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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Prose works relevant to the database

Valdimars saga (Vald)

verse introduction manuscripts contents

mss from ONP, skaldic databases, handrit.is and FASNL:
AM 524 4°x 83r-91v  edit
AM 557 4° (557) 1r-3r  image  edit
AM 568 4°x (568x) 65r-68v  edit
AM 576 a 4°x 6v-6v  image  edit
AM 576 b 4°x 20r-20r  edit
AM 585 e 4°x 1r-7v  edit
AM 588 q 4°x 1r-19v  edit
AM 589 c 4° 1r-8v  edit
BLAdd 4859x 10r-14v  edit
BLAdd 4875x 1r-10r  edit
BorgDist JJx 116r-120v  image  edit
GKS 1006 folx (1006x) 155r-162v  edit
ÍB 172 4°x -  edit
JS 270 8°x 271r-279r  image  edit
JS 411 8°x 155r-168v  edit
Lbs 222 folx (Lbs222x) 233v-239v  image  edit
Lbs 1502 4°x 94r-111v  edit
Lbs 2943 4°x 140r-157v  image  edit
Lbs 5176 4°x -  edit
Lbs 5134 8°x -  edit
NKS 1144 folx 136r-136v; 39r-44r  edit

mss referred to in stanzas/text: 

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