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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 764 4° (764)

parchment; c1360-1380; description: English, Danishdigital images

The Arnamagnæan Collection, Den arnamagnæanske samling, Nordisk forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen and Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík

contents from the ONP and skaldic databases:

Encyclopaedica & computistica 1r-1r  image
Annála bæklingr 1r-23v  image
Encyclopaedica & computistica 1v-1v
Rómverja saga 13r-14r
Mörtu saga ok Maríu Magðalenu 15v-16r
Kros saga 20r-20r
Kros saga 20v-20v
Heilagra feðra æfi 21r-21v
Kros saga 21v-21v
Remigíus saga 23v-25r
Heilagra feðra æfi 25r-26r
Heilagra feðra æfi 26r-26v
Malkus saga 27r-30r
Viðræða líkams ok sálar einn laugardag at kveldi 30r-30v
Heilagra feðra æfi 30v-31r
Heilagra feðra æfi 31r-31r
Nikulás saga erkibiskups 31v-31v
Æfintýr 32r-32v
Draumaráðningar 33v-33v
Heilagra feðra æfi 35r-35v
Æfintýr 36r-36r
Heilagra feðra æfi 38r-38v
Æfintýr 38v-38v
Annálar 41r-43v
Gregors saga páfa 18¥bi-18¥bi

AM Photo Libary

page- images - sts/text texts
1r b 600dpi 26-27: Anonymous Poems Poem about the Phoenix 1 Annála bæklingr
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