Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Hárekr í Þjóttu (Hár)

11th century; volume 1; ed. Diana Whaley;

Lausavísur (Lv) - 2

Skj info: Hárekr Eyvindarson í Þjóttu, Norsk hövding, d. 1035. (AI, 308-9, BI, 286).

Skj poems:
Lausavísur

Hárekr (Hár) was a Norwegian chieftain from Þjótta (Tjøtta, Nordland), a son of the poet Eyvindr skáldaspillir (‘Plagiarist’ (?)) and otherwise well connected. According to Hkr and other sources, he enjoyed fluctuating relations with Óláfr Haraldsson (r. c. 1015-30) and other rulers, in a long career which terminated in a revenge killing, c. 1035, by Ásmundr Grankelsson, using Magnús góði’s axe. As well as being credited with two extant lausavísur, Hárekr is among the magnates listed in the U redaction of Skáldatal (SnE 1848-87, III, 269), with (Hofgarða-)Refr Gestsson as his skald. None of Hofgarða-Refr’s surviving poetry certainly concerns Hárekr, but his Frags 4, 5III could be from poems about Hárekr or his son Einarr (so LH I, 598).

Lausavísur — Hár LvI

Diana Whaley 2012, ‘(Introduction to) Hárekr í Þjóttu, Lausavísur’ in Diana Whaley (ed.), Poetry from the Kings’ Sagas 1: From Mythical Times to c. 1035. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 1. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 808.

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Skj: Hárekr Eyvindarson í Þjóttu: Lausavísur, 1027 (AI, 308-9, BI, 286)

in texts: Flat, Fsk, Gramm, Hkr, ÓH, ÓHHkr, ÓHLeg, ÓHÆ, TGT

SkP info: I, 808

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1. Kx - 416v/11-416v/18 (KS)
Raðit hefi ec at riða | rínleygs heþan minom | lads dynmari leiðar | lꜹngom heldr eɴ ganga | þótt leɢfiotrs liggi | lundr i eyrar sundi | kaɴ þioð kersci miɴi | knútr herscipom úti |
Holm2 - 54r/7-54r/9 (VEÞ)
Raþit hefi ec at riþa rinleygs heðan minvm laþs dynmari | leiþar lꜹngvm helldr en ganga . þoᴛ leɢfiǫturs liɢi lvndr i eyrar svndi kann þioð kersci | miɴi knutr herscipvm vti.
61 - 113rb/40-113va/1 (VEÞ)
Radit hefeg at | rida rinleiks hedan minam lads dynmari | leidar laungum helldr enn ganga . þott leɢfioturs líɢí | lundr i eyrar svndi kann þiod keski minni knut || herskipum vthi.
DG8 - 92v/28-92v/31 (VEÞ)
Raðet hævi ec at riða, rinlꝍks | heðan minum, laðs dynmare læiðar, langum hælldr en ganga, þo at læg | gfiatur liggi, lundr i æyrar sundi, kann þioð kæski minni, knutr hær | skipum uti·
A - 3v/11-3v/12 (VEÞ)
Ra | ðit hefik at riða rínleygs heþan mínv .
W - 101/3-101/3 (TW)
Raðið hefig at riða rinlæygs heðan mínum.
B - 2v/1-2v/2 (TW)
Raðit hefí ek at riða rin[...]|gs heðan [..]nu.
2. Kx - 417v/13-417v/20 (KS)
Lætca ec lundar eckior | læbꜹgs at þvi hlæia | sciotum eic fyr utan | ey ne danscar meyar | jorð at ec eigi þorða | ifla flꜹstz a hꜹsti | aflat stoðir froða | fara aptr vale krapta |
Holm2 - 54r/27-54r/29 (VEÞ)
Leccað ec | lvndar eckior lębꜹgs at þvi hlęgia sciotvm eik fyrir vtan ey ne danscar meyiar. | iorð at ec eigi þorþac ifla flꜹts i hꜹsti aflat sloðir froþa fara aptr vali crapta. |
61 - 113va/29-113va/32 (VEÞ)
Lackan ek lundar eckíu læbavgs at þvi hlæía skiotvm | eik fyrir vtan ey ne danskar meyiar iord at ek eigi þyr | da iflaflavstr ꜳ havsti ꜳ flatslodar froda fara aptur | vali krapta·
DG8 - 93r/16-93r/18 (VEÞ)
Læckat ek lundar ækciur, | lebaugs at þui lægia, skiotom æik firir uttan, æy ne danskar mæyiar, Jorð | at æigi þorðem, ifla flaust ihausti, aflat s⸌l⸍oðir froða, fara aftr vale krapta· |
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