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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Nkt 56II/6 — bróðir ‘a brother’

Frák, landvǫrn
ept liðinn ræsi
Sygna grams
at synir tœki.
Vas Eysteinn
Inga bróðir
sóknar snarr
en Sigurðr annarr.

Frák, at synir grams Sygna tœki landvǫrn ept liðinn ræsi. Eysteinn, snarr sóknar, vas bróðir Inga en Sigurðr annarr.

I heard that the sons of the lord of the Sygnir [NORWEGIAN KING = Haraldr gilli] took over the defence of the land after the death of the ruler. Eysteinn, swift in battle, was a brother of Ingi and Sigurðr another.



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