Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GKS 2365 4°, 38r (d120dpi)

stanzas:
Guðr II 31 (33-1)
    ‘Hirða þú bjóða ’
Guðr II 32 (1-2)
    ‘Munkat ek letja ’
Guðr II 33 (2-3)
    ‘Grátandi Grímhildr ’
Guðr II 34 (3-5)
    ‘Lönd gef ek enn þér, ’
Guðr II 35 (5-6)
    ‘Þann mun ek kjósa ’
Guðr II 36 (6-8)
    ‘Senn var áhesti ’
Guðr II 37 (8-10)
    ‘En ina þriðju sjau ’
Guðr II 38 (10-12)
    ‘Vakði mik Atli ’
Guðr II 39 (12-12)
    ‘Hugða ek þik, Guðrún, ’
Guðr II 40 (13-15)
    ‘Það er fyr eldi ’
Guðr II 41 (15-16)
    ‘Hugða ek hér ítúni ’
Guðr II 42 (17-19)
    ‘Hugða ek mér af hendi ’
Guðr II 43 (19-21)
    ‘Hugða ek mér af hendi ’
Guðr II 44 (21-23)
    ‘Þar munu seggir ’
Guðr II 45 (23-24)
    ‘Lægja ek síðan ’
[not skaldic] (24-26)
    ‘Herkja hét ambótt Atla; hon hafði verið frilla hans. Hon sagði Atla að hon hefði séð Þjóðrek ok Guðrúnu bæði saman. Atli var þá allókátr. Þá kvað Guðrún: ’
[not skaldic] (24-24)
    ‘Capitulum ...’
[not skaldic] (26-26)
    ‘Kviða Guðrúnar Guðr III 1 (27-29)
    ‘Hvað er þér, Atli? ’
Guðr III 2 (29-30)
    ‘Tregr mik það, Guðrún, ’
Guðr III 3 (31-32)
    ‘Þér mun ek allz þess ’
Guðr III 4 (33-34)
    ‘Nema ek hálsaða ’
Guðr III 5 (34-1)
    ‘Hér kom Þjóðrekr ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Guðrúnarkviða II

Guðrúnarkviða II

Guðrúnarkviða III

Guðrúnarkviða III

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