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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Magnússona saga (Msona) - 19

Magnússona saga (Msona)

Skaldic vol. 2; ed. Kari Ellen Gade

part of: Heimskringla

verse introduction manuscripts contents

verses: (view text)

1. (III 185) Þstf Stuttdr 2II
2. (III 186) ESk Sigdr I 1II
3. (III 187) ESk Sigdr I 2II
4. (III 188) Hskv Útdr 1II
5. (III 189) Hskv Útdr 2II
6. (III 190) Hskv Útdr 3II
7. (III 191) Hskv Útdr 4II
8. (III 192) Hskv Útdr 5II
9. (III 193) Hskv Útdr 6II
10. (III 194) Hskv Útkv 1II
11. (III 195) Hskv Útdr 7II
12. (III 196) Þstf Stuttdr 4II
13. (III 197) Hskv Útdr 9II
14. (III 198) Hskv Útdr 10II
15. (III 199) ESk Sigdr I 3II
16. (III 200) ESk Sigdr I 4II
17. (III 201) Hskv Útdr 11II
18. (III 202) ESk Sigdr I 5II
19. (III 203) ESk Geisl 37VII
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