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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Þjóð Haustl 1III (10-13)
    ‘Hvé skalk góðs at gjǫldum’
Þjóð Haustl 2III (13-15)
    ‘Segjǫndum fló sagna’
Þjóð Haustl 3III (15-17)
    ‘Tormiðluðr vas tívum’
Þjóð Haustl 4III (17-19)
    ‘Fjallgylðir bað fyllar’
Þjóð Haustl 5III (19-21)
    ‘Fljótt bað foldar dróttinn’
Þjóð Haustl 6III (21-23)
    ‘Ok slíðrliga síðan’
Þjóð Haustl 7III (23-25)
    ‘Þá varð fastr við fóstra’
Þjóð Haustl 8III (25-28)
    ‘Fló með fróðgum tívi’
Þjóð Haustl 9III (28-30)
    ‘Sér bað sagna hrœri’
Þjóð Haustl 10III (30-32)
    ‘Urðut brattra barða’
Þjóð Haustl 11III [1-5] (32-1)
    ‘Unz hrynsæva hræva’

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