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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Vsp 15 (32-1)
    ‘Þar var Draupnir ’
Vsp 16 (33-1)
    ‘Álfr ok Yngvi, ’
Vsp 16 (1-4)
    ‘Unz þrír kvómu ’
Vsp 17 (1-3)
    ‘Unz þrír kvámu ’
Vsp 18 (3-5)
    ‘Önd þau ne áttu, ’
Vsp 17 (4-5)
    ‘Önd gaf Óðinn, ’
Vsp 18 (5-7)
    ‘Ask veit ek standa, ’
Vsp 19 (5-7)
    ‘Ask veit ek standa, ’
Vsp 19 (8-10)
    ‘Þaðan koma meyjar ’
Vsp 20 (8-11)
    ‘Þaðan koma meyjar ’
Vsp 20 (10-11)
    ‘Þær lög lögðu, ’
Vsp 21 (11-12)
    ‘Það man hon fólkvíg ’
Vsp 21 (11-13)
    ‘Þat man hon fólkvíg ’
Vsp 22 (12-13)
    ‘Þrysvar brenndu ’
Vsp 23 (13-15)
    ‘Heiði hana hétu ’
Vsp 22 (13-15)
    ‘Heiði hana hétu, ’
Vsp 24 (16-17)
    ‘Þágengureginöll ’
Vsp 23 (16-17)
    ‘Þá gengu regin öll ’
Vsp 25 (17-19)
    ‘Fleygði Óðinn ’
Vsp 24 (17-19)
    ‘Fleygði Óðinn ’
Vsp 26 (19-20)
    ‘Þá gengureginöll’
Vsp 25 (19-20)
    ‘Þá gengo regin ǫll’
Vsp 27 (20-22)
    ‘Þórr einn þar var, ’
Vsp 26 (20-22)
    ‘Þórr einn þar vá ’
Vsp 28 (23-25)
    ‘Veit hon Heimdalar ’
Vsp 27 (23-25)
    ‘Veit hon Heimdallar ’
Vsp 29 (25-28)
    ‘Ein sat hon úti ’
Vsp 28 (25-28)
    ‘Ein sat hon úti, ’
Vsp 30 (29-30)
    ‘Valði henni Herföðr ’
Vsp 29 (29-30)
    ‘Valði henni Herföðr ’
Vsp 31 (30-2)
    ‘Sá hon valkyrjur, ’
Vsp 30 (30-2)
    ‘Sá hon valkyrjur ’

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