Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Einarr Gilsson (EGils)

14th century; volume 4; ed. Guðrún Nordal;

Selkolluvísur (Selv) - 21

Skj info: Einarr Gilsson, Isl. lagmand og skjald, 14. årh. (AII, 397-411, BII, 418-40).

Skj poems:
1. Et digt (drape?) om Guðmund Arason, biskop
2. Et hrynhent digt om Gudmund Arason
3. Selkollu-vísur

Selkolluvísur (‘Vísur about Seal Head’) — EGils SelvIV

Not published: do not cite (EGils SelvIV)

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Skj: Einarr Gilsson: 3. Selkollu-vísur (AII, 408-11, BII, 434-40)

This edition is currently in preparation and will be published in a forthcoming volume of the series. The text below is from a superseded edition (Skj where relevant). Do not refer to this site when using the text below.

4 — EGils Selv 4IV

Cite as: Not published: do not cite (EGils Selv 4IV)

The following text is from a superseded edition and is not the work of the editor(s) named on this page. It is included for reference only. Do not refer to this site when using this text but rather consult the original edition (Skj where relevant).

Dálkr réð fyrri fólki,
furðu tíðr á smíðar,
ei var auðar bægir
ólmr, at Lægishólmi;
kemr í hús, en hamra
hlyns olli þat kynjum,
Gríðr til girndar fæðis
gjósorð um dag ljósan.

texts: GBpD 38

editions: Skj Einarr Gilsson: 3. Selkollu-vísur 4 (A; B);


AM 396 4° (396) 19r, 29 - 19r, 32 (GBpD)  transcr.  image  
Holm perg 5 fol (5) 22vb, 17 - 22vb, 21 (GBpD)  transcr.  
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