Sinfj

Some articles on sinfj:

Frá Dauða Sinfjötla
... Frá dauða Sinfjötla (On the death of Sinfjötli) is a short prose piece found in the Codex Regius manuscript of the Poetic Edda ... It describes the death of Sinfjötli, son of Sigmundr, connecting Helgakviða Hundingsbana II and Grípisspá ... Borghildr, wife of Sigmundr, wanted Sinfjötli, her stepson, dead, as Sinfjötli had killed her brother ...
Borghild - Völsunga Saga
... Borghild is the step-mother of Sinfjötli ... Sinfjötli "saw a lovely woman and strongly desired to have her ... Sinfjötli fought the brother in a contest to win the maiden's hand, and Sinfjötli won ...
Sigmund - Völsunga Saga
... in despair, she comes to him in the guise of a völva and conceives a child by him, Sinfjötli (the Fitela of Beowulf) ... Sinfjötli, born of their incest, passes the test ... Sigmund and his son/nephew, Sinfjötli, grow wealthy as outlaws ...
Signy - In Völsunga Saga
... After a time she gave birth to a son Sinfjötli ... Sigmund and Sinfjötli kill Siggeir to avenge the death of their father/grandfather together ... It is only after this that Signy informs Sigmund of the incest that led to Sinfjötli's birth ...
The Legend Of Sigurd And Gudrún - Plot - The New Lay of The Völsungs - The Death of Sinfjötli
... loot of Siggeir's hall, Sigmund and Sinfjötli return by ship to the land of the Völsungs ... who slew her father, the Queen brews a poisoned brew of wine for Sinfjötli ... tampered with, drains the cup in stead of Sinfjötli and remains unharmed ...