(JaiChai) “Eda” — Original Digital Art

“Eda”

[From my new “Viking Women Warriors” Opensea Collection: https://opensea.io/collection/vikingwomenwarriors]

Eda was another goddess in Old Norse mythology and was believed to have been the guardian of wealth.

The name, which means “strife for wealth”, is also commonly spelled as Ede or Edda.

Since Viking times, the name has spread around the world and is also popular in Turkey and Italy, although less so in the latter country in modern times since Benito Mussolini had a daughter named Edda.

(Source: https://scandification.com/female-viking-names-norse-female-names/)

Enjoy the Original Art.

May you and yours be well and loving life today.

In Lak’ech, JaiChai

[See more of my NFT collections on OpenSea:
https://opensea.io/collection/proudstrongbeautifulb; https://opensea.io/collection/exoticallure, https://opensea.io/collection/orbitingoutliers, https://opensea.io/collection/isoc, https://opensea.io/collection/quaevolant and https://opensea.io/collection/ancientaliendigs]

(JaiChai 04 Oct 2022. Simultaneous multi-site submissions posted. All rights reserved.)

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JaiChai

I'm retired (U.S. military) and living on an island paradise with my girlfriend, teenage daughter and two dogs.