Copyright © 1994 by The Troth.
The goddess who keeps the apples of youth, by which the gods stay ever-young. Loki arranged for the etin Thjazi to abduct her, but then was forced to get her back, a deed which ended in Thjazi's death. Apples are one of the oldest and holiest symbols of life and rebirth among the Germanic folk, appearing as grave-gifts from the Bronze Age onward. The Troth's quarterly journal is named after this goddess.
Also Idunn, Idun and Iduna.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Iduna is a poly(ADP-ribose) (PAR)-dependent E3 ubiquitin ligase
- PAR binding protein, Iduna, and show that it is a PAR-dependent ubiquitin E3 because point mutations at Y156A and R157A eliminate Iduna's.
- Iduna protects the brain from glutamate excitotoxicity and stroke by
- May 22, 2011 Iduna's protective effects are independent and downstream of PARP-1 activity.
- The Work of the High Steward
- After the High Steward receives the new Idunna, s/he compares the information both in Idunna and on the website for accuracy, and advise of any changes.
- SIGNAL IDUNA Case Study | F5 Networks
- The SIGNAL IDUNA Group (www.signal-iduna.
Suggested News Resources
- We've been abandoned by APMT – Accident victims
- They were treating us at Idunna Hospital from onset, but recently they took us to a Hospital in Apapa (name withheld) to pay N7million to get fake certificate that we are medically fit.
Suggested Web Resources
- Idunna - Dragon Age Wiki
- Idunna is a prostitute in the Kirkwall brothel, the Blooming Rose, as well as a blood mage.
- Iðunn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The publication of the United States-based Germanic Neopagan group The Troth (Idunna, edited by Diana L. Paxson) derives its name from that of the goddess.
- Idunna | The Troth
- Idunna is the quarterly journal published by the Troth.
- Idunna's Grove - Tripod
- Jul 12, 2004 This site is dedicated to Iðunna, Goddess of the promise of new life and keeper of the apples of immortality.