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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Tiodels saga riddara ()

verse introduction manuscripts contents

mss from ONP, skaldic databases, handrit.is and FASNL:
AM 568 4°x (568x) 178r-181r  edit
AM 123 8° 1r-6r  edit
BLAdd 4860x (4860x) 285r-292r  edit
Holm papp 16 4°x 127v-133v  edit
Holm papp 10 8°x (papp10 8°x) 180r-193v  edit
ÍB 45 folx (ÍB45x) 115v-118v  image  edit
ÍB 52 folx (ÍB52x) 171v-171v  image  edit
JS 27 folx (27x) 253v-258v; 254r-258v  image  edit
JS 160 folx (JS160x) 315r-319v  image  edit
JS 635 4°x 132r-139r  edit
JS 640 4°x (JS640 4°x) 134v-145v  edit
Lbs 272 folx (Lbs272x) 86r-89v  edit
Lbs 715 4°x 7r-13v  edit
Lbs 1498 4°x 71-122  edit
Lbs 2319 4°x 87r-93v  image  edit
Lbs 5152 4°x -  edit
Lbs 4547 8°x -  image  edit
Lbs 4834 8°x -  edit
NKS 1144 folx 135v-136r  edit
Rask 31x 153v-158r  edit

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