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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ÍB 228 4°x (ÍB 228 4°x)

paper; in Reykjavík; 1750; not skaldic;

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

Safn Hins íslenska bókmenntafélags, deildar þess í Kaupmannahöfn, Landsbókasafn Íslands

contents from the ONP and skaldic databases:

Samsons saga fagra 2r-14v
Sálus saga ok Nikanórs 15r-26v
Egils saga einhenda ok Ásmundar berserkjabana 27r-39v
Fertrams saga ok Platós 40r-53v
Flóres saga ok Leó 54r-64v
Flóres saga ok Blankiflúr 65r-76v
Sigurðar saga þögla 77r-113v
Gibbons saga 114r-132v
Vilhjálms saga sjóðs 133r-160v
Nikulás saga leikara 161r-174v
Hálfdanar saga Eysteinssonar 175r-187v
Hálfdanar saga Brǫnufóstra 188r-217v
Blómstrvalla saga 218r-232v
Úlfs saga Uggasonar 233r-238v
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