However, the customs have changed lyrics and images. The holy book of 1488, we see an image of St. Oswald. He sits on a throne in the royal dress and crown. A fly around the two ravens of Wotan. Just a palm tree, and shepherd's staff are Christian attributes. Under the name of Oswald One is revered today, and has, for example, the church in Traunshteyne and holy sites on the Lower Rhine, in the Netherlands and Belgium. Even the legend of the saint sorrow goes back to a single image as it presents us with Ed as one, wounded with a spear, hung nine nights at the "tree swaying in the wind." The image of the crucified bearded man (Odin, Donar), which is the one who turns to him in prayer, throws a golden shoe back on many ancient paintings and as a motif in many songs. From this arose the image, it is not clear how, female holy sorrow of the Church.