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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Louis-Jensen, Jonna (18)

Jonna Louis-Jensen

In spe. De norske kongers sagaer 1030-1155

1968. Hulda: Sagas of the Kings of Norway 1035-1177. Manuscript no. 66 fol. in the Arnamagnæan Collection

1968. Hulda: Sagas of the Kings of Norway 1035-1177. Manuscript no. 66 fol. in the Arnamagnæan Collection

1970a. “Syvende og ottende brudstykke”. Fragmentet AM 325 IV 4to.

1970b. Et forlæg til Flateyjarbók? Fragmenterne AM 325 IV ß og XI, 3 4to

1970c. En strofe af Bersǫglisvísur

1977. Kongesagastudier: Kompilationen Hulda-Hrokkinskinna

1981. Vǫndr er Máría mynduð

1985. The Sixth International Saga Conference, 28.7-28.8 1985: Workshop papers I-II

1987. To halvstrofer fra Bryggen i Bergen

1993. Breta sögur

1994a. Norrøne navnegåder

1994b. Egill Skallagrímssons sidste strofe

1997. Heimskringla – et værk af Snorri Sturluson?

1998. Plácitus drápa

2003. Småstykker

2006. Con Amore. En artikelsamling udgivet på 70-årsdagen den 21. oktober 2006

2010. ‘Hovedløs. Til en lausavísa af Þórðr Kolbeinsson’

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