Enn brauzt, éla kennir
Yggs gunnþorinn, bryggjur
(linns hefr lǫnd at vinna)
Lundúna (þér snúnat).
Hǫfðu hart of krafðir
— hildr óx við þat — skildir
gang, en gamlir sprungu
Gunnþorinn kennir éla Yggs, brauzt enn bryggjur Lundúna; hefr snúnat þér at vinna lǫnd linns. Skildir, hart of krafðir, hǫfðu gang, en gamlir járnhringar gunnþinga sprungu; hildr óx við þat.
Battle-daring master of the storms of Yggr <= Óðinn> [BATTLES > WARRIOR], you further broke the wharves of London; it has turned out for you to win the lands of the serpent [GOLD]. Shields, hard pressed, had movement, and old iron-rings of battle-meetings [MAIL-SHIRTS] sprang apart; battle increased at that.
 Lundúna ‘of London’: Þorkell’s attack on London is recorded in the ASC (s. a. 1009), though only the C text names him (Ðurkilles here ‘Þorkell’s army’). For discussion of the form of the p. n. see Townend (1998, 52-7).
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