Near the middle of the world, a building and a living hall were constructed... The place was named Troy and is found in the region we call Turkey. It was built much larger than others and in many ways with greater skill; neither cost nor the resources of the country we spared. There were twelve kingdoms with one high king, and to each kingdom belonged many groups who paid tribute. In the city there were twelve main chieftains. These rulers were superior in all human attributes to the other people who had preceded them in the world.
One of the kings was named Munon or Mennon. He was married to Troan, the daughter of Priam, the chief king. They had a son who was named Tror, the one we call Thor... By the time he was twelve years old, he had acquired his full strength. Then he was able to lift from the ground ten bearskins, all in a pile... In the northern part of the world he came across the prophetess Sibyl, whom we call Sif, and he married her... [Thor had sons and grandsons, ending with] Voden, the one we call Odin, an excellent man because of his wisdom and because he had every kind of accomplishment.
So, too, they took with them many precious things. Wherever they went on their travels, tales fo their splendour were told, making them seem more like gods than men. They journeyed without stopping until they had reached the north, where they entered the region now called Saxland. There Odin settled down for a long time, taking possession of much of the land.
All translations from Jesse L. Byock, buy the book here