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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Þjóð Haustl 8III (32-1)
    ‘Fló með fróðgum tívi’
Þjóð Haustl 9III (1-3)
    ‘Sér bað sagna hrœri’
Þjóð Haustl 10III (3-5)
    ‘Urðut brattra barða’
Þjóð Haustl 11III (5-8)
    ‘Unz hrynsæva hræva’
Þjóð Haustl 12III (8-10)
    ‘Heyrðak svá, þat (síðan’
Þjóð Haustl 13III (11-13)
    ‘Hófu skjótt, en skófu,’
Arn Magndr 19II (19-19)
    ‘Ungr skjǫldungr stígr aldri’
Arn Þorfdr 24II [1-4] (21-21)
    ‘Bjǫrt verðr sól at svartri,’
Balti Sigdr 4II (23-23)
    ‘Alls engi verðr Inga’
Þjóð Haustl 14III [5-8] (24-25)
    ‘ók at ísarnleiki’
OBarr Frag 1III (26-27)
    ‘Hvégis, Draupnis drógar’
Bragi Frag 2III (28-29)
    ‘Hinn es varp á víða’
Mark Eirdr 32II (29-29)
    ‘Fjarri hefr at fœðisk dýrri’
Steinn Frag 1III (31-31)
    ‘Hás kveðk helgan ræsi’
Arn Herm 1III (33-33)
    ‘Hjalp dýrr konungr dýrum’

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