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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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OBarr Frag 2III (4-4)
    ‘Útan gnýr á eyri’
Refr Ferðv 1III (4-6)
    ‘Vágþrýsta berr vestan,’
Sveinn Norðrdr 1III (6-7)
    ‘Þás élreifar ófu’
Refr Ferðv 2III (7-8)
    ‘Fœrir bjǫrn, þars bára’
Refr Ferðv 3III (9-10)
    ‘En sægnípu Sleipnir’
ESk Frag 9III (11-12)
    ‘Harðr hefr ǫrt frá jǫrðu’
ESk Frag 10III (12-13)
    ‘Margr ríss, en drífr dorgar’
ESk Frag 11III (14-15)
    ‘Gránn, bera gollna spônu’
ESk Frag 12III (15-16)
    ‘Haustkǫld skotar hélðum’
ESk Frag 13III (16-16)
    ‘Sundr springr svalra landa’
Snæbj Lv 1III (17-19)
    ‘Hvatt kveða hrœra Grótta’
ESk Frag 14III (20-21)
    ‘Viknar ramr í, Rakna,’
Skúli Lv 1III (23-24)
    ‘Glens beðja veðr gyðju’
ESk Frag 1III (25-26)
    ‘Hvargi's Beita borgar’
Sveinn Norðrdr 2III (29-30)
    ‘Tóku fyrst til fjúka’
Ormr Frag 1III (33-33)
    ‘Ræðk þenna mǫg manni’
ÁKet Sverr 1III (34-35)
    ‘Siggœðir vas síðan’

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