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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects

C. Indices of Names and Terms

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

(Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects > C. Indices of Names and Terms > 1. Ethnic Names)

1. Ethnic Names (MCR)

Egðir, people of Agder (ON Agðir), South Norway — ESk Geisl 26/5

Frakkar, the Franks — Heil 10/8

Girkjar, the Greeks — ESk Geisl 44/7 (see also Grikir)

Grikir, the Greeks — ESk Geisl 52/8 (see also Girkjar)

Gyðingar, the Jews — Gyð 8/4, Mgr 4/1 (see also Júðar)

Húnir, the Huns — Mey 54/5

Hǫrðar, people of Hordaland (ON Hǫrðaland), West Norway — ESk Geisl 15/8, 21/1, 39/3

Innþrœndir, people from inner Trøndelag, Northwest Norway — ESk Geisl 17/3

Jórsalamenn, inhabitants of Jerusalem — Leið 6/4

Júðar, the Jews — Lil 53/2, Mey 5/3, Mgr 8/7, 12/7, 13/4, 21/4 (see also Gyðingar)

Langbarðar, Langobards, people living in Northern Italy [= Italians] — Pl 55/8

Mærir, people of Møre (ON Mœrr), West Norway — ESk Geisl 12/5

Norðmenn, Norwegians — ESk Geisl 11/4, 55/8

Raumar, people of Romerike (ON Raumaríki), South-Central Norway — ESk Geisl 15/4, 43/5

Seljumenn, the men of Selja, companions of S. Sunniva — Mey 53/1

Sknungar, people of Skåne (ON Skney), South Sweden (in the Middle Ages part of Denmark) — ESk Geisl 35/2

Sygnar, people of Sogn, West Norway — ESk Geisl 22/5

Vinðr, the Wends — ESk Geisl 40/1

Væringjar the Varangians, Scandinavian mercenary soldiers in service of Byzantine Emperors — ESk Geisl 53/8

Þrœndir, people of Trøndelag, Northwest Norway — ESk Geisl 11/1, 13/5

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