The man is being bitten on the right hand by a Wolf. The wolf looks very fierce. All his sharp teeth showed. This statue is Tyr Battleinf Fenrir statue. Tyr was a strongman among the gods and a god of war. Legend has it that he is the son of a giant. He has authority over law and order matters among the various living communities in all lands. It was his priests’ duty to supervise the executions of criminals and the duels between warriors.
Fenrir is a giant Wolf in Norse mythology. It was the first child of Loki, the god of cunning, and Angelberda, the giantess, and the eldest brother of Jemengad, the serpent, and Hela, the god of death. Legend has it that when he opened his mouth, his upper and lower jaws could hold up the earth. Because of Fenrir’s vicious nature, the gods tried to tie her down with a chain called Leading. But Fenrir easily broke the chain. Then the gods tried a second time to tie it. This time he was going to use a chain called Dromi, but Fenrir was free. The gods had no choice but to turn to the dwarfs who were good at making weapons. The gnome forged a magic chain called Gleipnir out of six rare objects. And it took the hand of Tyre to capture Fenrir. You can take a look at our Tyr Battleinf Fenrir statue.