Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Lilja (‘Lily’) — Anon LilVII

Martin Chase 2007, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Lilja’ in Margaret Clunies Ross (ed.), Poetry on Christian Subjects. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 7. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 544-677.

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Skj: Eysteinn Ásgrímsson: Lilja (AII, 363-95, BII, 390-416)

SkP info: VII, 613-14

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43 — Anon Lil 43VII

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 Bb Mier uirdizt hann myklu ædrí mætur gerdí ef hann adam ⸌⸌ sætí adr ek sueik þau | euann bædi æru snaud j pisl ⸌myrkr⸍ ok dauda satt er ath | fæstir si⸌e⸍a uid prettum sua mun en um iesum þenna þuí | treystumzt ek framt ath freista fordum fordum hefir ek | slæguitr uordít ჻ |   [VEÞ]  edit 
 99a Mieʀ virdist sem my̋cklű hærra hia | mætum Gűde hann Adám sæte ádur en | eg sűeik þaű Eűo bædi ærűsna | űd j mýrkur og daűda // satt er at | fæstir sia vid prettum sűo mun enn vm | ihesum þenna · þvi trey̋sti eg mier framt | at freista fordum hefi eg slægűitur ⸝ordit⸜ ||   [VEÞ]  edit 
 622 Mier virdízt hann micklü hærre mætur güd enn Adam ⸌⸌ sæti : adur eg sueik | þaü Ewam bædi æru snaüd j myrkur og daüda : || Satt e[…] ad fæstir sía víd prettüm svo mün enn vm iesum | þenna : þvi treystumzt eg framtt ad freísta , fordum hefi eg ⸝⸝ slæüítuʀ [...]dít |   [VEÞ]  edit 
 713 Mier […] þat miclu hærra . hía mætum gudi er adam sæte . adur eg sueík þau ⸌⸌ evam bædi . æru snaud j myrkur og dauda | […] fæzt er sía vid prettum . so mvn en um jesum þennan . þvi trevsti eg mier | f[…] freista . fordum hefí eg slæguítur ordit . // |   [VEÞ]  edit 
 41 8°x Mier virdest hann miklu hærre, og mætare enn | Adam sæte, adur eg sveik þꜹ Evu bæde, ur | du snaud J Pijsl og dꜹda. | Satt er ad fæster sia̋ vid prettum, so mun enn | umm JESVM þennann, þvi treistunst eg framt ad | freista, fordum hef eg slægur ordid.   [VEÞ]  edit 
 705x Mier virdist sem mycklu hæri | hia mætum gudi hann adam sæti | adur enn eg sveik þau Evo bædi | ærusnaud i myrkur og dauda: | Satt er at fæstir sia vid prettum | svo mun enn um Jesum þenna | þvi treysti eg mier framt at freista | fordum hef eg slægvitur ordid.  edit 
 4892 Mier virdezt þat miclo hǫra, hia mǫtom gude enn a Adam Sæte, aadr enn sueic þau Evo bǫde, ǫra snaud i pysl oc dauda Satt er at fǫstir sia vit prettom sva mun enn vin Jesum þennann, þvi treisti ec mier framt at freista, fordom hefe ec slǫgr ordet  edit 

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