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Idun (Old Norse: Iðunn; meaning "Rejuvenator," pronounced IH-dune) is the goddess of youth, immortality, rejuvenation, and spring in Norse mythology. She is the wife of the god Bragi.


Biography

Idun is the keeper of the magical apples of immortality, which the gods must eat to preserve their youth. Her father is the god Ivald, and she is the sister of the goddess Nanna. She lives in the Grove of Brunnaker.

Description

Idun is symbolized by an apple and long golden hair. Her animal is the eagle. Colors associated with her are yellow, apple red, and apple green. Offerings to Idun should be apples or nuts. The time to honor Idun is Samhain and when dealing with health issues.

In Vikings

Idun visits Hvitserk.

Appearances

Season six appearances
New Beginnings The Prophet Ghosts, Gods, and Running Dogs All The Prisoners The Key
Death and the Serpent The Ice Maiden Valhalla Can Wait Resurrection The Best Laid Plans
King of Kings All Change The Signal Lost Souls All At Sea
The Final Straw The Raft of the Medusa It's Only Magic The Lord Giveth The Last Act
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