Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 242 fol, 53 (b300dpi)
AM 242 fol, 53 (d360dpi)

stanzas:
Eil Þdr 2III (31-1)
    ‘Geðstrangr of lét gǫngu’
Eil Þdr 3III (1-3)
    ‘Gǫrr, varð í fǫr fyrri’
Eil Þdr 5III (3-5)
    ‘Ok, Gangs, vanir gingu’
Eil Þdr 6III (5-7)
    ‘Ok vegþverrir varra’
Eil Þdr 7III (7-9)
    ‘Þar í mǫrk fyrir (-markar’
Eil Þdr 8III (10-12)
    ‘Harðvaxnar leit herðar’
Eil Þdr 9III (12-14)
    ‘Óðu fast (en) fríðir’
Eil Þdr 10III (14-16)
    ‘Unz með ýta sinni’
Eil Þdr 11III (16-18)
    ‘Né djúp- akǫrn drôpu’
Eil Þdr 12III (18-20)
    ‘Ok sifuna síðan’
Eil Þdr 13III (20-22)
    ‘Dreif fyr dróttar kneyfi’
Eil Þdr 14III (22-24)
    ‘Þars í þróttar hersar’
Eil Þdr 15III (24-26)
    ‘Ok, hôm, loga himni’
Eil Þdr 16III (26-28)
    ‘Fátíða nam frœði,’
Eil Þdr 18III (28-30)
    ‘Svát hraðskyndir handa’
Eil Þdr 19III (30-32)
    ‘Bifðisk hǫll þás hǫfði’
Eil Þdr 20III (32-2)
    ‘Glaums niðjum fór gǫrva’

prose text:

Skáldskaparmál

Snorra Edda

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© Den Arnamagnæanske Samling

AM 242 fol, 53 (b301dpi)
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