Styrkar, King Harald's "stallari" or marshal, a gallant man, escaped upon a horse. It was blowing a cold wind, and Styrkar wore little clothing but a shirt and helmet with a drawn sword in his hand. A wagoner wearing a lined skin-coat happened by. Styrkar offered to purchase his coat. The peasant refused on account of him being a Northman. Styrkar asked what he would do if that were true. The peasant replied that he would kill him if but he had a sword. I then shall kill you said Styrkar, and with one strike took off the peasants head. He then took the coat and rode away. In the top border appears the fable of the goat herder and the wild goats. In the lower border, more scenes of harvesting.