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*[[For Valdimarr Thorbane's Maunche]]
 
*[[For Valdimarr Thorbane's Maunche]]
 
*[[Fastriðr Hrothgarsdottir Receives the Queen's Cypher]]
 
*[[Fastriðr Hrothgarsdottir Receives the Queen's Cypher]]
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*[[The Five who Stood]]
 
*[[For Ávaldr Valbjarnarson's Queen's Order of Courtesy]]
 
*[[For Ávaldr Valbjarnarson's Queen's Order of Courtesy]]
 
*[[Lausavisur for Saint Robert]]
 
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*[[Skarpheddin is Given Honor]]
 
*[[Skarpheddin is Given Honor]]
 
*[[The Heralding of Violante]]
 
*[[The Heralding of Violante]]
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*[[For Dalla Olafskona]]
  
 
==Long Works==
 
==Long Works==
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*[[The Lay of Thorpatrick]]
 
*[[The Lay of Thorpatrick]]
 
*[[Point Debate]]
 
*[[Point Debate]]
*[[The Five who Stood]]
 
 
*[[The First of Snowberg]]
 
*[[The First of Snowberg]]
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*[[For the Coronation of Kenric and Avelina]]
  
  
 
[[Category:Poems and Songs]]
 
[[Category:Poems and Songs]]

Latest revision as of 15:33, 4 February 2020

This is a collection of works in the Norse style about various people of and events regarding the East Kingdom of the SCA. At this time, it only contains the work of Magnús hvalmagi, Grim the Skald, and Toki Redbeard. Works will be posted as they are updated and formatted for use on this page, this is a currently incomplete collection.

The works are on their own pages, arranged in rough chronological order (not neccessarily the order in which they were written.) They are organized into two categories

Short Works

Works of less than 30 lines. Most of these were composed around a specific happening or reason. In Norse, these are called "Lausavisur," "Occassional(as in for an occassion) verse." Also, a "flokkr" is a short poem (less than 20 stanzas,) a "flock" of verses.

Long Works

Works of over 30 lines. Most of these are full stories of things that happened in the East Kingdom, or what Easterners did. Many of them feature the Pennsic War: