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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Holm perg 6 4° (Holm6)

parchment; c1400-1425; not skaldic;

Some of the information in this record derives from Stories for all time (FASNL)

Kungliga biblioteket, Stockholm

contents from the ONP and skaldic databases:

Amíkus saga ok Amilíuss 1r-3r
Bevers saga 3r-23v
Ívents saga 24r-39r
Parcivals saga 39v-56r
Parcivals saga 56v-61r
Valvens þáttr 56v-61r
Mírmants saga 62r-69v
Flóvents saga 70r-85v
Elís saga ok Rósamundar 86r-106v
Konráðs saga keisarasonar 107r-119v
Þjalar-Jóns saga 119v-126v  image
Möttuls saga 127r-128r
Clarus saga 128v-137v
Klárus saga 128v-137v
page- images - sts/text texts
121v b 600dpi – Detail bottom margin
b 600dpi
12-14: Þjalar-Jón Svipdagsson Lausavísur 1
30-03: Þjalar-Jón Svipdagsson Lausavísur 2
122r b 600dpi 30-03: Þjalar-Jón Svipdagsson Lausavísur 2 ÞJ
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