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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Hákonar saga góða (HákGóð) - 42

Hákonar saga góða (HákGóð)

Skaldic vol. 2; ed. Kari Ellen Gade

part of: Heimskringla

verse introduction manuscripts contents place names

verses: (view text)

1. (I 60) Glúmr Gráf 2I
2. (I 61) Glúmr Gráf 3I
3. (I 62) Gsind Hákdr 1I
4. (I 63) Gsind Hákdr 7I
5. (I 64) Gsind Hákdr 3I
6. (I 65) Gsind Hákdr 4I
7. (I 66) Gsind Hákdr 5I
8. (I 67) Glúmr Gráf 4I
9. (I 68) KormǪ Sigdr 6III
10. (I 69) Gsind Hákdr 6I
11. (I 70) Gsind Hákdr 7I
12. (I 71) Gsind Hákdr 8I
13. (I 72) Eyv Lv 6I
14. (I 73) Eyv Lv 1I
15. (I 74) Eyv Lv 2I
16. (I 75) Eyv Hák 2I
17. (I 76) Eyv Hák 3I
18. (I 77) Eyv Hák 4I
19. (I 78) ÞSjár Þórdr 1I
20. (I 79) Eyv Hák 5I
21. (I 80) Eyv Hák 6I
22. (I 81) Eyv Lv 4I
23. (I 82) Eyv Lv 5I
24. (I 83) ÞSjár Þórdr 2I
25. (I 84a) ÞSjár Þórdr 3I
26. (I 84b) ÞSjár Þórdr 4I
27. Eyv Hák 1I
28. Eyv Hák 7I
29. Eyv Hák 8I
30. Eyv Hák 9I
31. Eyv Hák 10I
32. Eyv Hák 11I
33. Eyv Hák 12I
34. Eyv Hák 13I
35. Eyv Hák 14I
36. Eyv Hák 15I
37. Eyv Hák 16I
38. Eyv Hák 17I
39. Eyv Hák 18I
40. Eyv Hák 19I
41. Eyv Hák 20I
42. Eyv Hák 21I
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