Those we murder with our mouths often live longest. A quote from the Icelandic saga, Njáls saga.
Njáls saga was written in the thirteen century and relates to events that occurred between 960 and 1020 in Iceland. It details a bloody feud which ends with the eponymous Njáll Þorgeirsson being burnt to death. The story shows that in the Viking Age small incidents could spiral into major feuds over several years and claiming several lives.
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