Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GKS 1005 fol, 2r (d300dpi)
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stanzas:
ESk Geisl 1VII (a1-a1)
    ‘Eins má óð ok bœnir’
ESk Geisl 2VII (a4-a4)
    ‘Þeirar's heims í heimi,’
ESk Geisl 3VII (a6-a6)
    ‘Siðar heilags brá sólar,’
ESk Geisl 4VII (a9-a9)
    ‘Upp rann, engla skepnu,’
ESk Geisl 5VII (a11-a11)
    ‘Sonr sté upp með ynði’
ESk Geisl 6VII (a13-a13)
    ‘Veitti dýrðar dróttinn’
ESk Geisl 7VII (a15-a15)
    ‘Nú skulum gǫfgan geisla’
ESk Geisl 8VII (a17-a17)
    ‘Heyr til afreksorða,’
ESk Geisl 9VII (a19-a19)
    ‘Yfirmanni býðk (unnin’
ESk Geisl 10VII (a21-a21)
    ‘Ǫld samir, Óláfs, gilda’
ESk Geisl 11VII (a23-a23)
    ‘Þreklynds skulu Þrœndir’
ESk Geisl 12VII (a25-a25)
    ‘Sigvatr frák at segði’
ESk Geisl 13VII (a27-a27)
    ‘Móðr vann margar dáðir’
ESk Geisl 14VII (a29-a29)
    ‘Réð umb tolf, sás trúði,’
ESk Geisl 15VII (a31-a31)
    ‘Fregit hefk satt, at segði’
ESk Geisl 16VII (a33-a33)
    ‘Ok hagliga hugðisk’
ESk Geisl 17VII (a35-a35)
    ‘Vakit frák víg á Stiklar-,’
ESk Geisl 18VII (a37-a37)
    ‘Fúss emk, þvít vann vísi’
ESk Geisl 19VII (a39-a39)
    ‘Náðit bjartr, þás beiðir’
ESk Geisl 20VII (a41-a41)
    ‘Gerðusk brátt, þars barðisk’
ESk Geisl 21VII (a43-a43)
    ‘Dýrð lætr dróttins Hǫrða,’
ESk Geisl 22VII (a44-a44)
    ‘Drótt þó dýran sveita’
ESk Geisl 23VII (a46-a46)
    ‘Þar kom blindr (en byrjak’
ESk Geisl 24VII (a48-a48)
    ‘Sjón fekk seggr af hreinu’
ESk Geisl 25VII (a49-a49)
    ‘Tolf mônuðr vas týnir’
ESk Geisl 26VII (a51-a51)
    ‘Mál fekk maðr, þars hvílir’
ESk Geisl 27VII (a53-a53)
    ‘Fǫður skulu fultings biðja’
ESk Geisl 28VII (a54-a54)
    ‘Gekk sínum bur søkkvir’
ESk Geisl 29VII (a56-a56)
    ‘Lét (jarplitaðs) ôtu’
ESk Geisl 30VII (a58-a58)
    ‘Raun's at sigr gaf sínum’
ESk Geisl 34VII (b1-b1)
    ‘Satt's, at silfri skreytta’
ESk Geisl 35VII (b3-b3)
    ‘Menn hafa sagt at svanni,’
ESk Geisl 36VII (b5-b5)
    ‘Mildings hefir haldin’
ESk Geisl 37VII (b6-b7)
    ‘Gǫfug lét Hǫrn ór hǫfði’
ESk Geisl 38VII (b8-b8)
    ‘Frétt hefk, at sá sótti’
ESk Geisl 39VII (b10-b10)
    ‘Dýrð es ágæt orðin’
ESk Geisl 40VII (b11-b11)
    ‘Veitk, at Vinðr fyr skauti’
ESk Geisl 41VII (b13-b13)
    ‘Sótti skrín et skreytta’
ESk Geisl 42VII (b15-b15)
    ‘Hôs lætr helgan ræsi’
ESk Geisl 43VII (b16-b16)
    ‘Hneitir frák at héti,’
ESk Geisl 44VII (b18-b18)
    ‘Tók, þás fell enn frœkni’
ESk Geisl 45VII (b20-b20)
    ‘Nú fremr, þann's gaf gumnum,’
ESk Geisl 46VII (b21-b21)
    ‘Mér's (en mærð skal stœra’
ESk Geisl 47VII (b23-b23)
    ‘Gyrðisk hála herðum’
ESk Geisl 48VII (b25-b25)
    ‘Misti maðr, es lýsti,’
ESk Geisl 49VII (b27-b27)
    ‘Þríar grímur vann þeima’
ESk Geisl 50VII (b30-b30)
    ‘Môs frák jarðar eisu’
ESk Geisl 51VII (b32-b32)
    ‘Tôkn gerir bjǫrt þau's birta’
ESk Geisl 52VII (b34-b34)
    ‘Háðisk hildr á víðum’
ESk Geisl 53VII (b37-b37)
    ‘Myndi mest und fjǫndum’
ESk Geisl 54VII (b40-b40)
    ‘Hétu hart á ítran’
ESk Geisl 55VII (b42-b42)
    ‘Vas, sem reyk (af ríki’
ESk Geisl 56VII (b46-b46)
    ‘Eyddu gumnar gladdir’
ESk Geisl 58VII (b49-b49)
    ‘Angrfyldrar varð aldar’
ESk Geisl 57VII (b49-b49)
    ‘Nú's oss, þau's vann vísi,’
ESk Geisl 59VII (b51-b51)
    ‘Lustu sundr á sandi’
ESk Geisl 60VII (b53-b53)
    ‘Tunga vas með tangar’
ESk Geisl 61VII (b55-b55)
    ‘Leyfðr's sás lét ok stýfðrar’
ESk Geisl 62VII (b58-b58)
    ‘Bíðr alls konar œðri’

prose text:

Geisli

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