Fjalla-Eyvindur (Icelandic for `Eyvindur of the Mountains`; 1714–1783) was an Icelandic outlaw. He and his wife Halla are reported to have fled into the remote highlands of Iceland after 1760. They lived in the wilderness for twenty years. A hot spring named Eyvindarhver is named after him. The Icelandic playwright Jóhann Sigurjónsson dramat.....
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