Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GKS 2365 4°, 16v (d120dpi)

stanzas:
Lok 45 (32-1)
    ‘Böggvir ek heiti ’
Lok 46 (1-3)
    ‘Þegi þú, Byggvir, ’
Lok 47 (3-5)
    ‘Ölr ertu, Loki ’
Lok 48 (5-7)
    ‘Þegi þú, Heimdallr, ’
Lok 49 (7-8)
    ‘Létt er þér, Loki; ’
Lok 50 (9-10)
    ‘Veiztu ef mik áhjörvi skulu ’
Lok 51 (11-12)
    ‘Veiztu ef fyrstr ok öfstr ’
Lok 52 (12-14)
    ‘Léttari í málum ’
Lok 53 (15-17)
    ‘Heill ver þú nú, Loki, ’
[not skaldic] (15-15)
    ‘Þá gekk Sif fram ok byrlaði Loka íhrímkálki mjöð ok mælti: ’
[not skaldic] (17-18)
    ‘Hann tók við horni ok drakk af: ’
Lok 54 (18-20)
    ‘Ein þú værir ’
Lok 55 (20-21)
    ‘Fjöll öll skjálfa; ’
Lok 56 (21-23)
    ‘Þegi þú, Beyla, ’
[not skaldic] (23-23)
    ‘Þá kom Þórr að ok kvað: ’
Lok 57 (24-24)
    ‘Þegi þú, rög vættr, ’
Lok 58 (25-26)
    ‘Herða klett ’
Lok 59 (26-28)
    ‘Jarðar burr
Lok 60 (28-29)
    ‘Þegi þú, rögvættr, ’
Lok 61 (29-31)
    ‘Austrförum þínum ’
Lok 62 (31-32)
    ‘Þegi þú, rögvættr ’
Lok 63 (32-35)
    ‘Lifa ætla ek mér ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Lokasenna

Lokasenna

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