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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Bjarni Einarsson (14)

Bjarni Einarsson

1956. Bardagi á Dinganesi

1961. Skáldasögur: Um uppruna og eðli ástaskáldasagnanna fornu

1963. Frá Þormóði, kappa hins helga Ólafs konungs

1971. A Lovesick Skald

1975. Litterære forudsætninger for Egils saga

1976. To skjaldesagaer: En analyse af Kormáks saga og Hallfreðar saga

1977. Hallfreðar saga

1981. The Last Hour of Hallfreðr vandræðaskáld as Described in Hallfreðarsaga

1982. Um Þormóð skáld og unnusturnar tvær

1986. De Normannorum Atrocitate, or on the Execution of Royalty by the Aquiline Method

1989. Íslendingadrápa

1990. The Blood-Eagle Once More: Two Notes. A. Blóðörn: An Observation on the Ornithological Aspect

2001. Egils saga Skallagrímssonar

2003. Egils saga

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