The one who can equal her in these feats shall be king of Isenland, and share with her the throne of Isenstein.
Such was the noble Brunehilt, queen of Isenstein, in Norway.
Upon the twelfth-day morning, as we hear say, the winds had borne them far away to Isenstein in Brunhild's land.
He was told that such had always been the rule at Isenstein, and that he, like others, must submit.
Every one in the castle of Isenstein, from the princess to the kitchen-maid, felt grateful to the young hero for what he had done.
It is the land and folk of Brunhild and the fortress Isenstein, as ye heard me say.
And they carried word to all of Brunhild's kinsmen and liegemen, bidding them to come without delay to Isenstein.
Within three days I will bring to Isenstein a host of warriors such as you have never seen.
Without delay she prayed them / to come to Isenstein, And bade them all be given / fit apparel rare and fine.