Byggvir is a figure in Norse mythology. The only surviving mention of Byggvir appears in the prose beginning of Lokasenna, and stanzas 55 through 56 of the same poem, where he is referred to as one of Freyr's servants and as the husband of Beyla. Bygg is the Old Norse word for barley. Subsequently, Byggvir [ˈbyɡːvir] is often identified with this etymology of his name and connections have been placed with the mentioning of Byggvir's described involvement with mill-grinding as being potential references to barley processing. Comparisons to the Anglo-Saxon figure of Beowa (Old English "barley") have been put forth.
Abstract interpretations of the entities that inhabit the landscape of polytheistic beliefs. Abstract Polytheism is a very special collection of art. These deities were discussed with my mother as a kid to help expand my mind in an otherwise close minded world. Which is why the deities being represented are not your average deities.
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