Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Fáfn 6 (34-2)
    ‘Hverr þik hvatti, ’
Fáfn 7 (2-4)
    ‘Hugr mik hvatti, ’
Fáfn 8 (4-6)
    ‘Veit ek, ef þú vaxa næðir ’
Fáfn 9 (6-8)
    ‘Því bregðr þú nú mér, Fáfnir, ’
Fáfn 10 (8-10)
    ‘Heiftyrði ein ’
Fáfn 11 (10-11)
    ‘Fé ráða ’
Fáfn 12 (11-13)
    ‘Norna dóm ’
Fáfn 13 (13-15)
    ‘Segðu mér, Fáfnir, ’
Fáfn 14 (15-16)
    ‘Sundrbornar mjök ’
[not skaldic] (15-15)
    ‘Fáfnir kvað: ’
Fáfn 15 (17-18)
    ‘Segðu mér það, Fáfnir, ’
[not skaldic] (17-17)
    ‘Sigurðr kvað: ’
Fáfn 16 (18-19)
    ‘Óskópnir hann heitir ’
[not skaldic] (18-18)
    ‘Fáfnir kvað: ’
Fáfn 17 (19-21)
    ‘Ægis hjálm ’
Fáfn 18 (21-23)
    ‘Ægis hjálmr
[not skaldic] (21-21)
    ‘Sigurðr kvað: ’
Fáfn 19 (23-24)
    ‘Eitri ek fnæsta ’
[not skaldic] (23-23)
    ‘Fáfnir kvað: ’
Fáfn 20 (24-26)
    ‘Inn rammi ormr, ’
[not skaldic] (24-24)
    ‘Sigurðr kvað: ’
Fáfn 21 (26-27)
    ‘Ræð ek þér nú, Sigurðr, ’
[not skaldic] (26-26)
    ‘Fáfnir kvað: ’
Fáfn 22 (27-29)
    ‘Ráð er þér ráðið ’
[not skaldic] (27-27)
    ‘Sigurðr kvað: ’
Fáfn 23 (29-31)
    ‘Reginn mik réð, ’
[not skaldic] (31-1)
    ‘Reginn var ábrott horfinn meðan Sigurðr vá Fáfni ok kom þá aftr er Sigurðr strauk blóð af sverðinu. Reginn kvað: ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Fáfnismál

Fáfnismál

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