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Granmarr hét ríkr konungr er bjó að Svarinshaugi. Hann átti marga sonu: Höðbroddr, annarr Guðmundr, þriði Starkaðr. Höðbroddr var í konungastefnu. Hann fastnaði sér Sigrúnu Högna dóttur en er hon spyrr það þá reið hon með valkyrjur um loft ok um lög að leita Helga. Helgi var þá að Logafjöllum ok hafði bariz við Hundings sonu. Þar felldi hann þá Álf ok Eyjólf, Hjörvarð ok Hervarð ok var hann allvígmóðr ok sat undir Arasteini. Þar hitti Sigrún hann ok rann á háls hánum ok kyssti hann ok sagði hánum erendi sitt, svá sem segir íVölsunga kviðu inni fornu:
(Granmar was the name of a powerful king who lived at Svarinshaug. He had many sons: Hodbrodd, the second, Gudmund, the third, Starkad. Hodbrodd was at a meeting of kings; he betrothed himself to Sigrun, Hogni’s daughter. But when she heard that, she rode with her valkyries through air and over sea to find Helgi.
Helgi was at Logafell and had fought with the sons of Hunding. There he struck down Alf and Eyiolf, Hiorvard and Hervard; he was exhausted from battle and he was resting below Arastein. There Sigrun found him and flung her arms around his neck and kissed him and told him what her errand was, as it says in the ‘Old Poem of the Volsungs’:*
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