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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 721 4°, 16r (b300dpi)

Anon Mv III 4VII (34-2)
    ‘Rítar gjǫrðiz ranglátr’
Anon Mv III 5VII (2-4) -
    ‘Sefi gjǫrðiz saurlífr,’
Anon Mv III 6VII (4-6)
    ‘Ítri hafði einn hlut’
Anon Mv III 7VII (6-8)
    ‘Enn fór hann eitt sinn’
Anon Mv III 8VII (8-9)
    ‘Kvíðir við kvala-nauð’
Anon Mv III 9VII (10-11) -
    ‘Tíða sinna tregbjóðr’
Anon Mv III 10VII (12-13)
    ‘Síðan er hann sǫkk niðr’
Anon Mv III 11VII (14-15)
    ‘Englar kómu at þeim’
Anon Mv III 12VII (16-17)
    ‘Hrópar hinn, er gaf glæp,’
Anon Mv III 13VII (18-19)
    ‘Máría kom til móts þar,’
Anon Mv III 14VII (20-21)
    ‘„Hvessu máttu í hendr oss’
Anon Mv III 15VII (22-23)
    ‘Siða skyldar svá guð’
Anon Mv III 16VII (24-25)
    ‘„Ek mun eigi þat við þik’
Anon Mv III 17VII (26-27)
    ‘Koma fyrir Krists dóm’
Anon Mv III 18VII (28-29)
    ‘Kippa þeir um klerk upp’
Anon Mv III 19VII (30-31)
    ‘Árum veitti annsvǫr’
Anon Mv III 20VII (32-1)
    ‘Rangir váttar ráð þung’

prose text:

Máríuvísur I

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