Odin. Odin was the chief god of the Norse pantheon. He fathered Thor, Baldur, Hoder, Tyr, Bragi, Heimdall, Ull, Vidar, Hermod and Vali. His wives were Fjorgyn, Frigga and Rind. He roamed Midgard (the human world) seducing women so many mortals could trace their ancestry to him. He invented the runes and was at once wise, kind and cruel - perhaps representing human nature. Odin was killed by Fenrir the wolf at Ragnarok, the doom of the gods.
The original of this bronze statue was found in Lindby, Skåne, Sweden and is here reproduced in bronze. It is 4 inches tall and weighs 6.2 oz. Made in Sweden