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1034–1053 Gellir Bƒlverksson ................................................................ 1054–1062 Gunnarr inn spaki fiorgrímsson ............................................ 1063–1065 Kolbeinn Flosason ................................................................ 1066–1071 Gellir Bƒlverksson (second time) ........................................ 1072–1074 Gunnarr inn spaki fiorgrímsson (second time) .............................. 1075 Sighvatr Surtsson ..................................................................

The present text is based on the manuscript AM 285 4to. Where this manuscript is incoherent it is emended from AM 9 fol. The passage begins mid-way through chapter 23 with Bƒ›varr bjarki arriving at King Hrólfr’s court where he has come to seek service with the king (in the first part of the chapter Bƒ›varr has been visiting his two brothers, cf. line 149). On his way there through rain and mud he had lodged with a poor peasant and his wife who told him that their son Hƒttr was at the court and being badly treated by the courtiers; they asked Bƒ›varr to be kind to him.

Past; formally skyldi may be either indic. or subj. e. what was intended, it is likely to be subj. vera sv. ‘be’: inf. 10). Bƒ›varr sm. , the subject. mælti wv. ‘said’: 3rd. sg. past indic. of mæla. ekki adv. ‘not’ (see the analysis of ekki in line 18). muntu = munt flú. -pres. vb. ‘will’: 2nd sg. pres. indic. 7). flú pron. , the subject; on the word-order adv. + finite verb + subject, see the analysis of hon in line 18. nú adv. ‘now’. fá sv. ‘get’: inf. of fá— fekk—fengu—fengit. skjaldborgina sf.

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