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Vol. I. Poetry for Scandinavian Rulers 1: From Mythological Times to c. 1035

Vol. II. Poetry from the Kings’ Sagas 2: from c. 1035 to c. 1300

Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects

 

(Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects)

Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects (MCR)


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1. Contents

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2. Volume Editor’s Preface

In preparing Volume VII of Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages for publication, I have incurred many debts and the volume as it stands has benefited from the knowledge and advice of many people. It has been a pleasure to work with the fifteen Contributing Editors for this volume, whose research and editing forms the basis for each of the twenty-eight poems presented here. They have answered my many editorial questions promptly, patiently and with good humour. Aside from the presence of some of them at annual skaldic symposia and editorial meetings that the project has held since 2000, all our discussions have been conducted by email and by post. It would not have been possible to produce such a collaborative edition without the internet and, of course, the electronic version of this volume is dependent on it.

Because the edition is a collaborative one, the reader will find that individual editors have imparted their own characteristics to the individual poems presented here, even though all editors have followed the general principles outlined in the project’s Editors’ Manual (Wills et al. 2005). We have certainly aimed for consistency in all basic editorial procedures, but inevitably there will be some differences of general approach which will be most apparent in the Notes sections.

My greatest debt of gratitude is to my four fellow General Editors, Kari Ellen Gade, Edith Marold, Guðrún Nordal and Diana Whaley. They have been a wonderful support at all times in what has been a long-lasting and laborious enterprise. Through the process that we call ‘quality control’, which requires all edited poems to be checked by the remaining four General Editors after the Volume Editor has worked with the Contributing Editors on each poem or set of stanzas, each of the General Editors has been able to contribute her special skills: Kari Gade in the fields of metrics, the normalisation of texts, the treatment of foreign words, and almost everything else besides; Edith Marold particularly on the subject of kennings; Guðrún Nordal, as a native speaker of Icelandic, on acceptable Icelandic prose word order and related questions of usage; and Diana Whaley on all points grammatical and syntactic, as well as on the niceties of the English translation. I should like to give special thanks to Diana and Kari for their meticulous attention to all the finer points of skaldic poetics.

I owe a special debt to Tarrin Wills, who has been a Research Associate and, more recently, Senior Research Associate, on the skaldic editing project from 2002 to the present. Aside from his superb work in developing the project’s database, web interface and data entry protocol, which allows us to generate both the hard copy text and the electronic version of the edition, Tarrin has been assiduous and consistent in his devotion to the project and its aims. He has also carried out some of the editing work himself as well as data entry and a host of other tasks. In the period 2006-7 I have also been ably assisted by two Research Assistants, Emily Baynham, who has entered a great deal of material into the skaldic database, and Melanie Heyworth, who has performed bibliographical and other checks.

In the course of preparing this edition, three Contributing Editors have found themselves unable, for personal reasons, to undertake work on some of the texts originally allocated to them, or have been unable to spend as much time as anticipated on the work of editing. I am extremely grateful to Kari Ellen Gade for taking on the editing of five poems about the Virgin Mary at short notice and to Tarrin Wills for stepping in to assist in preparing two poems for this edition, Plácitusdrápa and Hugsvinnsmál.

At various points in the course of making this volume ready for publication, I have sought specialist advice and I should like to acknowledge here the assistance provided by Anders Andrén of Stockholm University on some archaeological issues relating to Geisli, Gottskálk Þ. Jensson of the University of Iceland for assistance with the two Lat. poems Anon Eccl 1 and 2, and to Christopher Sanders, of the Dictionary of Old Norse Prose at the University of Copenhagen for advice on the meaning of several poetic words in this volume. Other debts to individuals and institutions are recorded in the Acknowledgements below and in the Notes to individual poems.

Margaret Clunies Ross,

Sydney, April 2007.

 
3. Acknowledgements

The editors wish to place on record their gratitude to the two Arnamagnæan Institutes, in Reykjavík and Copenhagen, which have been unstinting in their generosity to the skaldic project. Both Vésteinn Ólason, Director of the Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenzkum fræðum, and Matthew Driscoll, Afdelingsleder, Den arnamagnæanske samling, Nordisk Forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen, have been instrumental in giving the project access to their manuscripts and photographic images and in allowing Tarrin Wills to scan them for use on the project’s database. They and their colleagues have also been most helpful in numerous other ways, including granting access to the use of library resources. Mention should also be made of the generosity of Professor Jonna Louis-Jensen, who gave us access to the card index of skaldic verse commissioned in the 1950s by Jón Helgason. This resource, which is held by the Arnamagnæan Collection in Copenhagen, has proved very useful to the project.

We would also like to thank the staff of the Dictionary of Old Norse Prose, Nordisk Forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen, especially Christopher Sanders, for assistance with the meanings of words that occur in our corpus and for allowing us to link our database to their on-line resources.

It would not have been possible to carry out the skaldic editing project as a whole, and produce this volume in particular, without the support of the Australian Research Council. Margaret Clunies Ross has had a Discovery grant from the ARC during the years 2002-6, and again from 2007-9, which has enabled her to fund the position of Tarrin Wills as Research Associate, now Senior Research Associate, on the skaldic project, as well as essential travel, access to archives and other resources. In addition, the grant has allowed the employment of Research Assistants Emily Baynham and Dr Melanie Heyworth during 2006-7.

Valgerður Erna Þorvaldsdóttir has assisted in the preparation of Volume VII by undertaking transcriptions of a number of poems from manuscripts in the Stofnun Árna Magnússonar in Reykjavík. We are indebted to Professor Guðrún Nordal for making funds available for Valgerður’s employment from a research grant awarded to her by the Icelandic Research Council.

Several Contributing Editors wish to acknowledge sources of funding support for their work on this edition. Martin Chase acknowledges the support of Bishop Jóhannes Gijsen, Reykjavík, the American Philosophical Society, Fordham University, the Sankt Lioba Kloster, Copenhagen, as well as the two Arnamagnæan Collections in Reykjavík and Copenhagen, together with the Dictionary of Old Norse Prose, Nordisk Forskningsinstitut, University of Copenhagen. Carolyne Larrington and Peter Robinson thank the British Academy; they also thank Matthew Driscoll and Ragnheiður Mósesdóttir for their contribution to an early stage of their Sólarljóð project and Antje Frotscher for her more recent assistance. Kirsten Wolf acknowledges the summer research funding support of the Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The series logo, designed by Dr Peter Hupfauf of Sydney, is based upon an element in the decoration of the medieval stave church at Urnes, Norway. The editors are grateful to the Society for the Protection of Ancient Monuments (Fortidsminneforeningen) of Sogn and Fjordane, Norway, for permission to use this design element.

 
4. Abbreviations

Note that sigla for all ON-Icel. poetry referred to in this edn are to be found in the List of sigla, with the exception of abbreviations for poems of the Elder Edda (which are listed below), while abbreviated references to ON-Icel. prose texts, journals and frequently cited books or articles are to be found listed in alphabetical order in the Bibliography. All other abbreviations are listed here.

Abbreviations are used in all parts of the edn, except at the beginnings of sentences and in the Introduction. Note that plurals of abbreviated words are written in full, e.g. ‘infinitives’, ‘adverbs’, unless pl. forms are listed below, e.g. ‘ll.’, ‘vv.’.

1. Grammatical and Linguistic Abbreviations
2. Abbreviations for Languages
3. Sigla for Manuscript Collections
4. Abbreviated references to poems of the Elder Edda
5. Other abbreviations

 
5. Sigla list

ÁmÁrnIV — Vol. 4. Ámundi Árnason
    Skj: Ámundi Árnason (AII, 50-1; BII, 58-9)

ArnII — Vol. 2. Arnórr jarlaskáld Þórðarson
    Skj: Arnórr Þórðarson jarlaskáld (AI, 332-54; BI, 305-27)

ArngrIV — Vol. 4. Arngrímr ábóti Brandsson
    Skj: Arngrímr ábóti Brandsson (AII, 348-63; BII, 371-90)

ÁrniIV — Vol. 4. Árni ábóti Jónsson
    Skj: Árni Jónsson ábóti (AII, 412-30; BII, 440-61)

BjbpI — Vol. 1. Bjarni byskup Kolbeinsson
    Skj: Bjarni Kolbeinsson (AII, 1-10; BII, 1-10)

BjhítV — (Bjǫrn Hítdœlakappi Arngeirsson)
    Skj: Bjǫrn Arngeirsson hítdœlakappi (AI, 300-5; BI, 276-83)

BragiIII — Vol. 3. Bragi inn gamli Boddason
    Skj: Bragi enn gamli (AI, 1-5; BI, 1-5)

BǫlvII — Vol. 2. Bǫlverkr Arnórsson
    Skj: Bǫlverkr Arnórsson (AI, 385-7; BI, 355-7)

EGilsIV — Vol. 4. Einarr Gilsson
    Skj: Einarr Gilsson (AII, 397-411; BII, 418-40)

EilIII — Vol. 3. Eilífr Goðrúnarson
    Skj: Eilífr Goðrúnarson (AI, 148-52; BI, 139-44)

EkúlIII — Vol. 3. Eilífr kúlnasveinn
    Skj: Eilífr kúlnasveinn (AI, 572-3; BI, 565-6)

ESkII — Vol. 2. Einarr Skúlason
    Skj: Einarr Skúlason (AI, 455-85; BI, 423-57)

EyvI — Vol. 1. Eyvindr skáldaspillir Finnsson
    Skj: Eyvindr Finnsson skáldaspillir (AI, 64-74; BI, 57-65)

GamlkanVII — Vol. 7. Gamli kanóki
    Skj: Gamli kanóki (AI, 561-72; BI, 547-65)

GestrV — (Gestr Þórhallsson)
    Skj: Gestr Þórhallsson (AI, 199; BI, 189-90)

GlúmrI — Vol. 1. Glúmr Geirason
    Skj: Glúmr Geirason (AI, 75-8; BI, 65-8)

GOddsIV — Vol. 4. Guðmundr Oddson
    Skj: Guðmundr Oddson (AII, 79-81; BII, 90-2)

GSvertIV — Vol. 4. Guðmundr Svertingsson
    Skj: Guðmundr Svertingsson (AII, 46-9; BII, 55-7)

GunnlIV — (Gunnlaugr ormstunga Illugason)
    Skj: Gunnlaugr ormstunga Illugason (AI, 194-7; BI, 184-8)

GunnLeifVIII — (Gunnlaugr Leifsson)
    Skj: Gunnlaugr Leifsson (AII, 10-36; BII, 10-45)

Halli XIII — Vol. 2. Halli stirði
    Skj: Halli stirði (AI, 401-2; BI, 370-1)

HallvIII — Vol. 3. Hallvarðr háreksblesi
    Skj: Hallvarðr háreksblesi (AI, 317-18; BI, 293-4)

HfrI — Vol. 1. Hallfreðr vandræðaskáld Óttarsson
    Skj: Hallfrøðr Óttarsson vandræðaskáld (AI, 155-73; BI, 147-63)

HólmgBV — (Hólmgǫngu-Bersi Véleifsson)
    Skj: Hólmgǫngu-Bersi Véleifsson (AI, 92-5; BI, 86-9)

HStI — Vol. 1. Hallar-Steinn
    Skj: Hallar-Steinn (AI, 543-53; BI, 525-35)

ÍvII — Vol. 2. Ívarr Ingimundarson
    Skj: Ívarr Ingimundarson (AI, 495-502; BI, 467-75)

JátgII — Vol. 2. Játgeirr Torfason
    Skj: Játgeirr Torfason (AII, 81-2; BII, 93)

JónIV — Vol. 4. Jón Þorvaldsson
    Skj: Jón Þórvaldsson (AI, 536; BI, 517)

KálfVII — Vol. 7. Kálfr Hallsson
    Not in Skj

KolbIV — Vol. 4. Kolbeinn Tumason
    Skj: Kolbeinn Tumason (AII, 37-40; BII, 45-9)

KormǪV — (Kormákr Ǫgmundarson)
    Skj: Kormákr Ǫgmundarson (AI, 79-91; BI, 69-85)

MarkII — Vol. 2. Markús Skeggjason
    Skj: Markús Skeggjason (AI, 444-53; BI, 414-21)

MberfII — Vol. 2. Magnús berfœttr Óláfsson
    Skj: Magnús berfœttr (AI, 432-3; BI, 402-3)

NíkVII — Vol. 7. Níkulás Bergsson
    Skj: Níkulás Bergsson (AI, 560; BI, 546-7)

ÓlhvII — Vol. 2. Óláfr hvítaskáld Þórðarson
    Skj: Óláfr Þórðarson hvítaskáld (AII, 92-8; BII, 104-10)

ÓlsvIII — Vol. 3. Óláfr svartaskáld Leggsson
    Skj: Óláfr Leggsson, svartaskáld (AII, 84-86; BII, 96-97)

ÓttI — Vol. 1. Óttarr svarti
    Skj: Óttarr svarti (AI, 289-99; BI, 267-75)

RKetIV — Vol. 4. Rúnólfr Ketilsson
    Skj: Rúnolfr Ketilsson (AI, 533; BI, 513-14)

SigvI — Vol. 1. Sigvatr Þórðarson
    Skj: Sigvatr Þórðarson (AI, 223-75; BI, 213-54)

SkáldþIII — Vol. 3. Skáldþórir
    Skj: Skáld-Þórir (AI, 573; BI, 567)

SkaptiIII — Vol. 3. Skapti Þóroddsson
    Skj: Skapti Þóroddsson (AI, 314; BI, 291)

SkúliIII — Vol. 3. Skúli Þorsteinsson
    Skj: Skúli Þórsteinsson (AI, 305-6; BI, 283-4)

SnStIII — Vol. 3. Snorri Sturluson
    Skj: Snorri Sturluson (AII, 52-79; BII, 60-90)

SturlII — Vol. 2. Sturla Þórðarson
    Skj: Sturla Þórðarson (AII, 101-29; BII, 112-36)

TindrI — Vol. 1. Tindr Hallkelsson
    Skj: Tindr Hallkelsson (AI, 144-7; BI, 136-9)

ÚlfrUIII — Vol. 3. Úlfr Uggason
    Skj: Ulfr Uggason (AI, 136-9; BI, 128-30)

VGlV — (Víga-Glúmr Eyjólfsson)
    Skj: Víga-Glúmr Eyjólfsson (AI, 118-20; BI, 112-14)

ÞdísIII — Vol. 3. Þorbjǫrn dísarskáld
    Skj: Þorbjǫrn dísarskáld (AI, 144; BI, 135)

ÞhamII — Vol. 2. Þorkell hamarskáld
    Skj: Þórkell hamarskáld (AI, 438-9; BI, 407-9)

ÞjóðAII — Vol. 2. Þjóðólfr Arnórsson
    Skj: Þjóðolfr Arnórsson (AI, 361-83; BI, 332-53)

ÞjskI — Vol. 1. Þorleifr jarlsskáld Rauðfeldarson
    Skj: Þórleifr jarlsskáld Rauðfeldarson (AI, 141-3; BI, 132-4)

ÞKolbI — Vol. 1. Þórðr Kolbeinsson
    Skj: Þórðr Kolbeinsson (AI, 212-19; BI, 202-9)

ÞloftI — Vol. 1. Þórarinn loftunga
    Skj: Þórarinn loftunga (AI, 322-7; BI, 298-301)

ÞmáhlV — (Þórarinn svarti máhlíðingr Þórólfsson)
    Skj: Þórarinn svarti Þórólfsson máhlíðingr (AI, 111-15; BI, 105-9)

ÞormV — (Þormóðr Kolbrúnarskáld)
    Skj: Þórmóðr Bersason Kolbrúnarskáld (AI, 277-88; BI, 256-66)

ÞSkallII — Vol. 2. Þorkell Skallason
    Skj: Þórkell Skallason (AI, 414; BI, 383-4)

 
6. Technical Terms


1. Old Norse-Icelandic technical terms
2. Other Technical Terms

 
7. The Contributors

See also information about editors in the database

Katrina Attwood currently works in the High-Integrity Systems Engineering Group in the Department of Computer Science, University of York, where she advises Rolls-Royce on the design of computerised control systems for civil airliners. She gained a PhD from the University of Leeds in 1997 for a doctoral thesis on the poems of MS AM 757a 4°, and has published several articles on the poems in this ms. as well as writing general chapters on Christian skaldic poetry. She has translated three OIcel. sagas into English (Leifur Eirikssson 1997, one, Gunnlaugs saga, repr. Penguin, 2000).

Martin Chase is a Professor in the Department of English and Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University, New York. His area of specialisation within ON-Icel. studies is Christian skaldic poetry. He has recently published an edition of Einarr Skúlason’s Geisli (Toronto, 2005).

Margaret Clunies Ross is McCaughey Professor of English Language and Early English Literature and Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Sydney. Among her recent publications are The Old Norse Poetic Translations of Thomas Percy (Turnhout, 2001), Old Norse Myths, Literature and Society (Odense, 2003), with Amanda J. Collins, The Correspondence of Edward Lye (Toronto, 2004) and A History of Old Norse Poetry and Poetics (Cambridge, 2005). She is one of the General Editors of Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages and Volume Editor of Volumes VII and VIII.

Kari Ellen Gade is Professor of Germanic Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. She is the author of The Structure of Old Norse dróttkvætt Poetry (Ithaca and London, 1995) and, with Theodore Andersson, Morkinskinna: the Earliest Icelandic Chronicle of the Norwegian Kings (1030-1157) (Ithaca and London, 2000). Her research interests are in ON language, literature, culture and history, together with Germanic philology and metrics. She is one of the General Editors of Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages and Volume Editor of Volume II.

Jonathan Grove is a Lecturer in Scandinavian History in the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, where he has taught since 2004. His doctoral work comprised a study of the competitive tradition in skaldic poetics; his research interests currently focus on aspects of Scandinavian history in the late Viking Age and the early medieval period, and constructions of the past in medieval Icelandic narrative literature.

Beatrice La Farge is a wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin for the research project Edda-Kommentar at the Institüt für Skandinavistik, University of Frankfurt. She is one of the authors of the multi-volume Kommentar zu den Liedern der Edda (Heidelberg, 1996-) and, with John Tucker, author of Glossary to the Poetic Edda (Heidelberg, 1992).

Carolyne Larrington is a Supernumerary Teaching Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford. She publishes on mythological and legendary subjects in European literature. Her works on ON-Icel. include her translation of The Poetic Edda (Oxford World’s Classics, 1996) and The Poetic Edda: Essays on Old Norse Mythology, co-edited with Paul Acker (New York, 2002).

Jonna Louis-Jensen retired recently from the Chair of Icelandic at the University of Copenhagen, where she served from 1957 as a Research Assistant and later Lecturer and Professor at the Arnamagnæan Manuscript Institute. Her major publications include editions of Trójumanna saga (Copenhagen 1963 and 1981), a facsimile of AM 66 fol. (Hulda, sagas of the kings of Norway, Copenhagen, 1968), and the monograph Kongesagastudier (Copenhagen, 1977). Jonna Louis-Jensen was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Iceland in 2001. An anthology of her numerous shorter papers in the field of ON-Icel. studies appeared recently under the title Con Amore (Copenhagen, 2006).

David M. McDougall works at the Dictionary of Old English Project, University of Toronto. His main area of interest is in Latin sources and analogues for ON-Icel. literature.

Ian C. McDougall works at the Dictionary of Old English Project, University of Toronto. His main area of interest is in Latin sources and analogues for ON-Icel. literature.

Peter Robinson is Co-Director of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing at the University of Birmingham, UK. He has published several scholarly editions, and lectured on matters relating to computing and textual editing, on text encoding, digitization, and electronic publishing, and on Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, and he has developed computer programs used in the making and publication of scholarly editions.

George S. Tate is Professor of Humanities and Comparative Literature at Brigham Young University. His areas of interest in ON-Icel. studies are Christian skaldic poetry and the confrontation of Germanic paganism with Christianity.

Valgerður Erna Þorvaldsdóttir has been a Research Associate (from June 2002) to the project Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages.  Her main area of interest within ON-Icel. Studies is in skaldic poetry, especially that of the thirteenth century.

Tarrin Wills is a Senior Research Associate in the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Sydney, where he has been working on the skaldic edition, Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages, since 2001. He will shortly take up a Lectureship in Scandinavian Studies at the University of Aberdeen. His other research interests include OIcel. grammatical literature and the history of the study of runes.

Kirsten Wolf is Professor and Torger Thompson Chair of Scandinavian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has edited a number of ON-Icel. texts, including Saga heilagrar Önnu (Reykjavík, 2001), The Legend of Saint Dorothy (Toronto, 1997) and Gyðinga saga (Reykjavík, 1995).

Stefanie Würth is Professor in Skandinavistik in the Deutsches Seminar of the University of Tübingen, She is the author of Elemente des Erzählens. Die Þættir der Flateyjarbók (Basel and Frankfurt/Main, 1991), Isländische Antikensagas I (Munich, 1996) and Der ‘Antikenroman’ in der isländischen Literatur des Mittelalters (Basel and Frankfurt/Main, 1998).

 
8. Introduction

The sections of this Introduction on the treatment of foreign learned words and on the normalisation of C14th poetry were written by Kari Ellen Gade, the rest of the Introduction by Margaret Clunies Ross. We are grateful to Robert D. Fulk of Indiana University and Gottskálk Þ. Jensson, of the University of Iceland, for helpful suggestions regarding the treatment of non-Norse words.

1. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages – a New Edition
2. The Corpus of Medieval Icelandic Christian Skaldic Poetry
3. Genres of Christian Skaldic Poetry
4. Manuscripts
5. Poets and their Audiences
6. History of Scholarship and Reception of Christian Skaldic Poetry
7. Verse-forms and Diction of Christian Skaldic Verse
8. The Treatment of Foreign Learned Words and Foreign Personal Names in Skaldic Poetry
9. Normalisation of Fourteenth-Century Poetry
10. How to use this Edition

 
–. Christian Skaldic Poetry: The Corpus


I. The Twelfth Century

  1. Einarr Skúlason, Geisli ‘Light-beam’ (ESk Geisl)
    edited by Martin Chase
  2. Níkulás Bergsson, JónsdrápaDrápa about S. John’ (Ník Jóndr)
    edited by Beatrice La Farge
  3. Gamli kanóki, Harmsól ‘Sun of Sorrow’ (Gamlkan Has)
    edited by Katrina Attwood
  4. Gamli kanóki, Jónsdrápa ‘Drápa about S. John’ (Gamlkan Jóndr)
    edited by Beatrice La Farge
  5. Anonymous, Leiðarvísan ‘Way Guidance’ (Anon Leið)
    edited by Katrina Attwood
  6. Anonymous, PlácítúsdrápaDrápa about Plácitus’ (Anon Pl)
    edited by Jonna Louis-Jensen and Tarrin Wills

II. The Thirteenth Century

  1. Kolbeinn Tumason, JónsvísurVísur about S. John’ (Kolb Jónv)
    edited by Beatrice La Farge
  2. Anonymous, Líknarbraut ‘Way of Grace’(Anon Líkn)
    edited by George Tate
  3. Anonymous, Sólarljóð ‘Song of the Sun’ (Anon Sól)
    edited by Carolyne Larrington and Peter Robinson
  4. Anonymous, Hugsvinnsmál ‘Speech of the Wise-minded One’ (Anon Hsv) 
    edited by Tarrin Wills and Stefanie Würth
  5. Anonymous, Heilags anda drápaDrápa about the Holy Spirit’ (Anon Heildr)
    edited by Katrina Attwood

III. The Fourteenth Century

  1. Anonymous, Stanzas addressed to Fellow Ecclesiastics 1 & 2 (Anon Eccl 1-2)
    edited by Jonathan Grove
  2. Anonymous, MáríudrápaDrápa about Mary’ (Anon Mdr)
    edited by Katrina Attwood
  3. Anonymous, GýðingsvísurVísur about a Jew’ (Anon Gyð)
    edited by Katrina Attwood
  4. Anonymous, BrúðkaupsvísurVísur about a Wedding’ (Anon Brúðv)
    edited by Valgerður Erna Þorvaldsdóttir
  5. Anonymous, Lilja ‘Lily’ (Anon Lil)
    edited by Martin Chase
  6. Anonymous, Máríuvísur I-IIIVísur about Mary I-III’ (Anon Mv I-III)
    edited by Kari Ellen Gade
  7. Anonymous, Vitnisvísur af Máríu ‘Testimonial Vísur about Mary’ (Anon Vitn)
    edited by Kari Ellen Gade
  8. Anonymous, Drápa af MáríugrátDrápa about the Lament of Mary’(Anon Mgr)
    edited by Kari Ellen Gade
  9. Anonymous, PétrsdrápaDrápa about S. Peter’ (Anon Pét)
    edited by David McDougall
  10. Anonymous, AndreasdrápaDrápa about S. Andrew’ (Anon Andr)
    edited by Ian McDougall
  11. Anonymous, Allra postula minnisvísur ‘Celebratory Vísur about all the Apostles’ (Anon Alpost)
    edited by Ian McDougall
  12. Anonymous, Heilagra manna drápaDrápa about Holy Men’ (Anon Heil)
    edited by Kirsten Wolf
  13. Anonymous, Heilagra meyja drápaDrápa about Holy Maidens’ (Anon Mey)
    edited by Kirsten Wolf
  14. Kálfur Hallsson, KatrínardrápaDrápa about S. Catharine’ (Kálf Katr)
    edited by Kirsten Wolf
  15. Anonymous, Lausavísa on Lawgiving (Anon Law)
    edited by Jonathan Grove

 
A. Bibliography

[see also the database bibliography]

van Acker, L., ed. 1972. Petri Pictoris Carmina. CCCM 25.

Adriaen, Marcus, ed. 1979. [Gregory the Great] Moralia in Iob: Libri 1-10. CCSL 143.

AEW = Vries, Jan de. 1962. Altnordisches Etymologisches Wörterbuch. 2nd rev. ed. Rpt. 1977. Leiden: Brill.

Ágr = Ágrip af Nóregs konunga sögum

Ágr 1929 = Finnur Jónsson, ed. 1929. Ágrip af Nóregs konunga sögum. ASB 18.

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B. Index of First Lines

The index is auto-generated here.

 
C. Indices of Names and Terms


1. Ethnic Names
2. Indigenous Terms
3. Personal Names
4. Place names
5. Miscellaneous Names

 
H. General Index


1. LP Index

 
X. - Changes since printing

The following have been identified by comparing the text and prose, and from the review by Haukur Þorgeirsson in Són 7 (2009), as well as other contributions.

  • Intro p. xxxiv - stefjamel > stefjamél
  • Intro p. xxxiv - visa > vísa
  • Intro p. lix - middle paragraph, þreknennin > þreknenninn
  • Intro p. lxvii - II. Morphology, ‘Kjartan O. Ottósson’ > ‘Kjartan G. Ottósson’; also bibliography p. 984
  • p. 177 Anon Leið 43/8 n. - Ári > Ari
  • Anon Pl 55 - strandastranda
  • Kolb Jónv 3 - prose order: ráð ráð > ráð á
  • p. 293 Anon Sól Intro §4 - Gisli > Gísli
  • p. 295 Anon Sól Intro end -  Helgi Ólaffson > Helgi Ólafsson (twice); Guðmundr Ólaffson > Guðmundr Ólafsson; Jón Eíriksson > Jón Eiríksson
  • Anon Sól 9 text, prose, variants - nøktir > nöktir
  • p. 389 Anon Hsv 47/1 ókunnann > ókunnan
  • Anon Mdr 34 - prose order:Einnkannlig > Einkannlig
  • p. 519 Anon Gyð 3/5 - støkkvir > stökkvir
  • p. 520 Anon Gyð 4/8 - Hamðis > Hamdis
  • Anon Brúðv 30 - prose order: mik > mig
  • Anon Lil Intro - stefjamel > stefjamél
  • p. 556 Anon Lil Intro - Selárdal > Selárdalur
  • p. 557 Anon Lil Intro - Jón Hallson > Jón Hallsson; Grenjarðarstað > Grenjaðarstaðir
  • p. 558 Anon Lil Intro - Jón Árason > Jón Arason
  • Anon Lil Intro - UppsUB R 547 4° > OsloUB R 547 4°
  • Anon Lil 19 - prose order: Velltuz > Veltuz
  • p. 586 Anon Lil 20/5 - hvorki > hvörki
  • p. 589 Anon Lil 23/6 - fjánda > fjanda
  • Anon Lil 27 - prose order: en > in
  • p. 620 Anon Lil 50 - sæmð > sæmd; prose order: æfinliga > eilífliga
  • p. 620 Anon Lil 51 - prose order: lyptum > lyftum
  • p. 621, Anon Lil 52/5 litillæti > lítillæti
  • p. 623, Anon Lil 53/4 fylgðarmenn > fylgdarmenn
  • p. 624, Anon Lil 54/1 Höfuðdrottningin > Höfuðdrotningin; 54/3 færdiz > færðiz; 54/5 Þrutnar > Þrútnar; 54/6 andin > öndin (and in lemma to Note [6]); 55/4 fæddann > fæddan; 55/6 krossin > krossinn (and in lemma to Note [6])
  • Anon Lil 57 - prose order: lyptum > lyftum
  • p. 629, Anon Lil 59/1 eingin > einginn
  • Anon Lil 60 - prose order: at > að
  • p. 636, Anon Lil 67/5 giengu > gieingu
  • Anon Lil 71 - prose order: byrgiaz > byrgjaz
  • p. 647, Anon Lil 75/4 drottinn > dróttinn; also in lemma to Note 4
  • p. 648, Anon Lil 76/3 hit > hið
  • p. 657, Anon Lil 85, Note [5-8] Páll Hallson > Páll Hallsson
  • p. 665, Anon Lil 91/4 liet> liett; 91/5 lit > lít; in prose order, lyt > lít (‘lít þú mein’)
  • p. 676, Anon Lil 100/1 Álmáttigr > Almáttigr
  • p. 766, Anon Mgr 9/2 brúðrinn > brúðrin
  • p. 780, Anon Mgr 30, second Note [8]: Delete the following words: ‘Apart from some medical treatises, the word only occurs in Mar and here’ and reform sentence ‘See AEW: edik’ as ‘See AEW, ONP: edik’.
  • p. 783, Anon Mgr Note [2, 3] ‘Then came a honourable man ...’ > ‘an honourable man’
  • p. 785, Anon Mgr 38/2 páskamorginn > páskamorgin
  • p. 786, Anon Mgr 39/5 nauðsýn > nauðsyn
  • p. 908, Anon Mey 26, Note [All], Magnus Már Lárusson > Magnús Már Lárusson
  • p. 917, Anon Mey 42/7 hvárki > hvörki
  • p. 929, Anon Mey 59, Note [8], second sentence, change from ‘The cpd is hap. leg. ...’ to ‘The cpd also occurs in a similar context (fræðagjörð með fögrum orðum ‘a composition of lore with fair words’) in st. 1/5 of the poem Gimsteinn ‘Jewel’ (ÍM I, 2, 305)’. **In this case, please note that the cross-reference to HólmgB Lv 10/3V (Korm 46) must be removed from the list of cross-references in the front matter of Vol. VII.
  • pp. 940-1, Kálf Kátr 14 Translation and Notes. Translation: ‘the strong fir-trees of the hawk’s path [ARM > MEN]’ > ‘the strong fir-trees of the snake’s path [GOLD > MEN]’. Note [3-4]: Change existing text to the following: lemma stet: ‘the strong fir-trees of the snake’s path [GOLD > MEN]’: In skaldic poetry the base-word öglir invariably means ‘hawk’, but it took on the changed meaning ‘snake’ in the compositions of rímur-poets (cf. Finnur Jónsson 1926-8, 418), and must be understood in that sense here and in 15/8 öglis tún, 33/2 öglis ness and 45/7 öglis túna.
  • p. 941, Kálf Kátr 15 Translation: change ‘the owners of the hawk’s dwelling [ARM > MEN]’ to ‘the owners of the snake’s dwelling [GOLD > MEN]’. Note [8] change ‘hawk’s’ > ‘snake’s’ and ARM > GOLD.
  • p. 946, Kálf Kátr 24/7 nott > nótt
  • p. 948, Kálf Kátr 28/4 lístarorðum > listarorðum
  • p. 951, Kálf Kátr 33 Translation: change ‘of the headland of the hawk [ARM > MEN]’ to ‘of the headland of the snake [GOLD > MEN]’
  • p. 953, Kálf Kátr 35 Note [2], myndin > mundir
  • p. 955, Note [1] to Kálf Kátr 38: Final sentence, ‘Neither pláta nor Pláton are attested elsewhere in skaldic verse...’ > ‘Pláta occurs elsewhere in poetry only in rímur, as a determinant in man (or warrior)-kennings (e.g. plátu runn ‘bush of armour’ in Friðþjófsrímur II, 13/1(Finnur Jónsson 1905-22, I, 420), a poem Finnur (LH, III, 52) considered likely to be composed by Vitulus vates). Plata is attested in prose ... [continue with Note as it currently exists].
  • p. 955, Note [5-6] to Kálf Kátr 38: Add at the end of the present Note: The gold-kenning Iðja rödd ‘voice of Iði <giant>’ also appears in Völsungs rímur III, 20/4 (Finnur Jónsson 1905-22, I, 329).
  • p. 960, Kálf Kátr 45 Translation: change ‘of the homefields of the hawk [ARM > GENEROUS MAN]’ to ‘of the homefields of the snake [GOLD > GENEROUS MAN]’. Note [7]: delete words ‘The poet thinks that öglir is a snake’ and after the lemma write simply: ‘See Note to 14/3-4’.
  • p. 961, Kálf Kátr 47/2 skelfður > skelfdur
  • Anon Mgr Intro - stefjamel > stefjamél
  • Anon Heil 18 - Prose order: biskup > biskup*; eptir > eftir
  • Anon Mey
  • Kálf Kátr
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