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“A "holmgang," as a duel was termed in the North, ensued as soon as the hero arrived upon the scene, and Viking, having slain his antagonist, could have married the princess had it not been considered disgraceful for a Northman to marry before he was twenty.”
“Also matociquala knows where to place a holmgang, structurally speaking, which is satisfying to me in a way that other things are not.”
“Words I'm surprised Word do know: vermicular, ETA holmgang”
“The dwarf tossed a sentence at me, which the sword rendered as: "Yes, he meant you no dishonor, and trusts you won't call him to holmgang.”
“But Swart was killed in holmgang, or duel, by Thorgisl, who cut off his head and married Gudrun, by whom he had a son called Thorlaf.”
“It was considered a scandal in the land that pirates and berserks should be able to come into the country and challenge respectable people to the holmgang for their money or their women, no weregild being paid whichever fell.”
“For this reason jarl Eirik abolished all holmgang in Norway and declared all robbers and berserks who disturbed the peace outlaws.”
“Hrungnir should appoint a time and place for a holmgang, as a Northern duel was generally called.”
“Some of it, I confess, was spilled in no public cause, but for the protection of mine own honour in the private duello or holmgang, as it was called among the nations of the north.”
“After these things Vali bade Bersi to the holmgang, but he answered in this song: --”
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