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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 721 4°, 14r (b300dpi)

Anon Mv II 16VII (0-0)
    ‘„Líknarinnar lofat tákn,’
Anon Mv II 24VII (0-0)
    ‘Þikjumz ek í þinn flokk’
Anon Mv II 23VII (0-0)
    ‘Synda vertu sannreynd’
Anon Mv II 22VII (0-0)
    ‘Máría ertu mey skær’
Anon Mv II 21VII (0-0)
    ‘Þegar gjǫrðu þá mjǫg’
Anon Mv II 20VII (0-0)
    ‘Tunga má þat alls ǫng’
Anon Mv II 19VII (0-0)
    ‘Lifna fyrir lofat nafn’
Anon Mv II 18VII (0-0)
    ‘Manna hjálp ok miskunn’
Anon Mv II 17VII (0-0)
    ‘Vænust muntu várkunn’
Anon Brúðv 1VII (18-19)
    ‘Jöfurr gefi upphaf’
Anon Brúðv 2VII (20-21) -
    ‘Meira veiti oss ör’
Anon Brúðv 3VII (22-23)
    ‘Út gjörðisk atburðr ’
Anon Brúðv 4VII (24-25)
    ‘Sveinninn óx þar upp einn,’
Anon Brúðv 5VII (26-27)
    ‘Bríma þýðisk bóknám’
Anon Brúðv 6VII (28-29)
    ‘Æztri unni meyju mest’
Anon Brúðv 7VII (30-31)
    ‘Sviptir framdi söng opt’
Anon Brúðv 8VII (32-33)
    ‘Hlakkar gjörðist hugþekkr’

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Máríuvísur I

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