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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Dillmann, François-Xavier (8)

François-Xavier Dillmann

1979. Egill, Þorgerðr et la gravure du Sonatorrek. Une tentative delucidation

1996. Runorna i den fornisländska litteraturen. En översikt

2000. Ad noen geografiske navn i Heimskringla

2002a. Nornen

2002b. Le heaume du roi Hákon. A propos des strophes III et IV des Hákonarmál

2006. Les magiciens dans l’Islande ancienne: études sur la représentation de la magie islandaise et de ses agents dans les sources littéraires norroises

2007. Vættir

2009. Des sacrifices humains lors du lancement des navires dans la Scandinavie ancienne? Remarques sur le composé norrois hlunnroð

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