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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Friðþjófr Þorsteinsson (FriðÞ)

volume 8; ed. Margaret Clunies Ross;

Lausavísur (Lv) - 33

not in Skj

Lausavísur — FriðÞ LvVIII (Frið)

Not published: do not cite (FriðÞ LvVIII (Frið))

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SkP info: VIII, 230

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26 — FriðÞ Lv 26VIII (Frið 32)

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Note: The following transcriptions have been entered to aid the editing process. These may not have been fully reviewed and checked and may therefore not be reliable. You may wish to consult the manuscript images. Any corrections can be notified to the database editor.

 510 Kysta ec unga jngebiorgu bela dottur j balldurs haga. suo | skulu aʀarr ꜳ̋ ellída. Badar brotnna sem bogí helga.   [JG]  edit 
 papp17x Kysta eg vnga, Jngebiorgu bela dotter, j balldurz haga, so skulu Arar | ꜳ̈ Ellida, badar bresta, sem boge helga,   [JG]  edit 
 1006x Kista eg || unga Jngibiórgu Bela dotter j Balldurshaga. suo skulu ärar | ä Ellida badar bresta sem Bogi helga.   [JG]  edit 

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