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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Mey 23VII (32-1)
    ‘Kátrínu fyr krapt ok vitru’
Anon Mey 24VII (2-4)
    ‘Burðugt víf fekk bana af sverði,’
Anon Mey 25VII (5-6)
    ‘Vili þér eigi várum sálum’
Anon Mey 26VII (7-9)
    ‘Ágáða með yndi fríðu’
Anon Mey 27VII (10-12)
    ‘Ekki getr hann jungfrú lokkat’
Anon Mey 28VII (13-15)
    ‘Bál var kynt um brúði sæla,’
Anon Mey 29VII (16-18)
    ‘Gef þú mér er græddir lofða’
Anon Mey 30VII (19-21)
    ‘Agnes var með elsku tígnuð’
Anon Mey 31VII (22-24)
    ‘Haglig leysti hár úr dreglum’
Anon Mey 32VII (25-27)
    ‘Létti upp hendr ok lofaði drottin,’
Anon Mey 33VII (28-29)
    ‘Látið eigi ljúfar sætur’
Anon Mey 34VII (30-32)
    ‘Anteókía meyjan mjúkust’

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