It’s kenning time! Well, belatedly, because I accidentally picked PM instead of AM on the post today. ^^;; Whoops. So…here is your kenning. Can you figure out what it is?
Cheiftains of the heath
What could be the heath’s cheiftains?
The verse for the disentangling of knots caused by Loki is as follows:Styr heitir hann faðir þinn.
Skónál heitir hún móðir þín,
þau skulu bæði stinga í rassinn á þér,
ef þu ferð ekki upp af þræðinum. (Guðni Jónsson 1954b, 189)[Spearhead your father is called. Shoe needle your mother is called. They should both prick you in the arse if you will not leave the thread.]
A collection of my projects within an SCA / reenactment context
January 19 2019
Butter and sugar and chocolate, oh my!
My runic study (reference spot)
Old English Word of the Day
Just pronounce it "Argolia"
My Life in the Current Middle Ages of the Society for Creative Anachronisms (SCA)
Food Photography & Recipes
Clever ideas and hacks for your IKEA
50,000 Monkeys at 50,000 Typewriters Can't Be Wrong
Musings on Living History, Faith and Social Faces
A 21st century bard explores the world.
This site is to help organizers, performers and audience members for Njal's Saga event in 2017.
(Plus other interests, whether they follow this alliterative pattern or not...)
a blog about medieval manuscripts, by Kate Thomas
Star Wars as an Icelandic saga, and other fun with Old Norse.
Music & Myth from singer-songwriter Emily Holbert Kellam