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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Hsv 105VII (25-1)
    ‘Reiðrar konu’
Anon Hsv 106VII (1-2)
    ‘Á aura neyzlu’
Anon Hsv 108VII (2-3)
    ‘Fǫður ok móður’
Anon Hsv 109VII (4-5)
    ‘Á engum hlut’
Anon Hsv 110VII (5-6)
    ‘Angrlauss maðr’
Anon Hsv 111VII (7-8)
    ‘Gálauss maðr,’
Anon Hsv 113VII (8-9)
    ‘Þat skalt gera,’
Anon Hsv 114VII (10-11)
    ‘Fǫður ok móður’
Anon Hsv 115VII (11-12)
    ‘Fljóta raun’
Anon Hsv 116VII (13-14)
    ‘Ofdrykkju forðaz,’
Anon Hsv 117VII (14-15)
    ‘Afl ok eljan’
Anon Hsv 120VII (15-17)
    ‘Trúnaðarmanns leita’
Anon Hsv 121VII (17-18)
Anon Hsv 122VII (18-20)
    ‘Eigi skal hlæja’
Anon Hsv 123VII (20-22)
    ‘Íþróttir margar’
Anon Hsv 124VII (22-23)
    ‘Málum hlýðir,’
Anon Hsv 126VII (23-25)
    ‘Ørlǫg sín’
Anon Hsv 127VII (25-1)
    ‘Hyggindi þína’

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