Odin is generally considered to be the leader of the Norse gods.
Odin, also called Woden or Wotan
Because of Woden, aka Odin, the leader of the Norse Gods.Wednesday is a corruption of "Woden's Day".Wednesday through Friday are named for Norse Gods.
The Norse had many gods in their religion. Thor and Odin were major gods for the Norse.
Yes, the Vikings were the Norse "pirates".
if my memory serves right (which it might not) it is Odin nors god of wisdom
Norse gods were broken in to Aesir or Vaenir.
There were two races of gods in Norse mythology: Aesir and Vanir.
That Woden (Odin) was king of the Norse gods.
Asgard is usually considered the main abode of the Norse gods.
Some Norse gods were Odin, the chief god and Thor the god of thunder.
If by "Race" you mean skin colour; the Norse gods were caucasian. There were no dark skinned peoples living in Scandinavia at the time. Otherwise, the Norse gods, as a race were called the Aesir.
The Norse gods fell due to Ragnarok which was a series of events sending in a giant battle in which the major gods were killed.
The days of the week are in part named after Norse gods (and also after the sun and the moon, which are not Norse gods).
Norse mythology is quite complicated, but the main enemies of the Norse gods were the Frost Giants. There is also one Norse god named Loki who was working against the interests of the other gods; probably he was the single greatest threat.
There are many Norse gods. Odin, Thor, Loki, Freya, Frey, and Ullr are some.
Ragnarok is the Norse term for the doom of the gods and the end of the world as we know it.
We believe that these golden apples granted the Norse gods youth.
The Norse Gods has a website! Wikipedia also contains results pertaining to The Norse Gods. Your local library may have books related to the topic available for checkout.
No the Norse gods could die, unlike the Greek gods. During Ragnarok (norse end of world) Odin and Thor both dies. Manny more deaths of gods have been told of in the myths.
Odin was father and ruler of the Norse gods.