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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Sturl Hákkv 26II/2 — ríða ‘spread’

Enn sú rausn
ríða knátti
Hörða grams
með himinskautum,
hvé völsungr
veita knátti
sinnar vígslu.

Enn sú rausn grams Hörða knátti ríða með himinskautum, hvé völsungr knátti veita sæmðardag vígslu sinnar.

And that splendour of the lord of the Hǫrðar [NORWEGIAN KING = Hákon] spread along the corners of heaven, how the king entertained on the glorious day of his consecration.


[2] ríða: rísa 42ˣ, renna 8



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