The one who can equal her in these feats shall be king of Isenland, and share with her the throne of Isenstein.
With them there walked good knights from Isenland, Brunhild's men-at-arms, five hundred or more, who bore swords in hand.
When, at last, the time for leave-taking came, the folk of Isenland gathered around to bid their queen Godspeed.
In his wanderings he reached the country called Isenland, where the warlike but beautiful Queen Brunhild reigned.
When the Prince had left Isenland he rode on and on until he came to a great mountain.
No dread tidings were these, but glad and good to hear, of a matchless Queen named Brunhild who dwelt in Isenland.
The queen of Isenland does not love me, and she treats me each day with more contempt.
Meanwhile down by the banks of the Rhine a vessel was being built to carry the King across the sea to Isenland.
But old Hagen bit his unshorn lip, and cursed the day that had brought them to Isenland.
Now Siegfried, as you know, had been in Isenland and knew some of the customs of this wayward Queen.