High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Discussing Ydalir, Henry Adams Bellows comments that the wood of the yew-tree was used for bows in the North just as it was long afterwards for England. Rudolf Simek says that this connexion of the god with the yew-tree, of whose wood bows were made, has led to Ullr being seen as a bow-god. Andy Orchard comments that Ydalir is an aptly named dwelling-place [for the] archer-god, Ull. According to Hilda Ellis Davidson, while Valhalla is well known because it plays so large a part in images of warfare and death, the significance of other halls in Norse mythology such as Ydalir, and the goddess Freyja's afterlife location Folkvangr has been lost.