(962) Aslög

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Discovered 1921 Oct. 25 by K. Reinmuth at Heidelberg.

This is a Christian name from Norse mythology. Aslög followed her foster-father hidden in his harp. Her fiancé Ragnar wanted to test Aslög’s intelligence and asked her to come to him: naked but dressed. She used a fishnet as dress and so she was accepted as his wife. (H 92)

Name proposed by B. Asplind.

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