Note to stanza
7. Einarr Skúlason (biog. vol. 2), Geisli, 37 [Vol. 7, 37-8]
[1-4]: Cf. the verbal parallels in the early prose versions: þoꝛa gothoꝛms. dottir modir sigvrdar k(onungs) let [s]cera tungo oꝛ hofði maɴi er kolbeiɴ het of eigi meiri sakar en hann hafdi tekit af krasadiski heɴar ‘Þóra Gutthormsdaughter, the mother of King Sigurðr, had the tongue cut out of the head of a man named Kolbeinn for no more reason than that he had taken from her plate of dainties’ (Louis-Jensen 1970, 36); Þora het kona, Guðþorms dotter, moðer Sigurðar, er skera let tungu or hofði manne, þæim er Kolbæinn het, firir æingi mæiri soc, en hann hafðe tækit af krasadisci hænnar nokcot ‘Þóra was the name of a woman, the daughter of Gutthormr, the mother of Sigurðr, who had the tongue cut out of the head of the man named Kolbeinn, for no more reason, than that he had taken something from her plate of dainties’ (ÓHLeg 1982, 228).
ÓHLeg 1982 = Heinrichs, An… ∙ is referred to in ∙ ESk Geisl 37, n. 1-4 (SkP 7)
Louis-Jensen, Jonna. 1970a. “Syvende og … ∙ is referred to in ∙ ESk Geisl 37, n. 1-4 (SkP 7)