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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon (SnE) 1III (0-0)
    ‘Bæði ák til brúðar’
Bragi Þórr 2III (7-8)
    ‘Vaðr lá Viðris arfa’
Ǫlv Þórr 1III (8-8)
    ‘Œstisk allra landa’
Eil Þdr 22III (9-10)
    ‘Vreiðr stóð Vrǫsku bróðir,’
EVald Þórr 2III (10-11)
    ‘Leit á brattrar brautar’
EVald Þórr 1III (11-12)
    ‘Sín bjó Sifjar rúni’
EVald Þórr 3III (13-14)
    ‘Svá brá viðr, at (sýjur)’
Bragi Þórr 3III (14-15)
    ‘Hamri fórsk í hœgri’
Ggnæv Þórr 1III (15-16)
    ‘Þás gramr, hinn's svik samðit,’
Þdís Þórr 1III (17-17)
    ‘Þórr hefr Yggs með ôrum’
Bragi Þórr 4III (17-18)
    ‘Ok borðróins barða’
Bragi Frag 3III (19-20)
    ‘Vel hafið yðrum eykjum’
Eil Þdr 17III (20-21)
    ‘Þrøngvir gein við þungum’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 5III (21-22)
    ‘Þjokkvaxinn kvezk þykkja’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 6III (23-25)
    ‘Fullǫflugr lét fellir’
Vetrl Lv 1III (26-27)
    ‘Leggi brauzt Leiknar,’
Þdís Þórr 2III (28-30)
    ‘Ball í Keilu kolli,’

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