Yggdrasil Tree of Life Round Floor Rug Viking Decor
$29.99 - $49.99
This german-produced loomed rug features the Yggdrasil, with the dragon Nidhoggr in its roots, Odin's wolves Geri and Freki at either side, his ravens Hugin and Munin in the branches, and above the tree the eagle of Yggdrasil.
Comes in 4 Sizes (shown in Diameter)
Easy to Vacuum
Odin was said to be accompanied by two wolves named Freki and Geri. These wolves were said to represent hunger and thirst, respectively. Odin was known as a fierce warrior, and wolves were said to symbolize his power and strength.
Vikings also wore wolves as symbols of their strength and power. The wolf was considered to be a symbol of bravery and strength, so wearing wolf symbolism was popular to embrace this power in battle.
Freki and Geri were also said to be the defenders of the dead. They were often seen accompanying the Vikings on their final journey to the afterlife.
For men, wolves can be worn as a symbol of power and strength, while for women, can be worn as a symbol of protection.