Huld

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The Huld manuscript

The Huld manuscript. created by Geir Vigfusson in 1860 (but copied from material of earlier origin).

Huld cover

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Huld page 1a

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Huld page 1

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Huld page 2b empty

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Huld page 2

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Huld page 3a

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Huld page 3

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Huld page 4

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Huld page 5

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Huld page 6

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Huld page 7

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Huld page 8

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Huld page 9

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Huld page 10

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Huld page 11

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Huld page 12

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Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.

Edda

The term "Edda" Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur) applies to the Old Norse Prose Edda and has been adapted to fit the collection of poems known as the Poetic Edda which lacks an original title. Both works were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age. The books are the main sources of medieval skaldic tradition in Iceland and Norse mythology.