Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Skí 28 (32-1)
    ‘Að undrsjónum þú verðir ’
Skí 29 (2-3)
    ‘Tópi ok ópi ’
Skí 30 (3-7)
    ‘Tramar gneypa ’
Skí 31 (7-9)
    ‘Með þursi þríhöfðuðum ’
Skí 32 (9-10)
    ‘Til holts ek gekk ’
Skí 33 (10-12)
    ‘Reiðr er þér Óðinn, ’
Skí 34 (12-14)
    ‘Heyri jötnar, ’
Skí 35 (14-16)
    ‘Hrímgrímnir heitir þurs ’
Skí 36 (16-19)
    ‘Æðri drykkju ’
Skí 37 (19-21)
    ‘Heill verþú nú heldr, sveinn, ’
Skí 38 (21-23)
    ‘Örindi mín ’
Skí 39 (23-24)
    ‘Barri heitir, ’
[not skaldic] (24-25)
    ‘Þá reið Skírnir heim. Freyr stóð úti ok kvaddi hann ok spurði tíðinda: ’
Skí 40 (25-27)
    ‘Segþú mér það, Skírnir, ’
Skí 41 (27-28)
    ‘Barri heitirlundr, ’
Skí 42 (28-30)
    ‘Löng er nótt, ’
[not skaldic] (30-32)
    ‘Þórr fór ór austrvegi ok kom að sundi einu. Öðrum megum sundsins var ferjukarlinn með skipið. Þórr kallaði: ’
[not skaldic] (30-30)
    ‘Hárbarðs ljóð ...’
Hárb 1 (32-1)
    ‘Hverr er sá sveinn sveina ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Hárbarðsljóð

Hárbarðsljóð

Skírnismál

Skírnismál

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