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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ESk Run 6II (0-0)
    ‘Beit buðlungs hjǫrr,’
Ótt Óldr 2III (1-2)
    ‘Þengill vas þegar ungr’
Mark Eirdr 31II (3-3)
    ‘Ræsir lét af roðnum hausi’
Egill Lv 15V (Eg 20) [5-6] (3-4)
    ‘gramr hefr gerðihǫmrum’
Eyv Hák 4I [5-8] (4-5)
    ‘lék við ljóðmǫgu,’
Glúmr Gráf 5I [1-2] (5-6)
    ‘Hilmir rauð und hjalmi’
Ótt Óldr 1III (6-7)
    ‘Jǫfurr heyri upphaf,’
Stúfr Stúfdr 7II (7-8)
    ‘Tíreggjaðr hjó tyggi’
Hfr ErfÓl 25I (9-10)
    ‘Ilt vas þats ulfa sultar,’
Mark Eirdr 1II (10-11)
    ‘Harra kveðk at hróðrgǫrð dýrri’
ESk Ingdr 1II (25-26)
    ‘Frák við holm at heyja’
Grani Har 2II [1-2] (26-27)
    ‘Dǫglingr fekk at drekka’
Ggnæv Frag 1III (27-29)
    ‘Ǫðlingr drap sér ungum’
Jór Send 1I (29-30)
    ‘Bragningr réð í blóði,’
ESk Run 7II (31-31)
    ‘Jók hilmir hjaldr,’
Arn Frag 3III (31-32)
    ‘Siklinga venr snekkjur’

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