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The name of four spirits from the myths of the Teutonic people. These spirits assisted the god of war in his doing. The Alaisiage consisted of Baudihille, Friagabi, Bede and Finnilene. In the original Teutonic myth there were only two: Baudihille and Friagabi. Bede and Finnilene developed into the belief much later and became apart of English folklore still being the spirits of the god of war. They are similar to the Valkyrie in the way that they arrive at the end of a battle scene and take the souls of the bravest warriors to live in the upper world.
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