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The Norse Atlantic saga by Gwyn Jones

Author:Gwyn Jones

Language: eng

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Tags: Iceland — Discovery and exploration, Greenland — Discovery and exploration, America — Discovery and exploration — Norse

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Published: 1986-06-05T16:00:00+00:00

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The Norse Atlantic Saga

Ireland, winning great riches there, and taking captive ten thralls, whose names are as follows: Dufthak and Geirrod, Skjaldbjorn„Halldor and Drafdrit (the rest are not named). After this Hjorleif returned to Norway to meet Ingolf his foster-brother. He had before this married Ingolfs sister, Helga Arnardottir. That winter Ingolf offered up extensive sacrifice and sought auguries of his destiny, but Hjorleif would never sacrifice. The auguries directed Ingolf to Iceland, so each brother-in-law fitted out his ship for the Iceland voyage, Hjorleif putting his booty on board, and Ingolf their common stock; and once they were ready they put to sea.

The summer Ingolf and Hjorleif went off to settle Iceland, Harald Fairhair had been twelve years king of Norway; there had passed since the beginning of the world 6,073 winters, and from the Incarnation of Our Lord 874 years. They sailed in company till they sighted Iceland, when they were parted. As soon as Ingolf sighted Iceland he cast his high-seat pillars overboard for an omen, vowing he would settle where the pillars came ashore. He reached land at the point now known as Ingolfshofdi, Ingolfs Head, but Hjorleif was carried west along the coast. He grew short of drinking water, so the Irish thralls tried a scheme of kneading meal and butter together; this, they claimed, was not a thirst-maker. They called it minnpak, but just as it was ready heavy rain came on, so they were able to catch water in the awnings. When the minnpak began to turn mouldy they threw it overboard, and it drifted ashore at the point now known as Minnthakseyr. Hjorleif reached land at Hjorleifshofdi, Hjorleifs Head. There was a fjord there in those days, and the end of the fjord turned in towards the headland. There he had two halls built, the walls of one eighteen fathoms long, and of the other nineteen. Hjorleif stayed there that winter; then in the spring he wanted to sow. He had only the one ox, so made his thralls drag the plough. While Hjorleif was occupied about the house with his men, Dufthak evolved a scheme whereby they were to kill the ox and report that a forest-bear had killed him, and afterwards set upon Hjorleif and the rest, if they went hunting the bear. So now they reported this to Hjorleif, and when they set off to hunt the bear and were scattered about .the wood, the thralls attacked each his appointed prey and murdered them to the last man. Then they

 

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Author:Gwyn Jones

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Iceland — Discovery and exploration, Greenland — Discovery and exploration, America — Discovery and exploration — Norse

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Published: 1986-06-05T16:00:00+00:00
The Norse Atlantic Saga

Ireland, winning great riches there, and taking captive ten thralls, whose names are as follows: Dufthak and Geirrod, Skjaldbjorn„Halldor and Drafdrit (the rest are not named). After this Hjorleif returned to Norway to meet Ingolf his foster-brother. He had before this married Ingolfs sister, Helga Arnardottir. That winter Ingolf offered up extensive sacrifice and sought auguries of his destiny, but Hjorleif would never sacrifice. The auguries directed Ingolf to Iceland, so each brother-in-law fitted out his ship for the Iceland voyage, Hjorleif putting his booty on board, and Ingolf their common stock; and once they were ready they put to sea.

The summer Ingolf and Hjorleif went off to settle Iceland, Harald Fairhair had been twelve years king of Norway; there had passed since the beginning of the world 6,073 winters, and from the Incarnation of Our Lord 874 years. They sailed in company till they sighted Iceland, when they were parted. As soon as Ingolf sighted Iceland he cast his high-seat pillars overboard for an omen, vowing he would settle where the pillars came ashore. He reached land at the point now known as Ingolfshofdi, Ingolfs Head, but Hjorleif was carried west along the coast. He grew short of drinking water, so the Irish thralls tried a scheme of kneading meal and butter together; this, they claimed, was not a thirst-maker. They called it minnpak, but just as it was ready heavy rain came on, so they were able to catch water in the awnings. When the minnpak began to turn mouldy they threw it overboard, and it drifted ashore at the point now known as Minnthakseyr. Hjorleif reached land at Hjorleifshofdi, Hjorleifs Head. There was a fjord there in those days, and the end of the fjord turned in towards the headland. There he had two halls built, the walls of one eighteen fathoms long, and of the other nineteen. Hjorleif stayed there that winter; then in the spring he wanted to sow. He had only the one ox, so made his thralls drag the plough. While Hjorleif was occupied about the house with his men, Dufthak evolved a scheme whereby they were to kill the ox and report that a forest-bear had killed him, and afterwards set upon Hjorleif and the rest, if they went hunting the bear. So now they reported this to Hjorleif, and when they set off to hunt the bear and were scattered about .the wood, the thralls attacked each his appointed prey and murdered them to the last man. Then they

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