Sigrdrífumál 0b — ed. Haraldur Bernharðsson
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Sigurðr reið upp áHindarfjall ok stefndi suðr til Frakklands. Áfjallinu sá hann ljós mikið svá sem eldr brynni ok ljómaði af til himins. En er hann kom að þá stóð þar skjaldborg ok upp ór merki. Sigurðr gekk ískjaldborgina ok sá að þar lá maðr ok svaf með öllum hervápnum Hann tók fyrst hjálminn af höfði hánum; þá sá hann að það var kona. Brynjan var föst sem hon væri holdgróin. Þá reist hann með Gram frá höfuðsmátt brynjuna í gögnum niðr ok svá út í gögnum báðar ermar. Þá tók hann brynju af henni en hon vaknaði ok settiz hon upp ok sá Sigurð ok mælti:
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