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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Pl 51VII/3 — brœðr ‘the brothers’

Ok inn í sal sinnar
siðfróðastir móður
brœðr hlutu œzta blíðu
brynþings viðir gingu;
en ítrfoldar elda
Endils sonu kenndit
hirðigôtt, þótt hitti
h…ðir móður,

Ok viðir brynþings, siðfróðastir, gingu inn í sal móður sinnar; brœðr hlutu œzta blíðu; en hirðigôtt elda ítrfoldar Endils kenndit sonu, þótt h…ðir hitti móður,

And the trees of the mailcoat-assembly [BATTLE > WARRIORS], very well instructed in religion, went into their mother’s hall; the brothers received the best hospitality; but the nursing-tree of the fires of the glorious ground of Endill <sea-king> [SEA > GOLD > WOMAN] did not recognise her sons, although … met their mother,



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