Origin of Bodvar Bjarki
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How to use Bodvar Bjarki in a sentence
In the Rmur Bjarki is a stranger come from abroad: the bear has made previous attacks upon the king's folds.
It is scarcely to be wondered at, then, that most critics have seen in Bjarki a Scandinavian parallel to Beowulf.
The blame was laid upon Bjarki, because he had slain the herdsmen's dogs; it was not so suited for him to have to strive with men.
Bodvar, the son of Egil, was wrecked on the coast of Iceland.
And thus it is said that Egil was clad when he laid Bodvar in the tomb.