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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 20VII/2 — bróður ‘brother’

Börðuz menn, þar Benedict varði
bróður sinn af drengskap góðum;
Knútr var staddr í musteri mætu
mildr og eigi stríða vildi.
Oframmliga Eyvind bifra
innar giekk að kóngi svinnum;
góðan dag rieð gram bjóða

Menn börðuz, þar Benedict varði bróður sinn af góðum drengskap; mildr Knútr var staddr í mætu musteri og vildi eigi stríða. Eyvind bifra giekk oframmliga innar að svinnum kóngi; rieð bjóða gram góðan dag...

Men fought, where Benedikt defended his brother with great manliness; gentle Knútr was situated in the magnificent church and did not want to fight. Eyvind bifra forcefully went inside to the wise king; he bade the king a good day...



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