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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Lil 11VII (1-3)
    ‘Breytti guð, ok brá til hætti,’
Anon Lil 10VII [8-8] (1-1)
    ‘fagran plóg ok aldinskóga.’
Anon Lil 12VII (3-6)
    ‘Svá er líðandi maðr af móður’
Anon Lil 13VII (6-8)
    ‘Út leiðandi af Ádáms síðu’
Anon Lil 14VII (9-11)
    ‘En at verðleikrinn vís á jǫrðu’
Anon Lil 15VII (11-14)
    ‘Þrútnar, svellr ok unir við illa’
Anon Lil 16VII (14-16)
    ‘Sem próvandi segir til Évu :’
Anon Lil 17VII (16-19)
    ‘Léttliga fann þar ljósa váttan’
Anon Lil 18VII (19-21)
    ‘Auðgint mjǫk því Éva trúði,’
Anon Lil 19VII (21-24)
    ‘Refsar þeim at réttum dómi’
Anon Lil 20VII (24-27)
    ‘Remman brast af rót í kvistu,’
Anon Lil 21VII (27-2)
    ‘Heimr er dauðr, en hvat er til ráða?’

prose text:

Heilagra manna drápa



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