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English: The 11th century Ramsund carving in Sweden depicts how Sigurd learnt the language of birds, in the Poetic Edda and the Völsunga saga.

The Ramsund carving in Sweden depicts:

  1. how Sigurd is sitting naked in front of the fire preparing the dragon heart, from Fafnir, for his foster-father Regin, who is Fafnir's brother. The heart is not finished yet, and when Sigurd touches it, he burns himself and sticks his finger into his mouth. As he has tasted dragon blood, he starts to understand the birds' song.
  2. The birds say that Regin will not keep his promise of reconciliation and will try to kill Sigurd, which causes Sigurd to cut off Regin's head.
  3. Regin is dead beside his own head, his smithing tools with which he reforged Sigurd's sword Gram are scattered around him, and
  4. Regin's horse is laden will the dragon's treasure.
  5. is the previous event when Sigurd killed Fafnir, and
  6. shows Otr from the saga's beginning.
Deutsch: Zeichnung des Runenstein.
Français : Pierre runique de Ramsund (Södermanland), XIe siècle. Elle représente le mythe de Sigurd.
  1. Sigurdr se brûle en cuisant le cœur de Fáfnir. Il lèche son doigt, goûtant ainsi le sang du dragon.
  2. Les oiseaux révèlent à Sigurdr les mauvaises intentions de Reginn.
  3. Regin mort, la tête tranchée par Sigurdr.
  4. Grani, le cheval de Regin, attaché à un arbre.
  5. Sigurdr tuant Fáfnir avec son épée Gramr.
  6. La loutre Ótr, à l'origine de la malédiction.
Polski: Kamień z Ramsund w Szwecji przedstawia
  1. Sigurda nagiego przy ognisku, jak przygotowuje smocze serce, wyjęte Fafnirowi, jako danie dla swojego ojczyma Regina, będącego jednocześnie bratem Fafnira. Serce nie jest jeszcze gotowe, gdy Sigurd dotyka go, parzy się i wkłada palce do ust. Po skosztowaniu krwi smoka zaczyna rozumieć mowę ptaków.
  2. Ptaki mówią mu, że Regin nie dotrzyma obietnicy pogodzenia się i będzie próbował zabić Sigurda, co doprowadza do tego, że Sigurd odcina Reginowi głowę.
  3. Regin leży martwy z głową u boku i swoimi narzędziami kowalskimi, jakich użył do przekucia miecza Sigurda Grama, zaś
  4. koń Regina jest objuczony skarbami smoka.
  5. Wcześniejsze wydarzenie - zabicie Fafnira przez Sigurda.
  6. Karzeł, od którego zaczęła się cała saga.
日本語: ラムスンド彫刻画に描かれている、ヴォルスンガ・サガの一節。.
Italiano: La scultura di Rasmund del XI secolo, in Svezia, mostra come Sigfrido impari il linguaggio degli uccelli nell'Edda poetica e nella Saga di Volsung. L'incisione di Ramsund che ritrae brani della Saga Völsunga. Sigfrido uccide il drago.
  1. Sigfrido è seduto nudo davanti al fuoco e preparando il cuore di drago di Fáfnir, per il suo padre adottivo, Reginn, fratello di Fáfnir. Il cuore non è ancora pronto, e quando Sigfrido lo tocca, si brucia e si porta il dito alla bocca. Nel momento in cui assapora il sangue di drago, inizia a capire il canto degli uccelli.
  2. Gli uccelli dicono che Reginn non manterrà la sua promessa di riconciliazione e cercherà di uccidere Sigfrido, e ciò porta l'eroe a uccidere Reginn tagliandogli la testa.
  3. Reginn è morto e giace vicino alla propria testa, con gli strumenti coi quali ha riforgiato la spada di Sigfrido, Gramr, sparsi intorno a lui e
  4. il cavallo di Regin viene caricato del tesoro del drago.
  5. Qui viene mostrato l'evento precedente, l'uccisione di Fáfnir da parte di Sigfrido.
  6. Infine, viene mostrato Ótr all'inizio della saga.
Português: O Ramsund descreve trechos da Saga de Völsunga. O Ramsund descreve trechos da Saga de Völsunga.
Español: La piedra tallada de Ramsund del siglo XI, Suecia, representa cómo Sigurd aprendió el lenguaje de los pájaros, en la Edda poética y la Saga Völsunga.
  1. Sigurd está sentado desnudo frente al fuego preparando el corazón del dragón Fafnir para su padre adoptivo Regin, hermano de Fafnir. El corazón aún no está listo, y cuando Sigurd lo toca, se quema y se pone el dedo en la boca. Cuando prueba la sangre del dragón, empieza a entender el canto de los pájaros.
  2. Los pájaros dicen que Regin no mantendrá su promesa de reconciliación e intentará asesinar a Sigurd, lo que provoca que Sigurd corte la cabeza de Regin.
  3. Regin yace muerto al lado de su cabeza, sus herramientas de herrero con las que volvió a forjar Gram, la espada de Sigurd, están esparcidas a su alrededor.
  4. El caballo de Regin está cargado con el tesoro del dragón.
  5. Es el suceso anterior donde Sigurd mata a Fafnir, y
  6. muestra a Ótr en el inicio de la saga.
Svenska: Ramsundsristningen. Sigurdsristningen vid Ramsund, Sundbyholm, Sörmlands runinskrifter 101. Ramsundsristningen, Södermanlands runinskrifter 101. Ramsundsristningen.
Suomi: Ramsundin kaiverrus kuvaa kuinka Sigurd tappaa Fafnirin ja Reginin.
Eesti: Vanemas Eddas jutustatud Sigurd Faafniritapja lugu, kujutatuna Ramsundi ruunikivil Rootsis.
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