Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Alv 18 (33-1)
    ‘Ský heita með mönnum ’
Alv 19 (1-1)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 20 (2-3)
    ‘Vindr heitir með mönnum ’
Alv 21 (3-4)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 22 (4-5)
    ‘Logn heitir með mönnum ’
Alv 23 (5-5)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 24 (6-7)
    ‘Sær heitir með mönnum ’
Alv 25 (7-8)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 26 (8-9)
    ‘Eldr heitirmeð mönnum ’
Alv 27 (9-10)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 28 (10-11)
    ‘Viðr heitirmeð mönnum ’
Alv 29 (11-12)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 30 (12-13)
    ‘Nótt heitirmeðmönnum ’
Alv 31 (13-14)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 32 (14-15)
    ‘Bygg heitirmeð mönnum ’
Alv 33 (15-16)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Alvíss, ’
Alv 34 (16-17)
    ‘Öl heitir með mönnum ’
Alv 35 (18-19)
    ‘Íeinu brjósti ’
[not skaldic] (20-21)
    ‘Hér hefr upp kvæði frá H ...’
Hhund I 1 (21-23)
    ‘Ár var alda ’
Hhund I 2 (23-25)
    ‘Nótt varð í bæ, ’
Hhund I 3 (25-27)
    ‘Sneru þær af afli ’
Hhund I 4 (27-29)
    ‘Þær austr ok vestr ’
Hhund I 5 (29-31)
    ‘Eitt var að angri ’
Hhund I 6 (31-33)
    ‘Stendr íbrynju ’
Hhund I 7 (33-2)
    ‘Drótt þótti sá ’

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Edda (poetic)

Helga kviða Hundingsbana I

Helgakviða Hundingsbana I

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