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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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image of AM 757 a 4° folio <10v>

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AM 757 a 4°, 10v (c300dpi)
AM 757 a 4°, 10v (d300dpi)
AM 757 a 4°, 10v (u300dpi)

Anon Leið 6VII (1-2)
    ‘Tekk til orðs þars urðu’
Anon Leið 7VII (3-5)
    ‘Varð bréf, þats goð gerði’
Anon Leið 8VII (5-7)
    ‘Sagði bréf, hver brygði’
Anon Leið 9VII (7-9)
    ‘Hætt kveðr heilagr dróttinn’
Anon Leið 10VII (9-11)
    ‘Munk, kvað vǫrðr, í virða,’
Anon Leið 11VII (11-13)
    ‘Fárskerðir býðr fyrðum’
Anon Leið 12VII (13-16)
    ‘Án megu engir (launa’
Anon Leið 13VII (16-18)
    ‘Stef skal hátt (né hætta’
Anon Leið 14VII (18-20)
    ‘Yfirþengill skóp engla’
Anon Leið 15VII (20-22)
    ‘Kristr setti frið fastan’
Anon Leið 16VII (22-24)
    ‘Reiddi rǫngum studdan’
Anon Leið 17VII (25-26)
    ‘Hás ræðr heimi þessum’
Anon Leið 18VII (26-28)
    ‘Fylgði lýðr af láði’
Anon Leið 19VII (28-30)
    ‘Tunglbryggju gaf tyggi’
Anon Leið 20VII (30-33)
    ‘Sinn skreytti dag dróttinn’
Anon Leið 21VII (33-34)
    ‘Einn es sælstr of sinni’
Anon Leið 22VII (34-37)
    ‘Engill kom við unga’
Anon Leið 23VII (37-39)
    ‘Dag mærri lét dýrðar’
Anon Leið 24VII (39-41)
    ‘Lét Jóannem ítran’
Anon Leið 25VII (41-43)
    ‘Enn vilda ek annat’
Anon Leið 26VII (43-46)
    ‘Sýndi sólar landa’
Anon Leið 28VII (46-48)
    ‘Hátt gengr dýrð, sús dróttinn’
Anon Leið 27VII (48-2)
    ‘Sín veitti dag dróttins’

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