Hugin and Munin sitting at Odin's shoulders, illustration from an Icelandic manuscript around year 1700.
Hugin and Munin are two ravens, commonly associated with Odin. They bring Odin news from the world, when he sends them out. Their names translate as thought and memory, respectively.
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Odin enthroned and holding his spear Gungnir, flanked by his ravens Huginn and Muninn and wolves Geri and Freki (1882) by Carl Emil Doepler
A plate from a Vendel era helmet featuring a figure riding a horse, holding a spear and shield, and confronted by a serpent. The rider is accompanied by two birds.
A C-type bracteate (DR BR42) featuring a figure above a horse flanked by a bird.