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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 721 4°, 16v (d120dpi)

Anon Mv III 20VII (32-1)
    ‘Rangir váttar ráð þung’
Anon Mv III 21VII (2-3)
    ‘Munnr hans, kvað mekt sǫnn,’
Anon Mv III 22VII (4-5)
    ‘Árar stukku þegar þeir’
Anon Mv III 23VII (6-7)
    ‘Ginni þér frá guði menn’
Anon Mv III 24VII (8-9)
    ‘Flatir hurfu frá í braut’
Anon Mv III 25VII (10-11)
    ‘Gǫfugligt guðs víf’
Anon Mv III 26VII (12-13)
    ‘Þerfiliga þaðan af’
Anon Mv III 27VII (14-15)
    ‘Máría krjúpa menn þér,’
Anon Mv III 28VII (16-17)
    ‘Máría, ertu skǫpuð skær,’
Anon Mv III 29VII (18-19)
    ‘Máría, get þú meyin dýr,’
Anon Mv III 30VII (20-21)
    ‘Híminríkis hæst blóm,’

prose text:

Máríuvísur I


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AM 721 4°, 16v (b300dpi)
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