Is Odin a Roman god? Odin is a god in Norse mythology, who was associated with healing, death, knowledge, sorcery, poetry, battle and the runic alphabet. He was the husband of the goddess Freya or Frigg.
Who is Odin in Roman? Odin appears as a prominent god throughout the recorded history of Northern Europe, from the Roman occupation of regions of Germania (from c. 2 BCE) through movement of peoples during the Migration Period (4th to 6th centuries CE) and the Viking Age (8th to 11th centuries CE).
What did the Romans call Odin? Tuesday is named after Tyr (Roman: Mars), the god of war; Wednesday after Wotan (Odin; Roman: Mercury); Thursday after Thunor (i.e. Donar/Thor; Roman: Jupiter), the god of thunder, and; Friday after Frige (Frigg/Freya; Roman: Venus).
Who is the Greek version of Odin? Zeus is the king of the gods in Greek mythology, whilst Odin is the king in Norse mythology.