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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 242 fol, 169 (b301dpi)
AM 242 fol, 169 (d360dpi)

Bjarni Frag 1III (3-4)
    ‘Varð, þats fylkis fœrðu,’
Bjarni Frag 2III (5-6)
    ‘Svát ýdróttum ôttu’
Skáldþ Lv 1III (7-8)
    ‘Dýrkleifar kom dúfa’
SnSt Ht 2III [5-8] (8-9)
    ‘holt felr Hildigelti’
ESk Geisl 59VII [5-8] (12-13)
    ‘ok prests, þeir's lǫg lestu’
Anon Morg 1III (14-15)
    ‘Hefka opt, en ævi’
Egill Arkv 8V (Eg 104) [1-4] (15-15)
    ‘Við því tók,’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 3III (16-17)
    ‘Innmáni skein ennis’
Ólsv Love 2III (18-18)
    ‘Hǫg leit hvarma skógar’
Anon Mfl 1III (20-21)
    ‘Knôttu mǫrg á mergjar’
Anon Mfl 2III (21-23)
    ‘Busti beggja rista’
SnSt Lv 7III (26-27)
    ‘Komk inn, þars sat svanni’
Árni Lv 1IV (28-30)
    ‘Skafa sveinar klif krúnu’
ESk Lv 12III (31-31)
    ‘Hrynja lét en hvíta’

prose text:

Snorra Edda

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AM 242 fol, 169 (b300dpi)
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