Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
KormǪ Sigdr 7III (32-1)
    ‘Algildan biðk aldar’
Þórálfr Frag 1III (1-2)
    ‘Sagði hitt, es hugði,’
[Eyv Hál 1x - for refence only] (3-3)
    ‘Hinn es Surts’
Eyv Hál 1I [9-12] (3-3)
    ‘hinn es Surts’
Bragi Þórr 1III (4-5)
    ‘Þat erum sýnt, at snimma’
Eskál Vell 37I (5-6)
    ‘Þvít fjǫlkostigr flestu’
Þblǫnd Frag 1III (6-7)
    ‘Nú hefk mart’
Eskál Vell 1I (11-13)
    ‘Hugstóran biðk heyra,’
Eskál Vell 4I (13-14)
    ‘Ullar gengr of alla’
Ormr Woman 5III (14-15)
    ‘At væri borit bjórs’
Refr Þorst 1III (16-17)
    ‘Grjótaldar ték gildi’
Egill Hfl 2V (Eg 35) [1-4] (17-18)
    ‘Buðumk hilmir lǫð,’
Glúmr Gráf 1I (18-19)
    ‘Hlýði, hapta beiðis,’
Eyv Hál 1I [1-8] (19-20)
    ‘Viljak hljóð’
Eskál Vell 3I (21-21)
    ‘Eisar vágr fyr (vísa’
Eskál Vell 2I (22-23)
    ‘Nú's þats Boðnar bára,’
Eil Þdr 23III (23-24)
    ‘Verðið ér, alls orða’
VSt Erf 1III (25-26)
    ‘Heyr Míms vinar mína’
Ormr Woman 1III (26-27)
    ‘Seggir þurfut ala ugg,’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 1III (27-28)
    ‘Hjaldrgegnis ték Hildar’

prose text:

Skáldskaparmál

Snorra Edda

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