Detail from a tapestry found in the Oseberg ship priestess burial, showing three females. The burial happened around 834 AD in Vestfold, Norway. Oseberg probably means "The Mound of the Aesir (gods)", ("Asa bergr") where two women of high standing were buried together with a lot of ritual artifacts, probably indicating that they were priestesses.The three females in the tapestry probably represent ritual participants or mythical beings.
Odin Rattle. Odin is the North European Chief, a position that once belonged to Tyr.