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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Foote, Peter G. (22)

Peter G. Foote

1957. Gunnlaugs Saga Ormstungu/The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-Tongue

1959a. Notes on Some Linguistic Features in AM 291 4to

1959b. The Pseudo-Turpin Chronicle in Iceland. A Contribution to the Study of the Karlamagnús saga

1962. Lives of Saints. Perg. fol. nr. 2 in the Royal Library, Stockholm

1963. An Essay on the Saga of Gisli and its Icelandic Background

1969a. A Note on Þránd’s kredda

1969b. Þrándr and the Apostles

1971. Proceedings of the Sixth Viking Congress 1969

1973. Proceedings of the First International Saga Conference, University of Edinburgh, 1971

1975. Aachen, Lund, Hólar

1976a. Postulatal

1976b. Beginnings and Endings: Some Notes on the Study of Scaldic Poetry

1978. Wrecks and Rhymes

1980. The Viking Achievement

1982. Latin Rhetoric and Icelandic Poetry: Some Contacts

1984a. Aurvandilstá: Norse Studies

1984b. Things in Early Norse Verse

1986. Three Dream-Stanzas in Hrafns saga Sveinbjarnarsonar

1988. Skǫmm er óhófs ævi: On Glaucia, Hrafnkell and Others

1990. A Saga of St. Peter the Apostle. Perg. 4:o nr 19 in the Royal Library, Stockholm

1993. A Fragment of Text in AM 235 fol

2003. Jóns saga Hólabyskups ens helga

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