Thorhall Gamlason in "The Saga of Grettir the Strong"

Chapter 30

There was a man named Thorir, a son of Thorkell, at Bordeyr. […]Thorir went South to Haukadal and lived in Skard, selling the property at Melar to Thorhall the Winelander, the son of Gamli.

Source: G. H. Hight, trans., "Thorhall Gamlason in The Saga of Grettir the Strong," The Online Medieval & Classical Library,, (June 31, 1995). Notes: This electronic text was edited, proofed, and prepared by Douglas B. Killings. The text was marked-up in HTML by John Tebbutt.

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