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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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VGl Lv 10V (Glúm 12) [1-4] (27-1)
    ‘Lattisk herr með hǫttu’
Eskál Vell 33I (1-3)
    ‘Hjalmfǫldnum, bauð hildi’
Tindr Hákdr 1I [5-8] (3-5)
    ‘þás hringfôum Hanga’
Hfr Hákdr 2III (5-8)
    ‘Ólítit brestr úti’
[Hfr Hákdr 2x - for refence only] (7-8)
    ‘Þaðan verða fǫt fyrða’
Grett Lv 31V (Gr 63) [1-4] (9-10)
    ‘Heldu Hlakkar tjalda’
ESk Øxfl 2III (11-12)
    ‘Eigi þverr fyr augna’
ESk Frag 5III (13-14)
    ‘Leyg rýðr ætt á ægi’
Refr Frag 3III (14-15)
    ‘Dagr vas fríðr, sás fǫgru’
Anon (SnE) 7III (17-18)
    ‘Svá skaut gegn í gǫgnum’
ÞjóðA Frag 3II (19-20)
    ‘Ganga él of Yngva’
Bragi Rdr 1III (20-22)
    ‘Vilið Hrafnketill heyra,’
Bragi Rdr 2III (23-24)
    ‘Nema svát góð ens gjalla’
Hallv Knútdr 4III (26-27)
    ‘Rauðljósa sér ræsir’
KormǪ Sigdr 4III (28-1)
    ‘Svall, þás gekk með gjallan’

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