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Anonymous Poems (Anon)

I. 3. Óláfs drápa Tryggvasonar (Óldr) - 28

2.1: Óláfs drápa Tryggvasonar (‘Drápa about Óláfr Tryggvason’) — Anon ÓldrI

Kate Heslop 2012, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Óláfs drápa Tryggvasonar’ in Diana Whaley (ed.), Poetry from the Kings’ Sagas 1: From Mythical Times to c. 1035. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 1. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 1031.

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Skj: [Anonyme digte og vers XII]: [1]. Óláfs drápa Tryggvasonar, ‘er Halfredr orti vandræda skalld’, et digt fra det 12. årh. (AI, 573-8, BI, 567-74)

SkP info: I, 1054

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23 — Anon Óldr 23I

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Cite as: Kate Heslop (ed.) 2012, ‘Anonymous Poems, Óláfs drápa Tryggvasonar 23’ in Diana Whaley (ed.), Poetry from the Kings’ Sagas 1: From Mythical Times to c. 1035. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 1. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 1054.

Ok andvǫnum Endils
ítrskíð á dreif síðan
sann-Njǫrðungum seima
sveif hundruðum undir,
svát glójarðar gerði
Gylfa skíðs of víði
— búkr hné margr fyr mæki —
meinfœrt of lǫg hreinum.

Ok {andvǫnum sann-Njǫrðungum seima} sveif síðan hundruðum á dreif undir {ítrskíð Endils}, svát gerði meinfœrt of víði {hreinum {glójarðar {skíðs Gylfa}}} of lǫg; margr búkr hné fyr mæki.

And {life-lacking true Njǫrðungar <gods> of gold} [MEN] drifted afterwards in hundreds, scattered under {the glorious ski of Endill <sea-king>} [SHIP], so that it made the going dangerous across the ocean {for reindeer {of the gleaming earth {of the ski of Gylfi <sea-king>}}} [SHIP > SEA > SHIPS] across the sea; many a body fell before the sword.

editions: Skj [Anonyme digte og vers XII]: [1]. Óláfs drápa Tryggvasonar 23 (AI, 577-8; BI, 573); Skald I, 277, NN §1222; Munch and Unger 1847, 123, 141, Gullberg 1875, 18, 38.

sources

Holm perg 1 fol (Bb) 113ra, 23 - 113ra, 27  transcr.  image  image  
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