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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Harðar saga (Harð) - 19

Harðar saga (Harð)

Skaldic vol. 5; ed. Margaret Clunies Ross

verse introduction manuscripts contents place names

poems/stanza groups:


verses: (view text)

1. TorfiV Lv 1V (Harð 1)
2. SignV Lv 1V (Harð 2)
3. Grímk Lv 1V (Harð 3)
4. Grímk Lv 2V (Harð 4)
5. HǫrðG Lv 1V (Harð 5)
6. Þorb Lv 1V (Harð 6)
7. HǫrðG Lv 2V (Harð 7)
8. Sóti Lv 1V (Harð 8)
9. HǫrðG Lv 3V (Harð 9)
10. Sóti Lv 2V (Harð 10)
11. HǫrðG Lv 4V (Harð 11)
12. HǫrðG Lv 5V (Harð 12)
13. HǫrðG Lv 6V (Harð 13)
14. HǫrðG Lv 7V (Harð 14)
15. HǫrðG Lv 8V (Harð 15)
16. HǫrðG Lv 9V (Harð 16)
17. HǫrðG Lv 10V (Harð 17)
18. Þorb Lv 2V (Harð 18)
19. Anon (Harð) 1V (Harð 19)
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