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"There shall be no stranger thing at Sevafell, early or late, than that thou, king-born, Högni's fair daughter, shouldst be alive in the grave and sleep in a dead man's arms."
Not to the man who was king-born merely, did their allegiance go, but to the man who showed himself their leader in courage and their master in skill.
King; but she knelt down before him, and laid her hand on his steel-clad knee, and said: "O my lord, now I see that thou hast beguiled me, and that thou wert all along a king-born man coming home to thy realm.
"All hail, Harold, heir of Godwin the great, and Githa the king-born!