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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anonymous Poems, Máríuvísur I, 13 in AM 1032 4°x

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transcr.Gretv m...nar[3] mætar | mínílig sva[4] kuína | flockurín kallmen klauckva | kvol bar...andí arma | dreígín var dros til skȯgar | do᷎pur ok mædd er hræddízt || gret sarlíga svarta | synd er ba̋lít kyndir. |
notes[3] The scribe has been unable to read the whole word and seems to have drawn exactly what he could see. The second half of the letter ‘m’ is partially missing and there seem to be faint traces or outlines of a v in front of n, indicating that the scribe was unsure about it, but wanted to suggest it as a possable reading. [4] Clearly a -ra / -va abbreviation sign.

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