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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Arn Þorfdr 25II (1-2)
    ‘Ættbœti firr ítran’
Eskál Hardr 2III (2-4)
    ‘Né áttstuðill ættar’
Bragi Troll 1III (9-11)
    ‘Skǫld kalla mik:’
KormǪ Sigdr 5III (11-13)
    ‘Hróðr gerik of mǫg mæran’
ÞKolb Eirdr 2I [1-4] (13-15)
    ‘Mjǫk lét margar snekkjur’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 12III (15-17)
    ‘Þar kømr ô, en æri’
Ormr Frag 2III (18-19)
    ‘Ek hef orðgnótt miklu’
Edáð Banddr 9I [1-1] (21-21)
    ‘Dregr land at mun banda’
Þjóð Haustl 3III [1-4] (22-23)
    ‘Tormiðluðr vas tívum’
Eskál Vell 31I [7-8] (23-24)
    ‘rammaukin kveðk ríki’
Eyv Hál 13I (25-25)
    ‘Jólna sumbl’
KormǪ Sigdr 3III (26-27)
    ‘Eykr með ennidúki’

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