Sigi, in Norse mythology, was a son of Odin, who was compelled to forsake the kingdom because he had, in the heat of passion, slain the brave Bredi, who had been more successful than himself in, the hunt. He obtained ships. from Odin and became a powerful viking, who subdued mighty kingdoms to his rule. He fell, at an advanced age, in a battle against his wife's brother, who had rebelled against his authority.

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