Benetheta cloth

The Benetsasch Eta Robe

Benetnasch Eta Robe represents a harp.The harp is an archaic instrument, present in many mythologies. In Norse mytology it is the symbol of the god Bragi, the son of Odin and god of wisdom and poetry, patron of the troubadours. Born in a cave, he always carried a golden harp in hand and his songs were budding trees and flowers. When he played his songs sound the quickening of his notes amounted to the abode of the gods and then descended to the underworld. On one occasion, Loki insulted Bragi, eventually being kicked out of Asgard.

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