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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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GKS 2365 4°, 28r (d647dpi)

Gríp 23 (32-1)
    ‘Era með löstum ’
Gríp 24 (1-3)
    ‘Verst hyggjum því, ’
Gríp 25 (3-5)
    ‘Nú skal Sigurði ’
Gríp 26 (5-7)
    ‘Vilkat ek reiði ’
Gríp 27 (7-9)
    ‘Fljóð er að Heimis, ’
Gríp 28 (9-10)
    ‘Hvað er mik að því ’
Gríp 29 (10-12)
    ‘Hon firrir þik ’
Gríp 30 (12-14)
    ‘Hvað mun til líkna ’
Gríp 31 (14-16)
    ‘Ið munuð alla ’
Gríp 32 (16-18)
    ‘Hvárt er þá, Grípir, ’
Gríp 33 (18-20)
    ‘Þú verðr, siklingr, ’
Gríp 34 (20-22)
    ‘Mun ek við þá Gunnar ’
Gríp 35 (22-25)
    ‘Þik mun Grímhildr ’
Gríp 36 (25-27)
    ‘Mein eru fyr höndum, ’
Gríp 37 (27-29)
    ‘Ér munuð allir ’
Gríp 38 (30-32)
    ‘Hví gegnir það? ’
Gríp 39 (32-1)
    ‘Lit hefir þú Gunnars ’

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