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Bloodtaking and peacemaking: feud, law, and society in Saga Iceland
She thought it fell from the ceiling. Blood or perspiration dripped down the side of her face. Her world narrowed to the doorway. He laid him carefully on the ground beside her. He shook his head at the paramedics as they approached with oxygen masks and stretchers. Sorry about this hour of night, sir. Sent in an Inspector Martin, heavily disguised as God knows what, to test my loyalty first.
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Feuds begin because one party correctly or incorrectly perceives itself to have been attacked, insulted, wronged, or otherwise injured by another. Intense feelings of resentment trigger the initial retribution , which causes the other party to feel equally aggrieved and vengeful. The dispute is subsequently fuelled by a long-running cycle of retaliatory violence. This continual cycle of provocation and retaliation makes it extremely difficult to end the feud peacefully. Feuds frequently involve the original parties' family members or associates, can last for generations , and may result in extreme acts of violence.
He was, however, a hirdman of Sigurd the Stout , jarl of Orkney. The brothers, who were on a trading expedition to the British Isles , had come under attack by the vikings Snaekolf and Grjotgard Mordansson. During his stay in Scotland his wife Helga died. Flosi returned to Iceland after a pilgrimage to Rome. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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