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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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HómÍsl §1282

Íslensk hómilíubók 1282 — ed. IcePaHC

Not published: do not cite (HómÍsl §1282)

UnattributedÍslensk hómilíubók

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The new edition is either unpublished or unavailable. The following is taken from an old edition (Skj where relevant):

Þeir sýna sig þerfilega skurðarskírn tekið hafa allra hluta , er varðveita hjarta sitt í góðum hlutum og snúa augum sínum frá hégóma , byrgja eyru sín við illri heyrn , bergja og sjá , hve hýr Drottinn er og hve sæll sá er , er þar hefir von sína , er hann er , láta hvorki mæla löst né lygi tungu sína , sýsla það eitt , er gagn er að með höndum sér , ganga og til réttra hluta fótum sínum .


Text is based on reconstruction from the base text and variant apparatus and may contain alternative spellings and other normalisations not visible in the manuscript text. Transcriptions may not have been checked and should not be cited.


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