Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
ESk Ingdr 1II (6-7)
    ‘Frák við holm at heyja’
Grani Har 2II [1-2] (7-8)
    ‘Dǫglingr fekk at drekka’
Ggnæv Frag 1III (8-10)
    ‘Ǫðlingr drap sér ungum’
Jór Send 1I (10-11)
    ‘Bragningr réð í blóði,’
ESk Run 6II (11-12)
    ‘Beit buðlungs hjǫrr,’
ESk Run 7II (12-12)
    ‘Jók hilmir hjaldr,’
Arn Frag 3III (12-13)
    ‘Siklinga venr snekkjur’
ÞjóðA Lv 11II [5-8] (14-15)
    ‘svá lauk siklings ævi’
Arn Hryn 20II (16-17)
    ‘Skjǫldungr, mun þér annarr aldri’
Þham Frag 1III (17-18)
    ‘Mér réð senda’
Ótt Hfl 20I [5-8] (18-20)
    ‘engi varð á jǫrðu’
Mark Eirdr 2II (20-22)
    ‘Eiríks lof verðr ǫld at heyra,’
Valg Har 1II (22-24)
    ‘Skilfingr, helt, þars skulfu’
Sigv Berv 18II [1-2] (24-24)
    ‘Lát auman nú njóta,’

prose text:

Skáldskaparmál

Snorra Edda

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