Part Nr 146
Finally the Gods caught Loki in Franangsfors (Franang's river), where he lived disguised as a salmon.
They placed him in a cavern on the islet Lyngvi in the midst of the Sea of Ámsvartnir.
Sigyn, the lawful wife of Loki but most unlike him, asked of the Gods that she might share his fate.
In the ghastly cavern Loki rests upon three sharp edges of rock, with a sword-point penetrating his back.
His fetters are twisted from the entrails of a wolf, Loki's son. A horrid serpent hangs above his face, dripping venom. The hair on Loki's head grows into noxious needles and piercing spikes.