Viking Beyla

Beyla - Farm Servant to Norse God Freyr

Beyla is a servant to Freyr, Norse god of virility. She looks after his realm with her husband Byggvir. Because of her association with Freyr's farm, Beyla personifies agriculture and the seeds from which crops grow.

Byggvir shares the root of his name with Bygg, the Old Norse word for barley. True to this origin, he is a mill grinder and bread maker. Beyla's name may be tied to cows, beans or bees. Together, they represent the enduring spirit of Scandinavia's bounty, an ideal pair to serve a virile god.


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