At a solitary inn in Steig the party found a dinner ready for them, consisting mainly of trout, which were very nice.
He left one son, Haakon, who was but an infant and was fostered by Thore of Steig.
Haakon and his foster-father, Thore of Steig, also hastened to the city and put up at the old royal mansion.
Here he summoned the people to a thing, where his cousin Thore of Steig, a youth of fifteen years, proclaimed him king.
Nikolas was a distinguished chief, who had a farm at Ongul in Halogaland, which was called Steig.