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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Haralds þáttr hárfagra (HarHárf) - 17

Haralds þáttr hárfagra (HarHárf)

Skaldic vol. 2; ed. R. D. Fulk

part of: Flateyjarbók

verse introduction manuscripts contents

verses: (view text)

1. Þjóð Har 1I
2. Þjóð Har 2I
3. Þjóð Har 3I
4. Þhorn Harkv 21I
5. Þhorn Gldr 3I
6. Þhorn Gldr 4I
7. Þhorn Gldr 9I
8. Þhorn Gldr 5I
9. Þhorn Gldr 4I
10. Þhorn Harkv 7I
11. Þhorn Harkv 8I
12. Þhorn Harkv 9I
13. Þhorn Harkv 10I
14. Þhorn Harkv 11I
15. Þjóð Har 4I
16. Þhorn Harkv 13I
17. Þhorn Harkv 14I
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