Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Holm perg 1 fol, 118r (f150dpi)

stanzas:
ESk Geisl 43VII (b33-a1)
    ‘Hneitir frák at héti,’
ESk Geisl 44VII (a1-a4)
    ‘Tók, þás fell enn frœkni’
ESk Geisl 45VII (a5-a6)
    ‘Nú fremr, þann's gaf gumnum,’
ESk Geisl 46VII (a7-a10)
    ‘Mér's (en mærð skal stœra’
ESk Geisl 47VII (a11-a13)
    ‘Gyrðisk hála herðum’
ESk Geisl 48VII (a14-a16)
    ‘Misti maðr, es lýsti,’
ESk Geisl 49VII (a17-a19)
    ‘Þríar grímur vann þeima’
ESk Geisl 50VII (a20-a22)
    ‘Môs frák jarðar eisu’
ESk Geisl 51VII (a23-a26)
    ‘Tôkn gerir bjǫrt þau's birta’
ESk Geisl 52VII (a26-a30)
    ‘Háðisk hildr á víðum’
ESk Geisl 53VII (a30-a33)
    ‘Myndi mest und fjǫndum’
ESk Geisl 54VII (a34-b1)
    ‘Hétu hart á ítran’
ESk Geisl 55VII (b2-b5)
    ‘Vas, sem reyk (af ríki’
ESk Geisl 56VII (b5-b8)
    ‘Eyddu gumnar gladdir’
ESk Geisl 57VII (b9-b12)
    ‘Nú's oss, þau's vann vísi,’
ESk Geisl 58VII (b13-b16)
    ‘Angrfyldrar varð aldar’
ESk Geisl 59VII (b16-b19)
    ‘Lustu sundr á sandi’
ESk Geisl 60VII (b19-b22)
    ‘Tunga vas með tangar’
ESk Geisl 61VII (b23-b26)
    ‘Leyfðr's sás lét ok stýfðrar’
ESk Geisl 62VII (b27-b30)
    ‘Bíðr alls konar œðri’
ESk Geisl 63VII (b30-b33)
    ‘Heðan vas ungr frá angri’
ESk Geisl 64VII (b34-a2)
    ‘Hverr's svá horskr, at byrjar’

prose text:

Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar en mesta

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Holm perg 1 fol, 118r (f200dpi)
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