hlaut at ráða
landi ok þegnum,
átti inn skakki
ept liðinn Inga
En Hôkon hlaut at ráða landi ok þegnum lítla stund, þvít Erlingr inn skakki átti vænan ok velborinn son. Landsfolk gaf* bur Kristínar konungsnafn ept liðinn Inga.
But Hákon was destined to rule land and subjects for a short time, because Erlingr inn skakki (‘the Tilting’) had a promising and well-born son. The people of the country gave Kristín’s son [= Magnús] the royal title after the death of Ingi.
 Gaf*: gfu Flat
 gaf* (3rd pers. sg. pret. indic.) ‘gave’: Gfu ‘gave’ (3rd pers. pl. pret. indic.) has been emended to gaf (sg.) because the disyllabic form makes the l. hypermetrical and because the grammatical subject is sg. (so also Skj B and Skald).
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