Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Sigv Lv 6I (-1-2)
    ‘Nú sitt heill (en) hallar’
Sigv Lv 7I (2-4)
    ‘Nú eru mælt (en mála’
Sigv Austv 2I (5-7)
    ‘Létk til Eiðs, þvít óðumk’
Sigv Austv 3I (7-9)
    ‘Vasa fýst, es rannk rastir’
Sigv Austv 4I (11-14)
    ‘Réðk til Hofs at hœfa;’
Sigv Austv 5I (15-17)
    ‘Gakkat inn, kvað ekkja,’
Sigv Austv 6I (18-20)
    ‘Nú hafa hnekt, þeirs hnakka’
Sigv Austv 7I (21-23)
    ‘Fórk at finna bôru’
Sigv Austv 8I (23-24)
    ‘Mista ek fyr austan’
Sigv Austv 13I (25-27)
    ‘Átt hafa sér, þeirs sóttu,’
Sigv Austv 14I (27-29)
    ‘Drjúggenginn vas drengjum’
Sigv Austv 15I (31-32)
    ‘Oss hafa augu þessi’
Sigv Austv 16I (33-35)
    ‘Búa hilmis sal hjǫlmum’
Sigv Austv 1I (36-1)
    ‘Hugstóra biðk heyra’

prose text:

Óláfs saga helga

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AM 68 fol, 24v (b300dpi)
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