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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Gestumbl Heiðr 25VIII (Heiðr 72) (1-2)
    ‘Fara sák’
Gestumbl Heiðr 32VIII (Heiðr 79) (4-5)
    ‘Hverir ro þegnar,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 19VIII (Heiðr 66) (6-8)
    ‘Hverjar ro snótir,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 30VIII (Heiðr 77) (9-10)
    ‘Hverr er enn eini,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 5VIII (Heiðr 52) (11-13)
    ‘Hverr er enn mikli,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 26VIII (Heiðr 73) (14-16)
    ‘Hvat's þat dýra,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 27VIII (Heiðr 74) (18-19)
    ‘Hvat's þat dýra,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 20VIII (Heiðr 67) [1-2, 4-6] (20-21)
    ‘Hverjar ro leikur,’
Gestumbl Heiðr 22VIII (Heiðr 69) (22-2)
    ‘Hverjar ro snótir,’

prose text:

Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks

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© Stofnun Árna Magnússonar

GKS 2845 4°, 71v (b300dpi)
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