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Það myndi þá
að munar stríði.
lék mér meirr ímun
né ek annars mannz
aura vildak. (eddic or germanic)
(‘Then my mind was in doubt about this,
whether I should fight and fell the slain,
a brave woman in a corslet, because of my brother.
That would become well known among the nations,
bring desire for strife to many a man.
‘We reconciled our disagreement;
but it was more to my mind to accept treasure,
red-gold rings from the son of Sigmund,
nor did I want any other man’s wealth.
editions: Skj Not in Skj;