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"Memory-stones | seldom stand by the road
Save when kinsman honors his kin.
Cattle die, | and kinsmen die,
And so one dies one's self;
But a noble name | will never die,
If good renown one gets."

Odin lays out the fundaments of a honour-centric and ancestor worshipping culture in the Viking Age poem Hávamál.
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