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Anon Nkt 60II/8 — felldi ‘killed’

Stóð einart
Inga ríki
átján vetr
ok aðra sjau,
unz Hôkon
með herliði
austr í Vík
Inga felldi.
Sás gunndjarfr
gramr í Ósló
hauðri hulðr
at hǫfuðkirkju.

Ríki Inga stóð einart átján vetr ok aðra sjau, unz Hôkon felldi Inga austr í Vík með herliði. Sá gunndjarfr gramr [e]s hulðr hauðri at hǫfuðkirkju í Ósló.

Ingi’s power stood firmly for eighteen years and another seven, until Hákon killed Ingi east in Viken with a war-host. That battle-brave ruler is covered with earth in the cathedral in Oslo.



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