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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 462 4°, 70v (d280dpi)

Egill Hfl 10V (Eg 43) (22-1)
    ‘Rauð hilmir hjǫr,’
Egill Hfl 11V (Eg 44) (1-3)
    ‘Flugu hjaldrs tranar’
Egill Hfl 12V (Eg 45) (3-4)
    ‘Kom gráðar læ’
[Egill Hfl 14x - for refence only] (5-6)
    ‘Beit fleinn floginn,’
Egill Hfl 13V (Eg 46) (6-7)
    ‘Beit fleinn floginn, ’
Egill Hfl 14V (Eg 47) (7-9)
    ‘Verpr broddfleti’
Egill Hfl 15V (Eg 48) (9-10)
    ‘Jǫfurr sveigði ý,’
Egill Hfl 17V (Eg 50) [1-4, 7-8, 5-6] (11-13)
    ‘Brýtr bógvita’
Egill Hfl 21V (Eg 54) (13-14)
    ‘Njóti bauga’
Egill Hfl 16V (Eg 49) (14-15)
    ‘Enn munk vilja’
Egill Hfl 18V (Eg 51) (16-18)
    ‘Stóðz folk hagi’
Egill Hfl 19V (Eg 52) (18-20)
    ‘Jǫfurr hyggi at,’
Egill Hfl 20V (Eg 53) (20-21)
    ‘Bark þengils lof’

prose text:

Egils saga Skalla-Grímssonar

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