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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Bǫðmóðr Lv 1VIII (Ket 28) (38-1)
    ‘Hverr er enn hávi,’
Keth Lv 17VIII (Ket 29) (1-3)
    ‘Ketill ek heiti,’
Bǫðmóðr Lv 2VIII (Ket 30) (3-4)
    ‘Upp skalt rísa’
Keth Lv 18VIII (Ket 31) (4-5)
    ‘Upp munk rísa’
Bǫðmóðr Lv 3VIII (Ket 32) (6-7)
    ‘Gamall ert fóstri,’
Keth Lv 19VIII (Ket 33) (8-9)
    ‘Óðin blóta’
Framarr Lv 1VIII (Ket 34) (15-16)
    ‘Illr er ǫrn í sinni,’
Framarr Lv 2VIII (Ket 35) (17-18)
    ‘Veifir þú vængjum,’
Keth Lv 20VIII (Ket 36) (21-22)
    ‘Dregsk nú Dragvendill,’
Keth Lv 21VIII (Ket 37) (22-24)
    ‘Hvat er þér Dragvendill,’
Framarr Lv 3VIII (Ket 38) (24-26)
    ‘Skelfr skegg á karli,’
Keth Lv 22VIII (Ket 39) (26-28)
    ‘Þarfatt oss eggja,’
Keth Lv 23VIII (Ket 40) (28-29)
    ‘Hræðiskat faðir meyjar’
Framarr Lv 4VIII (Ket 41) (31-32)
    ‘Hugr er í Hængi,’

prose text:

Gríms saga loðinkinna

Ketils saga hœngs

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AM 343 a 4°, 57v (b302dpi)
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