Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Þul Ása II 1III (36-1)
    ‘[Enn skal telja’
Þul Ásynja 1III (2-3)
    ‘Nú skal ásynjur’
Þul Ásynja 2III (4-5)
    ‘Hlín ok Nanna,’
Þul Ásynja 3III (5-6)
    ‘Grét ok at Óði’
Þul Ásynja 4III (6-7)
    ‘Enn eru aðrar’
Þul Ásynja 5III (8-8)
    ‘Nornir heita,’
Þul Kvenna I 1III (9-10)
    ‘Snót, brúðr, svanni,’
Þul Manna 1III (11-12)
    ‘Mál es at segja’
Þul Manna 2III (12-14)
    ‘Bragnar, þegnar,’
Þul Manna 3III (14-15)
    ‘Ǫld ok ærir’
Þul Manna 4III (15-17)
    ‘Þá es glæsimaðr’
Þul Manna 5III (17-18)
    ‘Folk ok fylki,’
Þul Manna 6III (19-20)
    ‘Enn eru eptir’
Þul Manna 7III (20-22)
Þul Manna 8III (22-23)
    ‘Ái ok óttungr,’
Þul Manna 9III (23-25)
    ‘Niðr, hleytamaðr,’
Þul Manna 10III (25-26)
Þul Orrostu 1III (27-28)
    ‘Þau eru heiti:’
Þul Orrostu 2III (29-29)
    ‘Sóta, morð ok víg,’
Þul Sverða 1III (30-32)
    ‘Ek mun segja’
Þul Sverða 2III (32-33)
    ‘Skálkr, skerkir, skúfr,’
Þul Sverða 3III (34-35)
    ‘Lotti, hrǫnduðr,’
Þul Sverða 4III (35-1)
    ‘Vægileiptr, veigarr,’

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