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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Herv Lv 12VIII (Heiðr 31) (22-2)
    ‘Segir eigi satt mér’
Angantýr Lv 3VIII (Heiðr 32) (3-4)
    ‘Hnigin er helgrind,’
Herv Lv 13VIII (Heiðr 33) (5-6)
    ‘Brennið eigi svá’
Angantýr Lv 4VIII (Heiðr 34) (6-8)
    ‘Segik þér Hervǫr,’
Angantýr Lv 5VIII (Heiðr 35) (8-10)
    ‘Munt son geta,’
Herv Lv 15VIII (Heiðr 38) (10-12)
    ‘Maðr þóttumk ek’
Angantýr Lv 7VIII (Heiðr 39) (12-14)
    ‘Liggr mér und herðum’
Herv Lv 16VIII (Heiðr 40) (14-15)
    ‘Ek mun hirða’
Angantýr Lv 8VIII (Heiðr 41) (16-17)
    ‘Heimsks ert Hervǫr’
Herv Lv 17VIII (Heiðr 42) (17-19)
    ‘Vel gerðir þú,’
Angantýr Lv 9VIII (Heiðr 43) (19-21)
    ‘Veizt eigi þú,’
Herv Lv 18VIII (Heiðr 44) [1-7] (21-22)
    ‘Ek mun ganga’

prose text:

Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks

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