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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Þorvalds þáttr víðfǫrla (ÞorvV) - 2

Þorvalds þáttr víðfǫrla (ÞorvV)

Skaldic vol. 1; ed. Diana Whaley

verse introduction manuscripts contents

mss from ONP, skaldic databases, handrit.is and FASNL:
AM 53 fol (53) 26vb-26v-  image  edit
AM 54 fol (54) 28ra-29va  image  edit
AM 61 fol (61) 28vb-31ra  image  edit
AM 62 fol (62) 12va-14vb  image  edit
AM 325 VIII 2 a 4° (325VIII 2 a) 1ra-1vb  image  edit
AM 325 VIII 2 d 4° (325VIII 2 d) 1rb-1vb  image  edit
AM 552 k α 4°x (552k &alphax) 0-0; 1r-5v  edit
BibStGen 3717x (x) 266r-309r  edit
GKS 1005 fol (Flat) 35va-36rb  image  edit
Holm perg 1 fol (Bb) 39vb-43rb  image  edit
ÍBR 4 4°x 329r-338r  edit
Lbs 423 folx 103r-105r  image  edit
NKS 1685 b 4tox (1685bx) 116r-116r  edit

mss referred to in stanzas/text:  AM 54 fol; AM 61 fol; AM 62 fol; AM 105 folx; AM 325 VIII 2 a 4°; AM 552 k α 4°x; AM 761 b 4°x; GKS 1005 fol; Holm perg 1 fol;

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