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He appears in the Prologue to the Prose Edda as Vegdeg, one of Woden's sons, a mighthy king who ruled East Saxony. Although Wecta is mentioned as the father of Witta and the grandfather of Wihtgils in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Historia Brittonum, the Prose Edda reverses the order of Witta and Wihtgils in the genealogy.
His mother was Frigg (Frígídá).
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