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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 128 4° (AM 128 4°)

parchment; c1450-1500; not skaldic; description: Icelandic

The Arnamagnæan Collection, Den arnamagnæanske samling, Nordisk forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen and Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík

contents from the ONP and skaldic databases:

Jónsbók & réttarbætr 1v-71v
Jónsbók : Um sektir 72r-72v
Réttarbætr Hákonar Magnússonar 77r-77v
Réttarbætr Eiríks Magnússonar 77v-78v
Gamli sáttmáli 82v-82v
Hirðskrá 83r-83r
Hirðskrá 87r-87v
Kristinn réttr Árna biskups 87v-88r
Búalög 88r-94r
Kristinn réttr Árna biskups 91v-93r
Hirðskrá 94r-94v
Kristin réttur Árna biskups 95r-109v
Kristinn réttr Árna biskups 95r-109v
Ritning Alkvíns : “De virtutibus et vitiis” 110v-110v

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