Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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image of AM 757 a 4° folio <12v>

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AM 757 a 4°, 12v (c300dpi)
AM 757 a 4°, 12v (d300dpi)
AM 757 a 4°, 12v (u300dpi)

stanzas:
Gamlkan Has 5VII (51-1)
    ‘Þú býðr ǫll með iðran,’
Gamlkan Has 6VII (2-3)
    ‘Oss verðr ey, nema þessum’
Gamlkan Has 7VII (3-5)
    ‘Ungr vǫnðumk ek, yngvi,’
Gamlkan Has 8VII (5-7)
    ‘Oflǫskvan hǫfum œsku’
Gamlkan Has 9VII (8-9)
    ‘Gerðak opt í orðum,’
Gamlkan Has 10VII (9-12)
    ‘Þinn hefr þunglig unnit’
Gamlkan Has 11VII (12-14)
    ‘Ókynni gatk, annan,’
Gamlkan Has 12VII (14-16)
    ‘Bergðak brjósti saurgu,’
Gamlkan Has 13VII (16-18)
    ‘Létk í ljós fyr Gautum’
Gamlkan Has 14VII (18-20)
    ‘Hendak hverjar stundir,’
Gamlkan Has 15VII (20-22)
    ‘Hétk opt fyr lið láta’
Gamlkan Has 16VII (22-24)
    ‘Hefr, at hvern of rifjak,’
Gamlkan Has 17VII (24-26)
    ‘Hverr es greppr, sás gerra,’
Gamlkan Has 18VII (26-28)
    ‘Ítr, lýstir þú ástar,’
Gamlkan Has 19VII (28-30)
    ‘Þú vast, mæztr, frá meyju’
Gamlkan Has 20VII (30-32)
    ‘Skjǫldungi erum skyldir’
Gamlkan Has 21VII (32-34)
    ‘Endr vart barðr ok bundinn,’
Gamlkan Has 22VII (34-36)
    ‘Þjófr annarr tók þannig,’
Gamlkan Has 23VII (36-38)
    ‘Yðr nam annarr kveðja’
Gamlkan Has 24VII (38-40)
    ‘Hlaut af yðr sem aðrir’
Gamlkan Has 25VII (40-41)
    ‘Hollostu gefr hæsta’
Gamlkan Has 26VII (42-43)
    ‘Hverr myndi svá hendir’
Gamlkan Has 27VII (43-45)
    ‘Sæll, tókt einn fyr allar’
Gamlkan Has 28VII (45-47)
    ‘Hilmir, reis, ens hæsta’
Gamlkan Has 29VII (47-49)
    ‘Leitt í lopt upp, dróttinn,’
Gamlkan Has 30VII (49-50)
    ‘Ítr lofar engla sveitar’

prose text:

Harmsól

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