Gramur in Norse mythology, was the famous sword of the, hero Sigurd. It was the most excellent that had ever been made by dwarfs. Sigurd proved it in two ways: he cut in two a large piece of steel, and, behold, the sword had not even the slightest scratch; then he laid it in the river, which carried a light woolflake against it, and the latter was cut in two.

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