hinns endr of dó,
lífs of lattr
of bera skyldi.
at halsi gekk.
Jǫrundr, hinns endr of dó, varð of lattr lífs í Limafirði, þás hábrjóstr Sleipnir hǫrva skyldi of bera bana Goðlaugs. Ok leif hǫðnu Hagbarðs gekk at halsi valdi hersa.
Jǫrundr, the one who died long ago, was deprived of his life in Limfjorden when the high-breasted Sleipnir <horse> of flax cords [GALLOWS] had to carry the slayer of Guðlaugr [= Jǫrundr]. And the remnant of the kid [LEATHER STRAP] of Hagbarðr <Danish legendary hero> [NOOSE] went around the neck of the lord of hersar [KING].
 bana Goðlaugs ‘the slayer of Guðlaugr [= Jǫrundr]’: Guðlaugr belongs to the dynasty of jarls of Hálogaland (Hålogaland) and later of Hlaðir (Lade); whether he was a king as claimed in Yng (see Context) is doubtful. He is the subject of Eyv Hál 4-5, which report that he was hanged by the sons of Yngvi on Straumeyrarnes (or Straumeyjarnes).
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