, Othin, Othinn, Othinus, Othr, Othur, Ouvin, sacred birds, Thekkr, Thror, Throv, Thrud, Thrudr, Uggerus, Voden, Wish God, Wotan, Wuotan, Alfader, Alfadir, Alfodr, All-father, All-seer, Asa, Atridr, Balegyr, Bilegyr, Bileya, Breit-Hut, Farma-Tyr, Feng, Fiollnir, Fimbultyr, Fiolsvidr, Fiornir, Fjdnir, Fjolsvidr, Fjorner, Furor, Gagavaldur, Galgagramr, Gander, Gangrad, Geignudr, Glapsvidir, Grimmr, Grimnir, Hacke(l)berg, Hackelberend, Hakol-berend, Hanga-Tyr, Hangagud, Har(bard), Harr, Helblindi, Her-Tyr, Herfadir, Herfather, Herian, Herjan, Hnikar, HoodedOne, Hrafna(-god), Hropt, Iafn-Har, Irmin, Jafenhar, Janfar, Karlafbuge, King of Lidskialf, Ofrir, Omi, One-eyed, Oski, Othin(n), Rosterus, Sidfod(i)r, Sidhottr, Sigfadir, Sigtyr, Skidskegg, Svafnir, Sygtyr, (The) High One, Thekkr, Thror, Thrud(r), Thunderer, Vafud, Vak, Valfadir, Valfather, Valfodr, Valkjosandi, Vax, Vech(a), Vegtam, Veratyr, Viator-indefessus, Vidforull, Wanderer, Wayfarer, Wild Huntsman, Yggdrasil, Ygg(r), German Grim, Votan, W(u)otan, Saxon Irmin, Rafnagud, Porun, Wooanaz, Wooanaz, German Wodan, German Wodan, Norse Odin, Norse Odin or Irmin.

Wyrd

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Anglo-Saxon Mythology