By Makayla Bacon
daughter of the sea god aegir and his wife ran
- Bylgia is 1 of 9 daughters
- The 9 daughters were known as the billow maidens
- Each wore a white robe and veil
The Billow Maidens
Each of Aegir's daughters represented different waves
They were later known as mermaids
Father of Bylgia
- He is the worshipped Norse god of the sea
- Feared by sailors
- He has a fondness for dragging down ships and men into his halls
- He is known for his wonderful parties
- it is said that sea froth is created by his Underwater Brewery
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