Bragi

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Bragi was one of the newest gods in the mythology of the Vikings. He was often seen with a harp. He was shown as an old man with long gray hair and a long gray beard. He died at the tusks of the Dwarven battle-boar at Ragnarok. His wife was Iðunn, keeper of the apples of the Gods. Bragi was also the god of music and the harp. He woke the world up in the morning with his harp music.

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