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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 From Skulvadi Ulfr : The Legend of The Son of Nadlan The Rus'
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  • Author's note: This poem was told by Priestess Advisor, Íva,

    to King Kerrigan The Fearless at his wedding feast

    at the height of his rule over the Kingdom of Kerrigarðr

    (later part of New Spain c. 1501). The poem was meant

    for Kerrigan as a warning to the direction of his rule.

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