Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Hhund II 24 (1-3)
    ‘Hverr er skjöldungr ’
[not skaldic] (1-1)
    ‘Þetta kvað Guðmundr Granmars sonr: ’
Hhund II 25 (3-5)
    ‘Hér má Höðbroddr ’
[not skaldic] (3-3)
    ‘Sinfjötli kvað: ’
Hhund II 26 (5-7)
    ‘Því fyrr skulu ’
Hhund II 27 (7-9)
    ‘Fyrr mundu, Guðmundr, ’
Hhund II 28 (9-11)
    ‘Þér er, Sinfjötli, ’
Hhund II 29 (11-13)
    ‘Þikkit mér góðir ’
[not skaldic] (13-17)
    ‘Helgi fekk Sigrúnar okáttu þau sonu; var Helgi eigi gamall. Dagr Högna sonr blótaði Óðin til föðurhefnda. Óðinn léði Dag geirs síns. Dagr fann Helga, mág sinn, þar sem heitir að Fjöturlundi. Hann lagði í gögnum Helga með geirnum. Þar fell Helgi en Dagr reið til fjalla ok sagði Sigrúnu tíðindi: ’
Hhund II 30 (17-20)
    ‘Trauðr em ek, systir, ’
Hhund II 31 (20-22)
    ‘Þik skyli allir ’
Hhund II 32 (22-24)
    ‘Skríðiat það skip ’
Hhund II 33 (24-27)
    ‘Bítia þér það sverð ’
[not skaldic] (27-27)
    ‘Dagr kvað: ’
Hhund II 34 (28-30)
    ‘Ær ertu, systir, ’
Hhund II 35 (30-32)
    ‘Þér býðr bróðir ’
Hhund II 36 (32-3)
    ‘Sitka ek svá sæl ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Helga kviða Hundingsbana II

Helgakviða Hundingsbana II

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