Tiwaz

German - A war-god. He is said to have had only one arm and, in some versions, was a huge wooden pillar or tree, holding up the universe, like Yggdrasil. In some accounts, referred to as Tiwaz, Ear, Ear, Tyr, Er, Er, Cheru, Heimdall, Erchtag, Erchtag, Tiwaz, Hermensul, Hermensul, Herminsul, Irmensaule, Irminsul, Tiwaz, Ir, Ir, Tig, Tig, Tiu, German Tiuz, Tiw(a), Norse Tyr, Tiuz, Tiuz, Tiwaz, Tiw, Tiw, Tiwa, Tiwa, Zio, Zio, Zeus, Ziu, Ziu, Ziu-Wara, Ziu-Wara, Ziumen, Ziumen, Ziw or Ziw.
Mesopotamian - A sun-god. Occasionally known as Tiwaz, Ear, Ear, Tyr, Er, Er, Cheru, Heimdall, Erchtag, Erchtag, Tiwaz, Hermensul, Hermensul, Herminsul, Irmensaule, Irminsul, Tiwaz, Ir, Ir, Tig, Tig, Tiu, German Tiuz, Tiw(a), Norse Tyr, Tiuz, Tiuz, Tiwaz, Tiw, Tiw, Tiwa, Tiwa, Zio, Zio, Zeus, Ziu, Ziu, Ziu-Wara, Ziu-Wara, Ziumen, Ziumen, Ziw or Ziw.

Nearby Myths