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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Víglundar saga (Vígl) - 24

Víglundar saga (Vígl)

Skaldic vol. 5; ed. Klaus Johan Myrvoll

verse introduction manuscripts contents

poems/stanza groups:


verses: (view text)

1. (1) Ólǫf Lv 1V (Vígl 1)
2. (2) Ketilr Lv 1V (Vígl 2)
3. (3) VíglÞ Lv 1V (Vígl 3)
4. (4) VíglÞ Lv 2V (Vígl 4)
5. (5) VíglÞ Lv 3V (Vígl 5)
6. (6) VíglÞ Lv 4V (Vígl 6)
7. (7) VíglÞ Lv 5V (Vígl 7)
8. Ketilr Lv 2V (Vígl 8)
9. (8) VíglÞ Lv 6V (Vígl 9)
10. (9) VíglÞ Lv 7V (Vígl 10)
11. (10) VíglÞ Lv 8V (Vígl 11)
12. (11) VíglÞ Lv 9V (Vígl 12)
13. (12) Ketilr Lv 3V (Vígl 13)
14. (13) VíglÞ Lv 10V (Vígl 14)
15. (14) Traust Lv 1V (Vígl 15)
16. (15) Traust Lv 2V (Vígl 16)
17. (16) VíglÞ Lv 11V (Vígl 17)
18. (17) Ketilr Lv 4V (Vígl 18)
19. (18) ÞórðVígl Lv 1V (Vígl 19)
20. VíglÞ Lv 12V (Vígl 20)
21. (20) VíglÞ Lv 13V (Vígl 21)
22. (21) VíglÞ Lv 14V (Vígl 22)
23. (22) VíglÞ Lv 15V (Vígl 23)
24. (23) VíglÞ Lv 16V (Vígl 24)
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