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Kali Sæbjarnarson (Kali)

12th century; volume 2; ed. Kari Ellen Gade;

Lausavísa (Lv) - 1

Kali Sæbjarnarson (Kali) was a Norw. chieftain who married Gunnhildr, the daughter of Jarl Erlendr Þorfinnsson of Orkney (see Genealogy II in ÍF 34). Their son was Kolr Kalason, the father of Jarl Rǫgnvaldr Kali Kolsson of Orkney (Rv). According to Orkn (ÍF 34, 100) and H-Hr (Fms 7, 50), Kali died in the Hebrides (1098-9) on King Magnús berfœttr Óláfsson’s first expedition to the west.

Lausavísa — Kali LvII

Kari Ellen Gade 2009, ‘ Kali Sæbjarnarson, Lausavísa’ in Kari Ellen Gade (ed.), Poetry from the Kings’ Sagas 2: From c. 1035 to c. 1300. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 2. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 393-4. <https://skaldic.org/m.php?p=text&i=1287> (accessed 18 September 2021)

stanzas:  1 

Skj: Kali Sæbjarnarson: Lausavísa, 1098 (AI, 434, BI, 404); stanzas (if different): [v]

in texts: Flat, H-Hr, Mork, Orkn

SkP info: II, 393-4

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1 Vol. 2. Kali Sæbjarnarson, Lausavísa, 1 [Vol. 2, 393-4] — Kali Lv 1II

The following text is from a superseded edition and is not the work of the editor(s) named on this page. It is included for reference only. Do not refer to this site when using this text but rather consult the original edition (Skj where relevant).

Hvé launa þér þínir
þingríkir hǫfðingjar,
vestr bifask rǫng í rǫstum
(reyn oss jǫfurr) hnossir?

Skj: Kali Sæbjarnarson: Lausavísa (AI, 434; BI, 404); dróttkvætt; ed. KEG; group: A2; mss: 325III α, 761bx, Bb, Flat, H, Hr, Mork, R702x; texts: Flat 674, H-Hr 273, Mork 165, Orkn 31
 
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