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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 673 a II 4° (AM 673 a II 4°)

parchment; c1200; not skaldic; description: Icelandicdigital images

The Arnamagnæan Collection, Den arnamagnæanske samling, Nordisk forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen and Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík

contents from the ONP and skaldic databases:

“Physiologus” 1r-6v  image
Hómilíur : Homiliae & sermones 8r-9v  image
Prédikanir 8r-9v  image
page- images - sts/text texts
1r d 434dpi Phys
1v d 434dpi Phys
2r d 428dpi Phys
2v d 436dpi Phys
3r d 428dpi Phys
3v d 428dpi Phys
4r d 428dpi Phys
4v d 418dpi Phys
5r d 426dpi Phys
5v d 424dpi Phys
6r d 420dpi Phys
6v d 423dpi Phys
7r d 433dpi
7v d 430dpi
8r d 430dpi Hóm
8v d 429dpi Hóm
9r d 425dpi Hóm
9v d 409dpi Hóm
accMat01r d 106dpi
d 428dpi
addMat01r d 106dpi
d 110dpi
d 117dpi
d 121dpi
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