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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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SnSt Ht 19III (35-2)
    ‘Segl skekr of hlyn, Huglar,’
SnSt Ht 20III (6-8)
    ‘Hélir hlýr at stáli,’
SnSt Ht 21III (10-12)
    ‘Lung frák lýða þengils,’
SnSt Ht 22III (13-15)
    ‘Himinglæva strýkr hôvar,’
SnSt Ht 23III (17-20)
    ‘Firrisk hǫnd með harra’
SnSt Ht 24III (26-29)
    ‘Hreintjǫrnum gleðr horna,’
SnSt Ht 25III (30-33)
    ‘Rǫst gefr ǫðlingr jastar,’
SnSt Ht 26III (34-36)
    ‘Fúss brýtr fylkir eisu’

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Snorra Edda

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GKS 2367 4°, 47v (f150dpi)
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