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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Grettis saga Ásmundarsonar (Gr) - 2165

Grettis saga ÁsmundarsonarGrV

(forthcoming), ‘ Anonymous, Grettis saga Ásmundarsonar’ in Tarrin Wills, Kari Ellen Gade and Margaret Clunies Ross (eds), Poetry in Sagas of Icelanders. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 5. Turnhout: Brepols, p. . <https://skaldic.org/m.php?p=text&i=70> (accessed 19 January 2022)

8 — Gr ch. 8

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Þeir Önundur og Ásmundur létu í haf er þeir voru búnir og höfðu samflota. Þá kvað Önundur þetta: Þeir höfðu útivist harða og veður þver mjög af suðri. Bar þá norður í haf. Þeir fundu Ísland og voru þá komnir fyrir norðan Langanes er þeir kenndust við. Þá var svo skammt í milli þeirra þeir töluðust við. Sagði Ásmundur þeir mundu sigla til Eyjafjarðar og því játuðu hvorirtveggju. Beittu þeir þá undir landið. Þá tók veðrið styrma af landsuðri. En er þeir Önundur lögðu í nauðbeitu þá lestist ráin. Felldu þeir þá seglið og í því rak þá til hafs undan. Ásmundur komst undir Hrísey og beið til þess er honum byrjaði inn á Eyjafjörð. Honum gaf Helgi hinn magri Kræklingahlíð alla. Hann bjó Glerá hinni syðri. Ásgrímur bróðir hans kom út nokkurum vetrum síðar. Hann bjó Glerá hinni nyrðri. Hann var faðir Elliða-Gríms, föður Ásgríms.

 

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