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English: Odin, Thor and Freyr or three Christian kings on the 12th century Skog church tapestry.
Svenska: En framställning av Oden, Tor och Frej på bonaden från Skog i Hälsingland. 1000-talets slut eller omkring 1100.
Dansk: En fremstilling af de tre kristne konger Olav den Hellige, Knud den Hellige og Erik den Hellige eller Odin, Thor og Frej på et tapet fra Skog Kirke i Hälsingland. Omkring år 1100
Date Late 11th century
date QS:P,+1050-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
or early 12th century
date QS:P,+1150-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Source "Svenska konstskatter. Från äldsta tider till 1900-talets början", page 17, published by Bokförlaget Forum, Stockholm, 1949. ISBN 9928860475
Author Photographer unknown, not credited
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current15:26, 23 January 2008Thumbnail for version as of 15:26, 23 January 20081,566 × 2,000 (1.34 MB)Thuressonlarger with source
13:43, 4 October 2006Thumbnail for version as of 13:43, 4 October 2006250 × 250 (27 KB)HeliosOdin, Thor and Freyr or three Christian kings on the 12th century Skog Church tapestry. Source: http://faculty.washington.edu/leiren/vikings2.html {{pd-art}} Category:Images from Norse mythology
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