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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Þul Himins I 1III (1-1)
    ‘Níu eru himnar’
Þul Skipa 6III (1-1)
    ‘Sǫx, stœðingar,’
Þul Skipa 7III (2-2)
    ‘Húnn, húnbora’
Þul Skipa 8III (4-4)
    ‘Rô, rakki, rif,’
Þul Skipa 9III (6-6)
    ‘Barð, kné, byrði,’
Þul Skipa 10III (8-8)
    ‘Drengir, dragreip,’
Þul Jarðar 1III (10-10)
    ‘Jǫrð, fjǫrn, rofa,’
Þul Jarðar 2III (12-12)
    ‘Holt, hals ok fjǫll,’
Þul Øxna 1III (14-14)
    ‘[Enn skal segja’
Þul Øxna 2III (16-16)
    ‘Himinhrjóðr, simir’
Þul Øxna 3III (17-17)
    ‘Gneisti, apli,’
Þul Øxna 4III (19-19)
    ‘Kýr heitir skirja,’
Þul Hrúts 1III (21-21)
    ‘Hrútr, ofrhyrningr,’
Þul Hafrs 1III (23-23)
    ‘Hafr heitir grímnir’
Þul Hafrs 2III (25-25)
    ‘Heitir ok heiðrún,’
Þul Bjarnar 1III (26-27)
    ‘Bjǫrn, bersi, bolmr,’
Þul Hjartar 1III (28-28)
    ‘Hjǫrtr, duraþrór,’
Þul Galtar 1III (30-30)
    ‘Gǫltr, valglitnir,’
Þul Vargs 1III (32-32)
    ‘Vargr, ulfr, geri,’
Þul Vargs 2III (34-34)
    ‘Enn heitir svá:’

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Snorra Edda

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Traj 1374, 46r (b200dpi)
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