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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 748 I b 4°, 22v (d300dpi)

HaukrV Ísldr 11IV (35-3)
    ‘Ár frák arfvǫrð Geira’
HaukrV Ísldr 12IV (3-5)
    ‘Hitt vas satt, at sótti’
HaukrV Ísldr 13IV (5-7)
    ‘Œsti ungr með fóstra’
HaukrV Ísldr 14IV (7-9)
    ‘Rauð Finnbogi fríða’
HaukrV Ísldr 15IV (9-11)
    ‘Jarls mǫnnum bauð unnar’
HaukrV Ísldr 16IV (11-13)
    ‘Frýðut fylgimeiðar’
HaukrV Ísldr 17IV (13-15)
    ‘Satt's, at síð mun Gretti’
HaukrV Ísldr 18IV (15-17)
    ‘Þorði Þórleifr herða’
HaukrV Ísldr 19IV (17-19)
    ‘Snjallr frák opt at olli’
HaukrV Ísldr 20IV (19-22)
    ‘Varðisk Gǫndlar garða’
HaukrV Ísldr 21IV (22-24)
    ‘Hvast frák hjalms at œsti’
HaukrV Ísldr 22IV (24-26)
    ‘Helt til fulls, sás fylla,’
HaukrV Ísldr 23IV (26-28)
    ‘Halls arfa frák hollan,’
HaukrV Ísldr 24IV (28-31)
    ‘Kunnr vas mǫrgum manni’
HaukrV Ísldr 25IV (31-33)
    ‘Kendi Kormákr stundum’
HaukrV Ísldr 26IV (33-35)
    ‘Feldi horska hǫlða’
HaukrV Ísldr 27IV (35-35)
    ‘Unz seimfarra snerru’

prose text:



Snorra Edda

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AM 748 I b 4°, 22v (b300dpi)
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