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Gsind Hákdr 3I/1 — þá ‘then’

Selund náði þá síðan
sóknheggr und sik leggja
vals ok Vinða frelsi
víð Skáneyjar síðu.

Sóknheggr náði þá síðan leggja und sik Selund, víð frelsi vals ok Vinða, síðu Skáneyjar.

The attack-cherry-tree [WARRIOR = Hákon] then afterwards succeeded in placing under himself Zealand, the broad sanctuaries against slaughter and the Wends, [and] the coast of Skåne.


[1] þá: þú Flat



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