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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 592 a 4°x (592ax)

paper; c1600-1700; not skaldic;

Some of the information in this record derives from Stories for all time (FASNL) description: English, Danish

The Arnamagnæan Collection, Den arnamagnæanske samling, Nordisk forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen and Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík

contents from the ONP and skaldic databases:

Máguss saga jarls 1r-29v
Olgeirs saga danska 143-223v
Sigrgarðs saga ok Valbrands 29v-41v
Hrólfs þáttr skuggafífls 41v-41v
Flóres saga ok Leó 42r-85r
Illuga saga Gríðarfóstra 85v-85v
Ála flekks saga 86r-91r
Sigurðar saga þögla 91r-121r
Færeyinga saga 124v-126r
Færeyinga saga 126r-135r
Hróa þáttr 135r-138v
Auðunar þáttr vestfirska 138v-140r
Blóð-Egils þáttr 140r-142r
Dofra þáttr 142v-142v

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