f82r names of women and amulet

Folio 82r show a lot of text but also on the bottom these women:

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The thing in hand of woman on f82r  is a Freyja amulet probablyThe picture below is found in a grave in Sweden, and is a  Freyja amulet which probably hangs on a cord  as a medaillon.

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silver amulet of the Norse goddess Freyja

Gabriel Hildebrand SHMM :  link:  http://mis.historiska.se/mis/sok/fid.asp?fid=107873
A Viking period silver amulet of the Norse goddess Freyja found in Aska in Hagebyhöga parish, Aska hundred, Vadstena municipality, Östergötland, Sweden.

freyja-amulet

But it could be anything, even the logo or “Arms of Sir Thomas Hoo, 1st Baron Hoo and Hastings, KG”.  As can be seen on 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Hoo,_Baron_Hoo_and_Hastings

 

On that page the logo or “arms” is displayed with the text: Honi soit qui mal y pense

more on that text here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honi_soit_qui_mal_y_pense

 

The womens on f82r on the bottom left are then possibly  Freyja and or Fulla ?

If a star represents a godess, then they are not, because they have no star attached.

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fulla

But it could mean that the other woman and their names are displayed here in the godess of deities: Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Germanic_deities

* Another resemblance was found some months later when i researched the Alemannic language (old German). I found this picture of a grave of a woman.

Have a look at the picture 3:  Grällili un Ohrering as Biigab.

You see a copper ring that was used as necklace or as earring (Ohrering) from around 7th century.

 

The text displays: (EVA translation)

flow? – waterflow? River? left:  1 H darol
flow? – waterflow? River? right:  2 H daryry

on top: from left to right nymph:
Top row of nymph labels,  nymph with object behind her back:  3 H okar

nymph with raised arms, at top of “water slide”: 4 H okal
nymph: 5 H okoldy
nymph, hand in tube: 6 H okairady

Bottom row of nymph labels
small nymph: 7 H sororl
nymph, one arm raised:  8 H olko ky

two nymphs, one very small: 9 H sokoly
nymph, chest deep: 10 H dolol
nymph, chest deep: 11 H olaiin
nymph, chest deep: 12 H okeeor

What she is holding could be also something else. More on that later, first i have to note on which page, which woman is holding what and then i complete it here on this page.

update 17.2.2016

A probable explanation at this point is that she is holding a special or magical item. In the line of the book it could be a simple ‘zodiac bracelet or symbolic item’.Such as this from  https://www.loc.gov/resource/amed.200149120/?sp=83

zodiac bracelet

Ancient Irish Gorget for the neck: of gold, reddish in colour, and very pure: weighs 16⅓ oz. Now in the National Museum, Dublin.

http://gutenberg.readingroo.ms/3/3/4/3/33439/33439-h/33439-h.htm

Irish bracelet or armlet of solid gold, now in the National Museum, Dublin. It is double the size of the picture, of beautiful shape and workmanship, and weighs 3¾ oz.

Ancient Irish bracelet for the wrist. This is of bronze; but many Irish bracelets were of gold, like that shown at page 100.

http://gutenberg.readingroo.ms/3/3/4/3/33439/33439-h/33439-h.htm

 

Celtic torq
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torc

Torque à tampons en bronze, trouvé à Somme-Suippe dans la Marne, fin du 4ème siècle – JC. Musée Saint-Remi à Reims.

More torcs.

..not to be mistaken for a Manilla.

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