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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Steinn Óldr 4II (0-0)
    ‘Fylkir lét en fljótu’
Stúfr Stúfdr 8II (7-7)
    ‘Gekk sem vind, sás vekki,’
Arn Hardr 11II (9-9)
    ‘Hafðit brjóst, né bifðisk’
Arn Hardr 13II (17-17)
    ‘Eigi varð ens œgja’
ÞjóðA Lv 11II (19-19)
    ‘Ǫld hefr afráð goldit’
Arn Hardr 14II (39-39)
    ‘Vítt fór vǫlsungs heiti;’
Arn Hardr 15II (40-40)
    ‘Myrkt's, hverr meira orkar,’
Arn Hardr 16II (42-42)
    ‘Haraldr vissi sik hverjum’
Steinn Óldr 5II (50-50)
    ‘Austr helt Engla þrýstir’
Steinn Óldr 6II (55-55)
    ‘Heldr, síz hári foldu’

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GKS 1009 fol, 19v (b300dpi)
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