The Celts and the Nords Picture

This is an interpretation of mythological comparisons between the Celts and the Nords, with a historical background based on the assumption that the Celts interpolated some Nordic concepts to their myths during the First Wave of viking raids, between the 8th and 9th centuries.

I imitated the Book of Kells (and stole a knot) for this picture... That's why their limbs look so weird...
Anyway, it's a bunch of coloured pencils over some outlines of ink.

There's the shared ideas of a canine pursuer of the sun, symbolic presences of ravens and squirrels, an ouroboros (Nords' Jormungandr), a world tree of life, and a well of knowledge (lololol Odin's eye is in the one on the right).
The figures present are Queen Medb and Odin, Ruler of Asgard.

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