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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Lil 87VII (35-3)
    ‘Máría, kreist þú mjólk úr brjóstum,’
Anon Lil 88VII (4-6)
    ‘Frammi stattu, er fæddir drottin,’
Anon Lil 89VII (7-9)
    ‘Þú ert hreinlífis dygðug dúfa,’
Anon Lil 90VII (10-12)
    ‘Þú ert elskandi ein af sprundum’
Anon Lil 91VII (13-16)
    ‘Máría, ert þú móðir skærust,’
Anon Lil 92VII (17-19)
    ‘Tungu-sætr ef einnhverr ýta’
Anon Lil 93VII (20-23)
    ‘Hrærð af list þóat hvers manns yrði’
Anon Lil 94VII (24-26)
    ‘viðr ok grjót, sem staðir ok stræti,’
Anon Lil 95VII (27-30)
    ‘Máría vertu mér í hjarta,’
Anon Lil 96VII (31-33)
    ‘Enn krossfesti, kraptr enn hæsti,’
Anon Lil 97VII (34-1)
    ‘Veri kátar nú virða sveitir;’

prose text:

Heilagra meyja drápa

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