Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Am 113 (35-2)
    ‘Dauðr varð inn húnski, ’
Am 114 (3-4)
    ‘Komtaþú af því þingi ’
Am 115 (5-7)
    ‘Lýgr þú nú, Guðrún, ’
Am 116 (7-8)
    ‘Knörr mun ek kaupa ’
Am 117 (9-11)
    ‘Nár varð þá Atli, ’
Am 118 (11-13)
    ‘Sæll er hverr síðan ’
[not skaldic] (13-20)
    ‘Guðrún gekk þá til sævar er hon hafði drepið Atla, gekk út ásæinn ok vildi fara sér. Hon mátti eigi sökkva. Rak hana yfir fjörðinn áland Jónakrs konungs. Hann fekk hennar. Þeira synir vóru þeir Sörli ok Erpr ok Hamðir. Þar fæddiz upp Svanhildr Sigurðar dóttir. Hon var gift Jörmunrekk inum ríkja. Með hánum var Bikki. Hann réð það að Randvér konungs son skyldi taka hana. Það sagði Bikki konungi. Konungr lét hengja Randvé en troða Svanhildi undir hrossa fótum. En er það spurði Guðrún þá kvaddi hon sonu sína. ’
[not skaldic] (13-13)
    ‘Frá Guðrúnu ...’
[not skaldic] (20-20)
    ‘Guðrúnar hvöt ...’
Ghv 1 (21-22)
    ‘Þá frá ek sennu ’
Ghv 2 (23-24)
    ‘Hví sitið? ’
Ghv 3 (24-25)
    ‘Hvítum ok svörtum ’
Ghv 4 (25-28)
    ‘Urðua ið glíkir ’
Ghv 5 (28-30)
    ‘Þá kvað það Hamðir ’
Ghv 6 (30-32)
    ‘Urðu þér ’
Ghv 7 (32-33)
    ‘Berið hnossir fram ’
Ghv 8 (33-34)
    ‘Hlæjandi Guðrún
Ghv 9 (35-1)
    ‘Hlóðuz móðgir ’

prose text:

Atlamál

Atlamál

Edda (poetic)

Frá Guðrúnu

Guðrúnarhvöt

Guðrúnarhvöt

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