segen g(yl)denne (cp. 1021, 2767; Antiq. § 8). An emblem of loyalty; cp. Baeda, H.E. ii, c. 16. The banner was flying on a long pole (see 1022), which was fastened to the mast (Stjer. 130). On the meaning of gylden, see Gloss.: eal（l）gylden.
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