Freyr T-Shirt | Norse / Celtic Wild Boar Warrior | Ferocity in Battle
In Norse mythology Freyr is a god who belongs to the Vanir tribe. One Old Norse poem calls him “the foremost of the gods” and “hated by none.” Freyr rode a large boar named Gullinbursti (golden mane). Snorri states that his chariot was pulled by the same boar. As well, his sister Freya also had a wild boar at her side named Hildisvini (battle swine).
As well, during the Viking era and especially in the Celtic / Gaelic culture, the wild boar represented courage, bravery and ferocity in battle.
Material: 100% Cotton, Gildan Brand
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