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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 721 4°, 15v (d120dpi)

Anon Alpost 6VII (0-0)
    ‘Tígnar traustan fǫgnuð’
Anon Alpost 9VII (0-0)
    ‘Borinn var blóm með æru’
Anon Alpost 8VII (0-0)
    ‘Kallaz kærr af ǫllum’
Anon Alpost 7VII (0-0) -
    ‘Fullr af fagnað ǫllum’
Anon Alpost 13VII (0-0)
    ‘Heldr Matthías mildi’
Anon Alpost 12VII (0-0)
    ‘Tungu tígit mengi’
Anon Alpost 11VII (0-0)
    ‘Oss gefi Símón sóma’
Anon Alpost 10VII (0-0)
    ‘Giptu gefr með krǫptum’
Anon Mv III 1VII (23-26)
    ‘Drottin gefa mér mátt’
Anon Mv III 2VII (26-29)
    ‘Heyrðu, svá at hrein orð’
Anon Mv III 3VII (29-33)
    ‘Siða geymdi sjá maðr’
Anon Mv III 4VII (34-2)
    ‘Rítar gjǫrðiz ranglátr’

prose text:

Allra postula minnisvísur

Máríuvísur I

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AM 721 4°, 15v (b300dpi)
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