Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Sigrdr 13 (34-3)
    ‘Hugrúnar skaltukunna ’
Sigrdr 14 (4-4)
    ‘Þá mælti Míms höfuð ’
Sigrdr 15 (5-10)
    ‘Áskildi kvað ristnar ’
Sigrdr 16 (10-12)
    ‘ÁGungnis oddi ’
Sigrdr 17 (12-14)
    ‘Þær ru með ásum, ’
Sigrdr 18 (14-16)
    ‘Það eru bókrúnar, ’
Sigrdr 19 (16-18)
    ‘Nú skaltu kjósa ’
Sigrdr 20 (18-20)
    ‘Munka ek flæja ’
Sigrdr 21 (20-22)
    ‘Það ræð ek þér ið fyrsta ’
Sigrdr 22 (22-24)
    ‘Það ræð ek þér annað ’
Sigrdr 23 (24-25)
    ‘Það ræðekþérþriðja ’
Sigrdr 24 (25-27)
    ‘Allt er vant ’
Sigrdr 25 (27-28)
    ‘Annars dags ’
Sigrdr 26 (28-30)
    ‘Það ræð ek þér iðfjórða: ’
Sigrdr 27 (30-32)
    ‘Fornjósnar augu ’
Sigrdr 28 (32-34)
    ‘Það ræð ek þér ið fimmta: ’
Sigrdr 29 (34-34)
    ‘Það ræð ek þér ið sétta: ’

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