Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Þul Ǫrvar 2III (31-1)
    ‘Flugglǫð, flugsvinn,’
Þul Boga 1III (1-2)
    ‘Almr, dalr, bogi,’
Þul Vápna 1III (2-3)
    ‘Enn kveðk heita’
Þul Skjaldar 1III (3-4)
    ‘Skjǫldr, þrunginsalr,’
Þul Skjaldar 2III (4-6)
    ‘Gjallr, dǫggskafi’
Þul Skjaldar 3III (6-6)
    ‘Ørlygr ok svarmr,’
Þul Hjálms 1III (7-8)
    ‘Hropts hattar skalk’
Þul Hjálms 2III (8-9)
    ‘Hildigǫltr, kellir,’
Þul Brynju 1III (9-10)
    ‘Brynja, kund, hjalmgǫll,’
Þul Sjóvar 1III (10-11)
    ‘Sær, sílægja,’
Þul Sjóvar 2III (11-13)
    ‘Sund, ǫgr, velfœrr,’
Þul Sjóvar 3III (13-14)
    ‘Gnat, vǫrr, vika,’
Þul Sjóvar 4III (14-16)
    ‘Hefring, alda,’
Þul Á 1III (17-18)
    ‘Gjǫll, glit, gera,’
Þul Á 2III (18-19)
    ‘Þyn, rín ok nið,’
Þul Á 3III (20-21)
    ‘Tífr, durn, vína,’
Þul Á 4III (21-23)
    ‘Rǫgn, hrǫnn ok raun,’
Þul Á 5III (23-24)
    ‘Gilling ok níl,’
Þul Á 6III (24-26)
    ‘Nyt, hrǫnn ok nauð,’
Þul Fiska 1III (27-28)
    ‘Lax ok langa,’
Þul Fiska 2III (28-30)
    ‘Síld, seiðr, skata,’
Þul Fiska 3III (30-31)
    ‘Fjǫrsungr, þrǫmmungr’
Þul Fiska 4III (31-33)
    ‘Þyrsklingr, upsi,’
Þul Hvala 1III (34-35)
    ‘Hafrhvalr, geirhvalr’
Þul Hvala 2III (36-1)
    ‘Norðhvalr, búrhvalr,’

prose text:

Snorra Edda

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AM 748 II 4°, 12v (b300dpi)
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