Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GKS 2365 4°, 17r (d120dpi)

stanzas:
Lok 64 (1-1)
    ‘Þegi þú, rögvættr, ’
Lok 65 (2-3)
    ‘Kvað ek fyr ásum, ’
Lok 66 (4-5)
    ‘Öl gjörðir þú, Ægir, ’
[not skaldic] (5-5)
    ‘Frá Loka ...’
[not skaldic] (6-12)
    ‘En eftir þetta falz Loki íFránangrsforsiílax líki. Þar tóku æsir hann. Hann var bundinn með þörmum sonar Nara, en Narfi, sonr hans, varð að vargi. Skaði tók eitrorm ok festi upp yfir andlit Loka; draup þar ór eitr. Sigyn, kona Loka, sat þar ok helt munnlaug undir eitrið. En er munnlaugin var full bar hon út eitrið en meðan draup eitrið áLoka. Þá kipptiz hann svá hart við að þaðan af skalf jörð öll; það eru nú kallaðir landskjálftar. ’
[not skaldic] (12-13)
    ‘Þryms kviða ...’
Þry 1 (13-15)
    ‘Reiðr var þá Ving-Þórr ’
Þry 1 (13-15)
    ‘Reiður var þá Vingþór ’
Þry 2 (15-17)
    ‘Ok hann það orða ’
Þry 3 (17-19)
    ‘Gengu þeir fagra ’
Þry 4 (19-21)
    ‘Þó mynda ek gefa þér ’
[not skaldic] (19-19)
    ‘Freyja kvað: ’
Þry 5 (22-23)
    ‘Þrymr sat á haugi, ’
Þry 6 (23-25)
    ‘Hvað er með ásum? ’
[not skaldic] (23-23)
    ‘Þrymr kvað: ’
Þry 7 (25-27)
    ‘Ek hefi Hlórriða ’
Þry 8 (27-30)
    ‘Fló þá Loki, ’
Þry 9 (30-31)
    ‘Segðuálofti ’
Þry 10 (31-33)
    ‘Hefi ek örindi ’
Þry 11 (33-35)
    ‘Ganga þeir fagra ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Frá Loka

Lokasenna

Lokasenna

Þrymskviða

Þrymskviða

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