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Note to ESk Run 6II

[4] við Hjartarpoll ‘at Hartlepool’: This prepositional phrase could be construed with any of the three preceding clauses (but see the parallel syntactic constructions in sts 5, 6/1-4, and 7). The spelling of this p. n. in Mork could well reflect the then current pronunciation (recorded as Herterpol in 1196; see Watts 2002, 55 and Townend 1998, 36-8, 95). Hartlepool is located in County Durham on the north-eastern coast of England north of Middlesbrough.

References

  1. Bibliography
  2. Townend, Matthew. 1998. English Place-Names in Skaldic Verse. English Place-Name Society extra ser. 1. Nottingham: English Place-Name Society.
  3. Watts, Victor. 2002. A Dictionary of County Durham Place-Names. English Place-Name Society popular ser. 3. Nottingham: English Place-Name Society.

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