Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GKS 2365 4°, 31r (d120dpi)

stanzas:
[not skaldic] (31-1)
    ‘Reginn var ábrott horfinn meðan Sigurðr vá Fáfni ok kom þá aftr er Sigurðr strauk blóð af sverðinu. Reginn kvað: ’
Fáfn 24 (1-3)
    ‘Heill þú nú, Sigurðr, ’
Fáfn 25 (3-5)
    ‘Það er óvíst að vita ’
Fáfn 26 (5-7)
    ‘Glaðr ertu nú, Sigurðr, ’
Fáfn 27 (7-8)
    ‘Þú því rétt ’
[not skaldic] (9-10)
    ‘Þá gekk Reginn að Fáfni ok skar hjarta ór hánum með sverði er Riðill heitir ok þá drakk hann blóð ór undinni eftir. ’
Fáfn 28 (10-12)
    ‘Sittu nú, Sigurðr, ’
Fáfn 29 (12-14)
    ‘Fjarri þú gekkt ’
[not skaldic] (12-12)
    ‘Sigurðr kvað: ’
Fáfn 30 (14-16)
    ‘Lengi liggja ’
[not skaldic] (14-14)
    ‘Reginn kvað: ’
Fáfn 31 (16-18)
    ‘Hugr er betri ’
[not skaldic] (16-16)
    ‘Sigurðr kvað: ’
Fáfn 32 (18-20)
    ‘Hvötum er betra ’
[not skaldic] (20-25)
    ‘Sigurðr tók Fáfnis hjarta ok steikði á teini. Er hann hugði að fullsteikt væri ok freyddi sveitinn ór hjartanu þá tók hann áfingri sínum ok skynjaði hvárt fullsteikt væri. Hann brann ok brá fingrinum ímunn sér. En er hjartblóð Fáfnis kom á tungu hánum ok skildi hann fuglsrödd. Hann heyrði að igður klökuðu á hrísinum. Igðan kvað: ’
Fáfn 33 (25-27)
    ‘Þar sitr Sigurðr ’
Fáfn 34 (27-29)
    ‘Þar liggr Reginn, ’
[not skaldic] (27-27)
    ‘Önnur kvað: ’
Fáfn 35 (29-31)
    ‘Höfði skemmra ’
[not skaldic] (29-29)
    ‘Þriðja kvað: ’
Fáfn 36 (31-33)
    ‘Horskr þætti mér ’
[not skaldic] (31-31)
    ‘Fjórða kvað: ’
Fáfn 37 (33-2)
    ‘Erat svá horskr ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Fáfnismál

Fáfnismál

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