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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Hárb 1 (32-1)
    ‘Hverr er sá sveinn sveina ’
Hárb 2 (1-2)
    ‘Hverr er sá karl karla ’
[not skaldic] (1-1)
    ‘Hann svaraði: ’
Hárb 3 (2-3)
    ‘Ferþú mik um sundið, ’
Hárb 4 (3-4)
    ‘Át ek íhvíld ’
Hárb 5 (5-6)
    ‘Árligum verkum ’
Hárb 6 (6-7)
    ‘Það segir þú nú ’
Hárb 7 (8-9)
    ‘Þeygi er sem þú ’
Hárb 8 (9-11)
    ‘Stýrþú hingað eikjunni, ’
Hárb 9 (11-14)
    ‘Hildólfr sá heitir ’
Hárb 10 (15-17)
    ‘Segja mun ek til nafns míns ’
Hárb 12 (18-19)
    ‘Hvað skaltu of nafn hylja ’
[not skaldic] (18-18)
    ‘Þórr kvað: ’
Hárb 11 (18-18)
    ‘Hárbarðr ek heiti, ’
Hárb 13 (19-21)
    ‘En þótt ek sakar eiga ’
Hárb 14 (21-23)
    ‘Harm ljótan mér þikkir íþví ’
Hárb 15 (23-25)
    ‘Hér mun ek standa ’
Hárb 16 (25-27)
    ‘Hins viltu nú geta ’
Hárb 17 (27-29)
    ‘Var ek með Fjölvari ’
Hárb 19 (30-2)
    ‘Sparkar áttu vér konur ’
Hárb 18 (30-30)
    ‘Hversu snúnuðu yðr konur yðrar? ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Hárbarðsljóð

Hárbarðsljóð

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