Originally Posted by Blimpie
Must have been part of the famed amoeba dynasty...
actually it would be Jarl Ragnarsson. a Norse last name is his father's first name with either son
attached to it.
as far as being "The Boneless:"
There is some disagreement as to the meaning of Ivar's epithet "Boneless." Some have suggested it was a euphemism for impotence or even a snake metaphor (he had a brother named Snake-in-the-Eye). However, the Scandinavian sources describe a condition that is sometimes understood as similar to a form of osteogenesis imperfecta. The poem Háttalykill inn forni
describes Ivar as being "without any bones at all," which would seem to imply being double-jointed.
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