Odin the Allfather, rides Sleipnir, his eight legged stallion. Sleipnir means 'slippy', or 'the slipper' in Old Norse and is regarded the best of all horses. Accounts of Odin's magical steed come from the Prose Edda and other medieval sources. Depictions of the horse also appear on at least two Runestones and this design is based on the famous Tjängvide image stone an archaeological artefact from the Viking Age in Sweden.
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