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Of Arinbjorn's harrying.

Arinbjorn stayed at home on his estate that winter,
but in the next spring he let it be known that he meant to go a-freebooting.
Arinbjorn had good choice of ships.
He made ready in the spring three war-ships, all large, and he had three hundred men.
His house-carles he had on his own ship, which was excellently equipt;
he had also with him many landowners' sons.
Egil settled to go with him;
he steered a ship, and with him went many of the comrades whom he brought from Iceland. But the merchant-ship which he brought from Iceland he caused to be
moved eastwards to Vik, getting some men there to dispose of the cargo.