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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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image of AM 673 b 4° folio <4v> — Detail - top left

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AM 673 b 4°, 4v (§330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (@330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (1330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (2330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (2330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (8330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (8330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (9330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (9330dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (b300dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (d348dpi)
AM 673 b 4°, 4v (d530dpi)

Anon Pl 40VII (23-2)
    ‘Hugðu brœðr at beiði’
Anon Pl 41VII (2-6)
    ‘Bôru orð, ok urðu,’
Anon Pl 42VII (6-12)
    ‘Brátt rézk í fǫr flýtir’
Anon Pl 43VII (10-14)
    ‘Fúss gerði veg vísi,’
Anon Pl 44VII (14-17)
    ‘Enn bað ungra manna’
Anon Pl 45VII (18-22)
    ‘Þá réð brims á brœðrum’
Anon Pl 46VII (22-24)
    ‘Dýrr es himna harri,’
Anon Pl 47VII (24-3)
    ‘Herr manna fór hranna’

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AM 673 b 4°, 4v (1330dpi)
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