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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Mey 14VII/8 — það

Þrifnað fekk með þessu nafni
þrifligt sprund á hjálpar stundu;
Máría er sú kölluð kæra;
kæran segi eg að égypzk væri.
Háskafull var hennar æska;
hörmuliga í glæpum örmum
flýði hun burt af frænda láði;
fyldiz mart, það er eigi skyldi.

Þrifligt sprund fekk þrifnað með þessu nafni á stundu hjálpar; sú kæra er kölluð Máría; eg segi að kæran væri égypzk. Hennar æska var háskafull; hörmuliga flýði hun í örmum glæpum burt af láði frænda; mart fyldiz, það er eigi skyldi.

A good woman received prosperity with this name at the moment of help; the woman is called Mary; I say that the woman was Egyptian. Her youth was full of danger; pitifully she fled in miserable sins away from the land of her kinsmen; many a thing happened that should not have.


[8] það er: so 713, þar 721



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