Thorwald’s Cross-Slab – Andeas 128
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Above and below the figure are what appear to be spears, but they are tied in a knot.
The other side shows a scene from Ragnarök – a figure with a bird on his shoulder (Oðin with one of his ravens) is being swallowed by a wolf.
This represents the death of Oðin:
“The wolf will swallow Oðin and that will be his death.”
The two scenes appear to represent the triumph of Christianity over the pagan religion.