Alliterative Verse Hrynhenda
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- Snorri Sturluson Háttatal
- Appendix: Examples of Snorri's Metres in Other Old Norse Verse ....... 77. Bibliography .
- Haraldr the Hard-Ruler and his Poets - Temple of Our Heathen Gods
- Dóröarson, distinguished for his verses about the Jarls of Orkney, had recently arrived We may consider what Haraldr admired in the Hrynhenda.
- Bandrúnir in Icelandic Sagas
- 132), while runic poetry in the metres of dróttkvætt, hrynhenda, ljó›aháttr and galdralag testify to bearing a paraphrase of a verse by the greatest of all Icelandic skalds, the . coined to alliterate with lauka, lindi and langs in the following lines.
- _Eddu list_: The Emergence of Skaldic Pegagogy in Medieval Iceland
- consistency of verseform throughout a stanza, the setting out of rules and ..
- Index 537
- Nov 15, 2010 Háttatal ('List of Verse Forms') 280,. 281–3, 309, 483 poetry preserved in 48, 51, ... Hrynhenda (Arnórr) 49, 273–4.
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- Alliterative verse
- In prosody, alliterative verse is a form of verse that uses alliteration as the ..
- Eddic ans Skaldic Verse
- In fornyrðislag alliteration takes place in each pair of lines, usually to emphasize those words.
- Old Norse literature: Information from Answers.com
- Also composed in alliterative verse, but more complex and artificial in form, was .
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