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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Grettis saga Ásmundarsonar (Gr) - 2165

Grettis saga ÁsmundarsonarGrV

Not published: do not cite (GrV)

93 — Gr ch. 93

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Hefir Sturla lögmaður svo sagt enginn sekur maður þykir honum jafnmikill fyrir sér hafa verið sem Grettir hinn sterki. Finnur hann til þess þrjár greinir. Þá fyrst honum þykir hann vitrastur verið hafa því hann hefir verðið lengst í sekt einnhver manna og varð aldrei unninn meðan hann var heill. Þá aðra hann var sterkastur á landinu sinna jafnaldra og meir laginn til koma af afturgöngum og reimleikum en aðrir menn. hin þriðja hans var hefnt út í Miklagarði sem einskis annars íslensks manns og það með hver giftumaður Þorsteinn drómundur varð á sínum efstum dögum, hinn sami er hans hefndi. Lýkur hér sögu Grettis Ásmundarsonar, vors samlanda. Hafi þeir þökk er hlýddu en litla sem krabbað hefir söguna. Er hér verksins endir en vér séum allir guði sendir. Amen.

 

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