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The Poetic Edda

By: Bellows, Henry Adams, 1885-1939

...ction of separate poems, dealing either with Norse mythology or with hero- cycles unrelated to the traditional history of greater Scan- dinavia or Ice... ...nt form before the ninth century. As for the poems be- longing to the hero cycles, one or two of them appear to be as late as iioo, but most of them c... ...th, Hjorvarth, Hrani, Angantyr, Bui and Brami, Barri and Reifnir, Tind and Tyrfing, the Haddings twain, — And all are thy kinsmen, Ottar, thou fool! 2... ... thus a step-son of Gjuki. These four play an important part in the heroic cycle of Eddie poems. Cf. Gripisspo, introductory note. [226] Hyndluljoth ... ...e Volsungasaga, but not in any of the Eddie poems belonging to the Volsung cycle (cf. Fra Dautha Sinfjotla and note). There is a certain amount of res... ... but he is not the son of Sigmund, there is no connection with the Volsung cycle, and his wife is Svava, not Sigrun. At the same time, the points of g...

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Tyrfing Cycle

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...lection of Norse legends, unified by the shared element of the magic sword Tyrfing. Two of the legends are found in the Poetic Edda, and the Hervarar ... ...urse The first part deals with the forging of the sword Tyrfing by the Dwarves Durin and Dvalin. They are forced to do so by Svafrl... ...tnumbered heroes kill Arngrim's sons. However, Hjalmar has been wounded by Tyrfing and dies. Hervor The third p... ... The third part deals with Angantyr's daughter Hervor and how she reclaims Tyrfing from her father's ghost. Later she marries and has the sons Anganty... ...eiðreks. See also Volsung Cycle ... ... The Tyrfing Cycle ... ... The Tyrfing Cycle ... ... All articles lacking sources Tyrfing cycle Swedish legends Norwegian...

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The Northern saga

By: Kellett, E. E. (Ernest Edward), 1864-1950

...elf perished at thehandsof Hogni and Guttorm. Very similar is the story ofthesword Tyrfing 1 from which doubtless Gisli's sword Graysteel borrowed som... ...ey leapt into the stone, and the doors closed behind them. And he called the sword Tyrfing, and bare it thenceforth in all battles and 'holmgangs' 1 ;... ...the High-German Nibe- lung poems, made the whole into the libretto of his operatic cycle. Several of the smaller sagas (Hen-Thorir, Howard the Halt, B...

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Tyrfing

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The Northern Saga

By: Kellett, E. E. (Ernest Edward), 1864-1950

...elf perished at thehandsof Hogni and Guttorm. Very similar is the story ofthesword Tyrfing 1 from which doubtless Gisli's sword Graysteel borrowed som... ...ey leapt into the stone, and the doors closed behind them. And he called the sword Tyrfing, and bare it thenceforth in all battles and 'holmgangs' 1 ;... ...the High-German Nibe- lung poems, made the whole into the libretto of his operatic cycle. Several of the smaller sagas (Hen-Thorir, Howard the Halt, B...

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Svafrlami

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An Index to One-Act Plays

By: Logasa, Hannah, 1879-1967; Ver Nooy, Winifred, 1891-1967

... adapted from the Pageant of the Barbers and Wax- Chandlers in the Chester cycle of miracles. 4m., lw., chorus. Sc. Space immediately before the altar... ...tmas miracle play: the pageant of the Shearman and Tailors in the Coventry Cycle of Miracles. Samuel A. Eliot, ed. 13m., Iw. Sc. An inner and an outer... ...3w. Sc. Darkened stage, steps in background. Poetry 10 : 1-11, April 1920. Cycle, a play of war. Witter Bynner. 2m., 2w. Sc. Library in the home of a ... ...Arts Magazine 7 : 77-82, Jan. 1923. Told by the gate. Malcolm Morley. Love cycle. 2m., 2w. Sc. A picturesque country meadow. MOL Told in a Chinese gar... ...g room. GRL Typewriter lady, The. Edward Mumford. 3m., 4w. Sc. Office. PPP Tyrfing. Thomas Sturge Moore. Verse. Viking play. 6m., 2w. Sc. Sweep of the... ...tler, Rachel Barton. West of Omaha Butts, Dorothy. Avenues Bynner, Witter. Cycle Iphigenia in Tauris Little king. The Night wind, A Tiger War Byr, Rob... ...ppy prince, The Moore, McElbert. Passe 1 Moore, Thomas Stnrge. Medea Niobe Tyrfing Moorman, Frederick W. All souls' night's dream, An Potter Thompson ... ...ONE-ACT PLAYS 275 Hildetua Ingiald Evilheart Knut at Roeskilde Troll magic Tyrfing Wind over the water, The SCOTLAND HISTORY AND SOCIAL, LIFE Absoluti... ...) Moore, Thomas S. Tragic mothers. Lond. Grant Richards, 1922. Medea Niobe Tyrfing Morley, Malcolm. Told by the gate and other one-act plays. Bost. Go...

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Angantyr

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... Angantyr's father Arngrim had given him the magic sword Tyrfing, which cut through anything as if through cloth, and which killed a... ...Hjalmar was faring and found Angantyr dead and Hjalmar lethally wounded by Tyrfing. Orvar-Odd buried the twelve brothers in barrow... ... any harm. However Angantyr's daughter Hervor would later return and claim Tyrfing as her own. This event is known as "the waking of Angantyr", as rec... ... and they had the sons Heidrek and Angantyr. Angantyr would be the next of Tyrfing's victims. Angantyr's brother Heidrek had made himself impossible a... ...or a while on the road to say farewell, but then he asked to see the sword Tyrfing which Heidrek had got from their mother Hervor. Heidrek kindly show... ... The Tyrfing Cycle ... ... Categories Tyrfing cycle Heroes in Norse myths and legends ...

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The Religion of the Teutons

By: Chantepie de la Saussaye, Pierre Daniël, 1848-1920; Vos, Bert John, 1867-1945

...e supposition that the Eddie poems were parts of a single production, sought through his cycle of poems, Nordens Guder (1819), to infuse new life into... ...rature belief in it has assumed a characteristic form. TRIBES AND PEOPLES 85 This whole cycle of legends is still unknown to Saxo Gram- maticus, who ... ...iginal and what is of later origin. We shall first give a brief survey of the historical cycles to which the most important heroic sagas belong, and s... ...t heroic sagas belong, and shall then consider the mythical conceptions. The oldest saga-cycle is J that of the East Goths. Over them reigned, about A... ... is there called. His heroic personality has furthermore been introduced into other saga-cycles, more especially into that of the Nibelungen, and he a... ... at the graving of sword runes, which conferred magic power 4 on certain swords, such as Tyrfing in the Hervarar Saga. The names of the ysir and elves...

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Hervararkviða

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The Religion of the Teutons

By: Chantepie de la Saussaye, Pierre Daniël, 1848-1920; Vos, Bert John, 1867-1945

...that the Eddie poems were parts of a single production, sought through his cycle of poems, Nordens Guder (1819), to infuse new life into the old myths... ...in it has assumed a characteristic form. TRIBES AND PEOPLES 85 This whole cycle of legends is still unknown to Saxo Gram- maticus, who does not seem ... ...t is of later origin. We shall first give a brief survey of the historical cycles to which the most important heroic sagas belong, and shall then cons... ... belong, and shall then consider the mythical conceptions. The oldest saga-cycle is that of the East Goths. Over them reigned, about A.D. 375, in Sout... ...ed. His heroic personality has furthermore been introduced into other saga-cycles, more especially into that of the Nibelungen, and he also plays a ro... ...g of sword runes, which conferred magic power 4 on certain swords, such as Tyrfing in the Hervarar Saga. The names of the ^Esir and elves seem to poss...

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Gizur

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The Religion of the Teutons

By: Chantepie de la Saussaye, Pierre Daniel, 1848-1920; Vos, Bert John, 1867 Tr

...pposition that the Eddie poems were parts of a single production, sought through his cycle of poems, Nordens Guder {\Z\()), to infuse new life into th... ...re belief in it has assumed a characteristic form. TRIBES AND PEOPLES 85 This whole cycle of legends is still unknown to Saxo Gram- maticus, who does... ...al and what is of later origin. We shall first give a brief survey of the historical cycles to which the most important heroic sagas belong, and shall... ...roic sagas belong, and shall then consider the mythical conceptions. The oldest saga-cycle is that of the East Goths. Over them reigned, about a.d. 37... ...there called. His heroic personality has furthermore been introduced into other saga-cycles, more especially into that of the Nibelungen, and he also ... ...the graving of sword runes, which conferred magic power'* on certain swords, such as Tyrfing in the Hervarar Saga. The names of the ^^sir and elves se...

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Eddic poetry

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... Tyrfing cycle ... ... Tyrfing cycle ... ... Völsung cycle ... ... Tyrfing cycle ... ... Tyrfing cycle ... ... Völsung cycle ...

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Kalevala, The Land of Heroes; Vol. 1

...districts, where he transcribed traditional ballads, among them the Kalevala cycle, which he published from 1838 to 1849. Became professor of Finnish ... ...e tradition of the Edda collections in western Scandinavia or the Nibelungen cycle among the Germanic nations. As the poem holds up its bright mirror ... ... his assistance." (K. K. ) 331. In the Icelandic sagas, we read of the sword Tyrfing, forged by dwarfs, which, if ever drawn, could not again be sheat...

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Gestumblindi

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...as Odin, became very angry and wanted to strike Odin with his cursed sword Tyrfing. Odin turned into a hawk, but Heidrek's sword cut off a piece of th... ... The Tyrfing Cycle ... ... The Tyrfing Cycle ... ... Tyrfing ... ... Categories Tyrfing cycle People in Norse mythology and legends ... ... Categories Tyrfing cycle People in Norse mythology and legends ...

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Nouvelle biographie universelle depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu'a nos jours, avec les renseignements bibliographiques et l'indication des sources a consulter; Volume: 24

By: Hoefer, M. (Jean Chrétien Ferdinand), 1811-1878, production director; Firmin-Didot (Firm). firm, publishers, Paris

... vent la marche du récit et qui ont été l'objet des attaques de la presse libérale ; — Tyrfing ; 1840,in-8° : excellentpoëme, dontle sujet estem- prun... ...rt par l'évêque de Tibériade. Hillel le jeune est surtout célèbre par l'invention d'un cycle de dix-neufans qui , au moyen de sept intercal- lations, ... ...rme faite dans le comput, sous Alphonse, roi de Castille. Bartolocci fait connaître ce cycle dans sa Magn. Biblioth. Rabbin.., tom. II, p. 413, 459 et... ...48 minutes 46 secondes et une fraction). A me- sure que le Soleil , pour accomplir sou cycle an- (1) La sphère oblique , dont Téquateur se nomme l'é- ... ...ij faut signaler : La détermination plus exacte di Vannée. Par l'examen comparatif des cycles À (9) Ptolémée, Syntax. math., VU, *. 733 Méton et de C... ...ssi l'annéeégyptienne et plus tard julienne, était d'environ 5 minutes trop grande. Le cycle ou période de Méton se composait de 235 mois lunaires, qu...

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Tóka þáttr Tókasonar

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... Sagas Tyrfing Cycle ... ... Sagas Tyrfing Cycle ... ...Tyrfing Cycle Völsung Cycle ...

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The Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus : Volume 2

By: Saxo, Grammaticus, D. Ca. 1204; Powell, F. York (Frederick York), 1850-1904

...Eyfura, whose names I here subjoin: Brand, Biarbe, Brodd, Hiarrande; Tand, Tyrfing, two Haddings; Hiortuar, Hiartuar, Hrane, Anganty. These followed t... ...ears run by, the life of man flows on never to come back; fast gallops the cycle of doom, child of old age who shall make an end of all. Old age smite...

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Hildólfr

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A Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late William Taylor of Norwich Containing His Correspondence of Many Years with the Late Robert Southey, Esq., And Original Letters from Sir Walter Scott, And Other Eminent Literary Men : Vol. 2

By: Robberds, John W.; Scott, Walter, Sir 1771-1832; Southey, Robert, 1774-1843

...state of rental required, this source of prosperity decayed during a short cycle of plenty. France is but beginning to be agricultural; yet it may saf... ...urges the alter- ation of pages, how can he hope for more than a me- tonic cycle of celebrity? He ought then to find in the warmth and multiplicity of... ... will probably be thought most wor- thy of notice for celebrity of fable ; Tyrfing for raciness of costume ; Josephina, and the Female Insurgent, for ...

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Ítreksjóð

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Publications : Volume 23

By: Chaucer Society, (London, England)

...in.several of the tales belonging to what is known as the " Magical Conflict " cycle, where the young hero tells his father that he intends to transfo... ...mitted from this tale, and think it properly belongs to the " Forbidden Room " cycle. 3 See ante, note 1, p. 287. 4 Recneil de Contes pnindaires Grecs... ...ed that I should give the rest of this story, though it does not belong to our cycle, so here it is : They come to the castle, they eat and drink, and... ..., 382, 385, 464. Turkish Tales, 330, 362, 370, 416, 426, 463. Tut'i Ndma, 291. Tyrfing, the sword, 377. Valentine and Orson, 405. Van Hasselt, A., 383...

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Ganglot

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Publications : Volume 26

By: Chaucer Society, (London, England)

....several of the tales belonging to what is known as the "Magical Conflict" cycle, where the young hero tells his father that he intends to transform h... ...ed from this tale, and think it properly belongs to the " Forbidden Room " cycle. 3 See ante, note 1, p. 287. 4 Itccncil de Contes pnjmltnres Circes, ... ...hat I should give the rest of this story, though it does not belong to our cycle, so here it is : The) r come to the castle, they eat and drink, and t... ...82, 385, 464. Turkish Tales, 330, 362, 370, 416, 426, 463. TuVi Ndma, 291. Tyrfing, the sword, 377. Valentine and Orson, 405. Van Hasselt, A., 383. Va...

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Erna

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Notes and Queries : Volume 8

... a few surnames. Our author discusses some family names derived from the Arthurian cycle, and concludes with the words of a popular Piedmontese song c... ...e berserk Angantyr- where she wrings from him by her insistence the terrible sword Tyrfing would not be easily sur- passed in grimness, horror and an ... ...D. Illustrated . . 10s. 6d. THE CHALLENGE OF THE DEAD. By STEPHEN GRAHAM 7s. 6d. A CYCLE OF ADAMS LETTERS, 1861-1865. Edited by W. CHAUNCEY FORD. 2 Vo... ... he agrees with the suggestion of Robert and Pallat, that the frieze represented a cycle of myths, so various that unity of subject can hardly be clai...

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Miming

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Riemann Musik Lexikon Personenteil

...us The Bard of Dimborritza (1941); zahlreiche Lieder, darunter A Celtic Song Cycle (1904), Le Chant d'Isabeau (1911), Seven Selected Songs (1907-14, v... ...Symphonie, 1855, in: Gesammelte Schriften IV, Lpz. 1882; J.G. PROD'HOMMB, Le cycle B.: I, La Damnation de Faust, Paris 1896, U, L'Enfance du Christ, P... ...cuse Symphony Orchestra. Er schrieb die Chorwerke: Fair California (1928), A Cycle of Flowers (1929), Fair Saratoga Glorious (1931), Far, Far Away (19... ...ttund Chor, 1936), Kam- mermusik (Suite furR und Streichquartett 1932, Lyric cycle fur S., 3Vaund KL, 1937) undKlavier- stucke. Er instrumentierte 193... ...), Cho- ralsymphonieJohn Brown's Song (1931) sowie wei- tereChorwerke (Blake Cycle, Night, Choralia No. 1 und No. 2, My Soul there is a Country, Weste... ...ard (Trond- heini 1901), Emigranten (Oslo 1903), Mari-Sagnet rOslo 1910) und Tyrfing (1912), Orchesterwerke (Symphonien B dur, D moll, C dur, Es dur; ...

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Loddfáfnir

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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

By: Scott, Walter, Sir 1771-1832

...ing the duel in which he was slain, stipulated, that if he fell, his sword Tyrfing should be buried with him. His daugh- ter Hcrvor, afterwards took i... ...ly as referring to the same age, the same gene- ral subjects, and the same cycle of heroes, like the metrical poems of the Cid in Spain,' or of Robin ...

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Blóðughófi

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Poetical Works. With All His Introductions and Notes; Also Various Readings and the Editor's Notes

By: Scott, Walter, Sir 1771-1832

...cing the duel in which he was slain, stipulated, that ifhe fell, his sword Tyrfing should be buried with him. His daughter, Hervor, afterwards took it... ...nly as referring to the same age, thesame ge- neral subjects, and the same cycle of heroes, like the metrical poems of the Cid in Spain, 1 or of Robin... ...lish remained strangers, and much more so to Schiller, BUrger, and a whole cycle of foreigners of distinguished merit The obscurity to which German li...

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Gram (mythology)

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...ried says that the name of this sword is Balmung; in Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle (1848–1874), it is called Nothung. The name of the sword seemingly ch... ... The Völsung Cycle ... ... Sagas Tyrfing Cycle ... ... Tyrfing Cycle Vö... ... Völsung Cycle Ol... ... Tyrfing ... ... Categories Völsung cycle Mythological Norse weapons ...

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Norse Myth in English Poetry

By: Herford, C. H. (Charles Harold), 1853-1931

...before ( 1 862), felt, with the old saga writer, the grandeur of the whole cycle of lays, the story not of Sigurd only but of the House of the Volsung... ...e House of the Volsungs —his forbears and his progeny—and he put the whole cycle into his poem. It moves before us like a vast piece of tapestry such ... ...buried, to wake him from his death-sleep and demand of him the magic sword Tyrfing, forged by the dwarfs, her heritage. It is a sinister heirloom, fra... ... there ; for foemen 2CJ 30 THE JOHN F^YLANDS LIBRARY buried him .tnd kept Tyrfing. Lei her hurry back to her ship out of the flames while she may. Sh... ...u rejoicest : hapless are thy words. Thou shalt bear a son who shall wield Tyrfing, and it shall be the ruin of all thy race." " Little 1 reck how my ...

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Bolmsö

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Norse myth in English poetry

By: Herford, C. H. (Charles Harold), 1853-1931

...before ( 1 862), felt, with the old saga writer, the grandeur of the whole cycle of lays, the story not of Sigurd only but of the House of the Volsung... ...e House of the Volsungs —his forbears and his progeny—and he put the whole cycle into his poem. It moves before us like a vast piece of tapestry such ... ...buried, to wake him from his death-sleep and demand of him the magic sword Tyrfing, forged by the dwarfs, her heritage. It is a sinister heirloom, fra... ... there ; for foemen 2CJ 30 THE JOHN F^YLANDS LIBRARY buried him .tnd kept Tyrfing. Lei her hurry back to her ship out of the flames while she may. Sh... ...u rejoicest : hapless are thy words. Thou shalt bear a son who shall wield Tyrfing, and it shall be the ruin of all thy race." " Little 1 reck how my ...

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Hrafnistumannasögur

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Corpus Poeticvm Boreale : The Poetry of the Old Northern Tongue, From the Earliest Times to the Thirteenth Century

By: Gubrandur Vigf£sson, 1827-1889; Powell, F. York (Frederick York), 1850-1904

...e Redburgh fight in which Rognwald fell, VI. verse 17. The poet's mention of Tyrfing is to be noted III. 2. i86 MAGNUS' AND HAROLD'S COURT. [bk.xiu. ... ...gva 116) tyggi. 2. Hialm-soro Idztu heyra hnitz, es rautt fyrir Nitzi tyggi, Tyrfings eggjar tvaer a6r mann-fall vseri : Na6rs bor9 skri9o nor9an nfs ... ...thered away. The Niz River Battle. Thou lettest men hear thou didst dye both Tyrfing's edges red off Niz [1062]. The Snake sped from the North to Hall... ...nd Morgm-sol (Morning Sun) which look genuine. There is a bit on the Wolsung cycle, a scrap on the Hagbard-Haki legend, and a bit from a Drapa on Asmu... ...here is a great talk going on there. From a strophe or burden on the Wolsung cycle. Brunhild's bold brother rode away. The death-pyre of Haki, Hagbard... ...of the stories are late continuations of the epigonic stories of the Sigfred cycle in Book v ; the link that binds them to this cycle being the birth ... ...he older lays). In Section 1 are the Kraku-mal and other verseson the Ragnar cycle, together with other fragments of poems on later epic or pseudo-epi... ...k. 57; Fafnis bani, Grip. 60; Hialmars ban I i 2 484 FIGURES AND METAPHORS (Tyrfing\ Wak. 77, 107; mannz miotuSr, 109; Fiolais fiirr, ii. 49. 2; Gaut... ...var3r, Hiorvar3r, Hrani, Angantyr, Bui ok Branii, Barri ok Reifnir, Tindr ok Tyrfingr, Tveir Haddingjar. Broe3r Berserkja i Bolmi austr ' frama] emend...

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