Elena Gurevich (ed.) 2017, ‘Anonymous Þulur, Ása heiti II 1’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 761.
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[Enn skal telja
Þar es Yggr ok Þórr
Víðarr ok Baldr,
Váli ok Heimdallr,
þá es Týr ok Njǫrðr,
telk næst Braga,
hér es øfstr Loki.
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Eɴ skal telia asa heiti . þar er yɢr ok þoʀ ok yngvifreyr viþaʀ ok baldr || vali ok heimdallr . þa er tyr ok niorðr tel ec næst braga havðr forseti her ⸝⸝ er efstr loki. |
En scal tælia asa hæiti þar ær yggr ok þoʀr asa heiti | ok yngvi fræýr viðaʀ ok balldr váli ok hæimdallr þa týr ok níǫrðr tel | ek næst braga hø̨ðr forsæti her ær næst loki
[...]nn skal telia asa heíte . þar er yg[...]r ok þórr ok yngvi freyrr . vidarr Asa heite . capi[...] | ok balldr [...] ok heimdallr þa tyrr ok nío᷎rdr tel ok ne᷎st braga ho᷎dr forseti her er ne᷎st lokí .
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