Lucius Septimius Odaenathus Odaenathus g. 205?

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Anv a-bezh d'ar c'hanedigezh Lucius Septimius Odaenathus Odaenathus
Kentanvioù all Audun Langbarðr (Norse), Odon (Frankish), Ennodius (Roman), Audenius (Dacian), Udon (Alternate Spelling), Odon (Alternate Spelling), Odolius (Alternate Spelling Latin), Doli (Jesus College), Odin map Gordomni (Welsh)
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Lucius Septimius Herod ? (Langbardi) [Idumean]

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205? ganedigezh: Palmyra, Syria

eured: Septimia Bathzabbai Zénobie ? (Zenobia) [Zenobi] a. a. > 274

230? bugel: Herod (Hairan) Septimius Palmyra (Sigi Odinsson) [Idumean] g. 230? a. a. 267

230? bugel: Palmyra, Herod Septimius Palmyra (Hodr, Hermod, Hairan) [Idumean] g. 230? a. a. 267

260 bugel: Lucius Julius Aurelius Septimius Vaballathus Athenodorus ? (Balder Odinsson) [Gallus] g. 260

< 267 darvoud all: Italy, Battle of the Piedmont

Notennoù

Patrom:Link-type:Make-believe This Odin was the progenitor of the clans Waelsing (Walloon, Waldense) and Ulving (Denmark, Jutland)

Odin may have been a candidate for the historical Oden the one-eyed Nordic god. It was rumored that one of Odin's wives was a giantess (Roman) who came from the lands of Muspelheim (Land of Fire/Heat). According to the allegorical styling of the nordic bards, this would indicate that Odin may have been was married to a Roman woman from North Africa. It is possible that Odin himself belonged to the Gallic family of Ennodius through his mother or daughter.

In his work Historia gentis Langobardorum, Paul the Deacon (d.790), relates how Odin's wife Freia (Frigg/Freyja) had given victory to the Langobards in a war against the Vandals. This story may have been in reference to this Odenathus and Zenobia during the early days of the westward migrations of the Gothic Langobards, else it may have been in reference to a later Queen Fritigil of the Marcomannians. Patrom:Needsources

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Lucius Septimius Odaenathus Odaenathus
ganedigezh: 205?, Palmyra, Syria
eured: Septimia Bathzabbai Zénobie ? (Zenobia)
darvoud all: < 267, Italy, Battle of the Piedmont
== 3 ==
Bugale
Herod (Hairan) Septimius Palmyra (Sigi Odinsson)
ganedigezh: 230?
marvidigezh: 267, Assasination
Anna Nepos
ganedigezh: Balearic Islands
Lucius Julius Aurelius Septimius Vaballathus Athenodorus ? (Balder Odinsson)
ganedigezh: 260
annez: Bellus, Vall d'Albaida, Valencia, Spain
titl: 273, King of Palmyra
darvoud all: 274, Exile
Herod Septimius Palmyra (Hodr, Hermod, Hairan)
ganedigezh: 230?, Palmyra
darvoud all: co-king of Palmyra, Palmyra
marvidigezh: 267, Palmyra, assassination
Bugale
Bugale-vihan
Josephus Phaetus Gallus
ganedigezh: > 274
annez: Atlantic Islands
Gallia Zenobia
ganedigezh: 280?
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