Idun, also known as Iðunn or Iduna, was a Nordic goddess associated with youth and rejuvenation. According to the Poetic Edda, she was the caretaker of the orchard of the golden apples, fruit which ensured the gods' vigor and immortality.
Legacy and influence
In 2012 Clay Kaczmarek included James Doyle Penrose's painting of "Idun and the Apples" in a set of puzzles he'd hidden within the Animus for his follower to find. In Clay's puzzle it was suggested that Idun's golden apples were in truth Apples of Eden.
- Assassin's Creed II (Glyphs only)