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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GSúrs Lv 28V (Gísl 31) (43-2)
    ‘Hugðak geymi-Gǫndul’
GSúrs Lv 29V (Gísl 32) (4-11)
    ‘Vissak fjandr at fundi’
GSúrs Lv 30V (Gísl 33) (13-20)
    ‘Môttut skildi skaldi,’
GSúrs Lv 31V (Gísl 34) (21-26)
    ‘Sték of einn, áðr ynni’
GSúrs Lv 32V (Gísl 35) (a31-a38)
    ‘Hugðak, brúðr, of báðar’
GSúrs Lv 33V (Gísl 36) (a39-a46)
    ‘Hugðak blóð of báðar’
GSúrs Lv 34V (Gísl 37) (a47-a54)
    ‘Hugðak hlífar flagða’
GSúrs Lv 35V (Gísl 38) (b31-b38)
    ‘Hugðak Sjǫfn í svefni’
GSúrs Lv 36V (Gísl 39) (b39-b46)
    ‘Mér bar hljóm í heimi,’

prose text:

Gísla saga Súrssonar

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