Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anonymous Lausavísur (Anon)

I. 5. Lausavísur from Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar in mesta (ÓT) - 3

not in Skj

2.2: Lausavísur from Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar in mesta — Anon (ÓT)I

Kate Heslop and Diana Whaley 2012, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Lausavísur from Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar in mesta’ in Diana Whaley (ed.), Poetry from the Kings’ Sagas 1: From Mythical Times to c. 1035. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 1. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 1082.

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in texts: Flat, Kristni, ÓT, Stefn

SkP info: I, 1082

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1. 61 - 32rb/22-32rb/25 (VEÞ)
Nv hefir stafn valinn stefnis straumr ferr vm | hol knerri . felle veðr af fialli . fiallrænt brotit allan . helldr kveð | ek vist at valldi vera mvn bo᷎nd i landi . geisar ꜳ m isi . ꜳsriki gny | slikum.
Hb - 15r/20-15r/22 (VEÞ)
Nv hefir stafnvali stefnis stravmr ferr | vm hol knerri felli veðr af fialli fiallrænt brotið allan helldr getv ver at va | lldi vera mvnv bond i londvm geisár a m isi asriki gny slikvm
2. 61 - 53vb/29-53vb/31 (KSH)
Of fiaʀi stendr errinn. ormr brvnar dauckr at navckva. hꜳʀ m | hyɢiv stora. hlyri minn ok vinnvr. ef værím her hꜳrir. hardraðs synir badir | snakr skriðr þar er brím blikir. brædr tueir ne vit þa flæðim.
53 - 50vb/26-50vb/31 (KSH)
Of fiaʀí | stendr eʀín orm brvn dǫckr ꜳ nǫckua h | ꜳʀ m hyggiu stora hlyri minn ok uínnur | ef uærim her hꜳrir hardrads synír | badir snakr skridr þar er brím bleikir ∙ | brœdr tveir ne vit þa flœdím ∙
54 - 43vb/29-43vb/32 (KSH)
Of fiaʀi stendr eʀinn ∙ orms brun dauckr a navc | kua. haʀ med hrygginn stora. hlyri mínn ok vinnvr | æf værím her ha᷎rir ∙ hardrads synir badir ∙ sna᷎kr | skridr þar er brím bleikir ∙ brœdr tueir ne vit þa flædim |
62 - 43ra/39-43rb/2 (KSH)
Offíaʀí stendr ęrínn ormr | brvnar dǫckr at nǫckva har m hyggío stíora hlyʀí mínn || 7 vínnr ef verím her harrar herrads synir badir snakr skredr | þar er brím bleikir brędr í ne vit þa flędim
Flat - 52va/22-52va/25 (KSH)
Of fíarre stendr errínn ormr brunar daukkr | at no᷎kkuí hárr m hygginn stíora hlyrí mínn ok vínnír ef verím her harar | hardrads synir bader. snakr skridr þar er brun blæíkir ∙ brædr tuæír ne | uit þa flædim
3. 61 - 53vb/33-53vb/35 (KSH)
Leika barðz ꜳ borði. byr hreins fir þer einum | gramr mvn ꜳ folldo fremri. fáʀ. lx. ꜳ̋ra. mer leikr einn ok. o᷎lldo | sueipr i greipum. þ uerð ek borðz ꜳ barða. bægin fir vægia.
53 - 50vb/34-50vb/28 (KSH)
Leika bardz ꜳ bordi byrhreins fyr þer eínum | gramr er ꜳ folldv fremri fꜳr sextigum | ꜳra mer leikr eín ok avnnvr avlldvr s | veipr i greipum þui verd ek bordz ꜳ | barda bæginn fyr þer vægia
54 - 43vb/35-43vb/38 (KSH)
Leika bardz a bordi. byʀhreíns fyr þer einvm ∙ gramr er | a folldv fremrí ∙ faʀ sextigi a᷎ra ∙ mer leikr eín ok on | nur aulldv sueipr i greipum ∙ þui verd ek bordz a bar | da ∙ bæginn fyr þer væghia ∙
62 - 43rb/4-43rb/7 (KSH)
leika bards a bordi b[...]eins | fir þer eínvm gramr mvn a folldu fremrí far lx∙ ara [...] | leikr einn 7 annar ǫlldv sveípr [...] greípvm þvi uerd ek [...]z | a barda bęgní fir vęgia ∙
Flat - 52va/26-52va/29 (KSH)
Læika bardz aborde | byr hræíns fyr þer æínum grimr mun afolldu fremri fꜳrr sextigir ára | mer leikr æinn ok annarr olldu sueipr j greípum þvi verd ek bordz abar | da bægínn fyrir uægía
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