skaldic

Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

Menu Search

Eyja heiti — Þul EyjaIII

Anonymous Þulur

Elena Gurevich 2017, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Eyja heiti’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 972.

 

Ey: ǫmð ok ǫrmt,
ǫllum-lengri,
horn, hrund ok hugl,
herðla, ívist,
hveðn, hrafnista,
hísing, skrofa,
mǫn, mǫst(?), hasley,
myl, stolm, bataldr.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Selja, sólrǫnn
ok sortuland,
sigg ok salarey
ok - - - - - -,
sága, láland,
salbjǫrn, leka,
skíð, strind ok vigr,
skolm ok aldi.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Krít, kípr, lygra,
kǫrmt, rǫð, bjarkey,
hæring, gylling,
hugró, varða,
lauga, lygra,
lóg ok gizki,
þriðna, þjótta,
þruma, kinn ok hrott.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Nǫs, dyn, nauma,
nála, nǫrva,
folskn, frigg, fetilǫr,
fenring ok mǫn,
bolm, bókn, raufa,
bǫnn, sekk ok vǫrl,
álǫst ok storð,
jala, tjǫr, véey.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Ǫrn, il ok rist,
íra, lodda,
sólund, síri,
sólskel, mjǫla,
hlésey, veðrey,
hitra, frosta,
lóǫnd, vikna,
lóg, syllingar.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Fjón, fjǫlbyrja,
frikn ok senja,
selund ok dímun,
sæla, þumla,
úsna, sjóland,
askrǫð ok síld,
ála, borgund,
erri, torgar.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Hæl, røkstr ok falstr
ok helliskor,
asparnir, hinn,
jǫlund ok hanki,
mársey, sámsey,
mystr ok vingi,
hlésey, heðinsey
ok hnotirnar.
 
The new edition is unavailable.
This text is from an old edition
Close

Log in

This service is only available to members of the relevant projects, and to purchasers of the skaldic volumes published by Brepols.
This service uses cookies. By logging in you agree to the use of cookies on your browser.

Close

Information about a text: poem, sequence of stanzas, or prose work

This page is used for different resources. For groups of stanzas such as poems, you will see the verse text and, where published, the translation of each stanza. These are also links to information about the individual stanzas.

For prose works you will see a list of the stanzas and fragments in that prose work, where relevant, providing links to the individual stanzas.

Where you have access to introduction(s) to the poem or prose work in the database, these will appear in the ‘introduction’ section.

The final section, ‘sources’ is a list of the manuscripts that contain the prose work, as well as manuscripts and prose works linked to stanzas and sections of a text.