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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Hávm 158 (35-1)
    ‘Það kann ek ið sextánda, ’
Hávm 161 (35-1)
    ‘Það kann eg ið sextánda: ’
Hávm 159 (2-4)
    ‘Það kann ek ið sjautjánda ’
Hávm 162 (2-4)
    ‘Það kann eg ið sautjánda ’
Hávm 160 (4-7)
    ‘Það kann ek ið átjánda ’
Hávm 163 (4-7)
    ‘Það kann eg ið átjánda, ’
Hávm 161 (7-9)
    ‘Nú eru Háva mál kveðin ’
Hávm 164 (7-9)
    ‘Nú eru Háva mál kveðin ’
Vafþr 1 (9-11)
    ‘Ráð þú mér nú, Frigg, ’
[not skaldic] (9-9)
    ‘Vafþrúðnis mál ...’
Vafþr 2 (12-13)
    ‘Heima letja ’
Vafþr 3 (13-15)
    ‘Fjölð ek fór, ’
Vafþr 4 (15-17)
    ‘Heill þú farir, ’
Vafþr 5 (17-18)
    ‘Fór þá Óðinn ’
Vafþr 6 (18-20)
    ‘Heill þú nú, Vafþrúðnir, ’
Vafþr 7 (20-22)
    ‘Hvað er það manna ’
Vafþr 8 (22-24)
    ‘Gagnráðr ek heiti; ’
Vafþr 9 (24-26)
    ‘Hví þú þá, Gagnráðr, ’
Vafþr 10 (26-28)
    ‘Óauðigr maðr, ’
Vafþr 11 (28-30)
    ‘Segðu mér, Gagnráðr, ’
Vafþr 12 (30-32)
    ‘Skinfaxi heitir ’
Vafþr 13 (32-33)
    ‘Segðu það, Gagnráðr, ’
Vafþr 14 (33-35)
    ‘Hrímfaxi heitir ’

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