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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Sól 44VII (0-0)
    ‘Sól ek sá’
Anon Sól 55VII (0-0)
    ‘Sólar hjǫrt’
Anon Sól 54VII (0-0)
    ‘Vestan sák’
Anon Sól 53VII (0-0)
    ‘Frá því's at segja’
Anon Sól 52VII (0-0)
    ‘Utan ok innan’
Anon Sól 51VII (0-0)
    ‘Á norna stóli’
Anon Sól 50VII (0-0)
    ‘Hǫrundar hungr’
Anon Sól 49VII (0-0)
    ‘Sinna verka’
Anon Sól 48VII (0-0)
    ‘Virði þat ok viti’
Anon Sól 47VII (0-0)
    ‘Ǫllum lengri’
Anon Sól 46VII (0-0)
    ‘Vánar-stjarna fló,’
Anon Sól 45VII (0-0)
    ‘Sól ek sá’

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