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Come thou out, Housewife' called Flosi to Bergthora
'Come thou out, Housewife' called Flosi to Bergthora', 1913. Bergthorsknoll, the home of Njall, is burnt down in the Icelandic saga Njal's Saga, killing Njal and his family. Flosi allowed the women to escape but Bergthora, Njal's wife, refuses to leave. Illustration from The Northmen in Britain by Eleanor Means Hull, published 1913.
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- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images