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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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KormǪ Sigdr 3III (28-1)
    ‘Eykr með ennidúki’
Steinþ Frag 1III (2-3)
    ‘Forngǫrvan ák firnum’
Egill St 23V (Eg 94) (4-5)
    ‘Blœtka því’
Egill St 24V (Eg 95) [1-4] (5-6)
    ‘Gǫfumk íþrótt’
Refr Giz 3III (7-9)
    ‘Þér eigum vér veigar,’
Eskál Vell 5I (9-10)
    ‘Hljóta munk, né hlítik,’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 8III (11-12)
    ‘Kostigr ríðr at kesti,’
Anon Eirm 1I (13-15)
    ‘Hvat's þat drauma,’
KormǪ Sigdr 7III (16-17)
    ‘Algildan biðk aldar’
Þórálfr Frag 1III (17-19)
    ‘Sagði hitt, es hugði,’
Bragi Þórr 1III (19-20)
    ‘Þat erum sýnt, at snimma’
Eskál Vell 37I (20-22)
    ‘Þvít fjǫlkostigr flestu’
Þblǫnd Frag 1III (22-23)
    ‘Nú hefk mart’

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