Chapter 2 - Of Aulvir Hnuf.
Audbjorn was then king over the Firthfolk; there was an earl of his named Hroald, whose son was Thorir. Atli the Slim was then an earl, he dwelt at Gaula;
he had sons - Hallstein, Holmstein, and Herstein; and a daughter, Solveig the Fair. It happened one autumn that much people were gathered at Gaula for a
sacrificial feast, then saw Aulvir Hnuf Solveig and courted her; he afterwards asked her to wife. But the earl thought him an unequal match and would not
give her. Whereupon Aulvir composed many love-songs, and thought so much of Solveig that he left freebooting, but Thorolf and Eyvind Lambi kept it on.
2. kafli - Frá Ölvi ok Sólveigu.
Auđbjörn hét ţá konungr yfir Firđafylki. Hróaldr hét jarl hans, en Ţórir sonr jarlsins. Ţá var Atli inn mjóvi jarl. Hann bjó á Gaulum. Hans
börn váru ţau Hallsteinn, Hólmsteinn, Hersteinn ok Sólveig in fagra. Ţat var á einu hausti, at fjölmennt var á Gaulum at haustblóti. Ţá sá Ölvir hnúfa Sólveigu
ok gerđi sér um títt. Síđan bađ hann hennar, en jarlinum ţótti manna munr ok vildi eigi gifta hana. Síđan orti Ölvir mörg mansöngskvćđi um hana. Svá mikit gerđi
Ölvir sér um Sólveigu, at hann lét af herförum, ok váru ţá í herförum Ţórólfr ok Eyvindr lambi.