King Hákon the Good
Guthormr sindri's Hákonardrápa was composed in the 10th century in the honour of the king of Norway Hákon the Good.
Other drápur, written later in the 10th century, praise the Norwegian jarl Hákon Sigurðarson. They were composed by:
Only one stanza and a few verses of Þórleifr's work on Hákon survived. The stanza (preserved in Snorri Sturluson's Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar) especially praises the jarl for having sent nine princes to Odin (i.e. killed).
King Hákon Hákonarson
The latest Hákonardrápur refer to the king of Norway Hákon Hákonarson (Hákon the Old). They were composed in the 13th century by: