Móda [4782]
(Abt 0170 B.C.-)
Magi [4780]
(Abt 0150 B.C.-)

Sceaf (Seskef) [4779]
(Abt 0130 B.C.-)


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Sceaf (Seskef) [4779] 24,595,596,597

  • Born: Abt 130 B.C.
  • Marriage: Unknown

bullet  General Notes:

Also known as Seskef and Odin, he has been mistaken for Shem, the son of Noah and who was also a father of a Bedwig. The error occurs in the source, [UL:Anglo-Saxon Chronicles.:UL]

Sceafa (Old English : sc), also spelled Sceaf (sc) or Scef (sc), was an ancient Lombardic king in English legend . According to his story, Sceafa appeared mysteriously as a child, coming out of the sea in an empty boat. The name also appears in the corrupt forms Seskef, Stefius, Strephius, and Stresaeus. Though the name has historically been modernized Shava (and latinized Scefius), J. R. R. Tolkien used the modern spelling Sheave.


Sceaf married.

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