Almáttki áss

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Old Norse hinn almáttki áss = 'the almighty god' (see also Æsir)

Unnamed god in an oath formula in Ólafs saga Tryggvasonar and in the Landnámabók:

"Hjálpi mér svá Freyr ok Njǫrðr ok hinn almáttki áss" = 'So help me Freyr and Njǫrðr and the almighty As'. The oath is made on a temple ring and the three gods are called upon to witness the oath. There are some theories who this unnamed god may be: Ullr, Óðinn or Þórr.

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References

  1. Rudolf Simek: Dictionary of Northern Mythology (1993)