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  • Prose Edda Snorri Sturluson translated by Rasmus Björn Anderson 38713Prose EddaSnorri Sturluson translated by Rasmus Björn Anderson Gylfaginning
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  • Works entitled Edda 19487Works entitled Edda Edda may refer to: The Poetic Edda, a collection of Old Norse poems. The Prose Edda, an Icelandic manual
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  • Poetic Edda Anonymous 38700Poetic EddaAnonymous [In Codex Regius] Völuspá - Wise-woman's prophecy, The Prophecy of the Seeress, The Seeress's Prophecy
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Svipdagsmál 137410Poetic Edda — SvipdagsmálUnknown This title, originally suggested by Bugge, covers two separate poems: Grógaldr
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Edda 86523The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Edda Edda (meaning great-grandmother), the name of two
    628 bytes (86 words) - 19:52, 13 February 2007
  • Poetic Edda Anonymous Abbreviations 137407Poetic Edda — AbbreviationsAnonymous Abbreviations of titles in the Poetic Edda
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Dráp Niflunga 137452Poetic Edda — Dráp NiflungaUnknown Gunnar and Hogni then took all the gold, Fáfnir's heritage. Dissension
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  • Prose Edda by Snorri Sturluson Háttatal 38735Prose Edda — HáttatalSnorri Sturluson
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Frá dauða Sinfjötla 137450Poetic Edda — Frá dauða SinfjötlaUnknown Sigmund Volsungsson was a king in Frankland. Sinfjotli was
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Guðrúnarkviða III 137589Poetic Edda — Guðrúnarkviða IIIUnknown Atli had a serving-woman named Herkja, who had been his concubine
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Helreið Brynhildar 137587Poetic Edda — Helreið BrynhildarUnknown Brynhild's death two piles were made, one for Sigurd, which
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  • (1913), Volume 5 Edda by Arthur Frank Joseph Remy 1360558Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 5 EddaArthur Frank Joseph Remy Edda, a title applied
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Baldrs draumar 137737Poetic Edda — Baldrs draumarUnknown 1. Together were the esir all in council, and the femas all in conference
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Grógaldr 137447Poetic Edda — GrógaldrUnknown 1. SON: «Wake up, Groa! Wake up, good woman! At the gates of death I wake thee
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  • Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume VII Edda 1976670Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume VII — Edda EDDA, the original signification of which
    412 bytes (2,377 words) - 17:16, 24 December 2015
  • The American Cyclopædia Edda 1868820The American Cyclopædia — Edda EDDA (Icelandic, ancestress), the name of two collections of ancient poems and
    240 bytes (1,259 words) - 18:06, 20 July 2015
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Edda 8391631911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Edda EDDA, the title given to two very remarkable collections
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Brot af Sigurðarkviðu 137584Poetic Edda — Brot af SigurðarkviðuUnknown 1. HOGNI: «- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Guðrúnarhvöt 137593Poetic Edda — GuðrúnarhvötUnknown Having slain Atli, Gudrun went to the sea-shore. She went out into' the
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  • Poetic Edda Unknown Gróttasöngr 138000Poetic Edda — GróttasöngrUnknown [Hengjekjeft he was called, the farmer, that the round stone Grotte gave
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