Vagn, Reið

Full skal signa ok við fári sjá ok verpa lauki í lǫg; þá ek þat veit, at þér verðr aldri meinblandinn mjǫðr.
The Full shall you sign and guard against peril, and a leek cast in the liquor: then I know that you
will never have mead mixed with treachery. As shall be demonstrated, the Veizla is broken up into three different parts: the Leikr, the Reið, and the Blót. The Reið, or Procession, is a very important aspect of this, with the Vagn or Wagon/Cart as its central

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