"To Valhalla" in Old Norse is "til Valhallar." This video explains why this is the historical form, the correct way it would have been written in runes during the Viking Age, and more. NOTE: Jackson Crawford is not accepting individual translation requests; media companies seeking such services please see FAQs and contact form at jacksonwcrawford.com
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