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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Mgr 22VII (31-3)
    ‘Bragnings talar svá brúðrin signuð’
Anon Mgr 23VII (4-7)
    ‘Kristnum á sik lýð til lausnar’
Anon Mgr 24VII (8-9)
    ‘Guðs sonar minniz dráps ok dauða’
Anon Mgr 25VII (10-13)
    ‘Heyrið þat, er heilug Márja’
Anon Mgr 26VII (14-16)
    ‘Máttugr anzar mána stéttar’
Anon Mgr 27VII (17-20)
    ‘„Ráðinn er ek at rækta móður,’
Anon Mgr 28VII (21-23)
    ‘Hǫll ítarlig himna stillis,’
Anon Mgr 29VII (24-27)
    ‘„Heyri þjóð, kvað heilug Márja,’
Anon Mgr 30VII (28-30)
    ‘Skylt er at tjá þat er mildingr mælti’
Anon Mgr 31VII (31-2)
    ‘Mæla frá ek þat sikling sólar’

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