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Bandadrapa

                                               

Darradarljod

Darradarljod is a skaldic poem in Old Norse found in chapter 156 of Njals saga. The song consists of 11 stanzas, and within it twelve valkyries weave and choose who is to be slain at the Battle of Clontarf. Of the twelve valkyries weaving, six of ...

                                               

Glymdrapa

Glymdrapa is a skaldic poem composed by Þorbjorn Hornklofi, the court poet of King Harald I of Norway. Composed toward the end of the 9th century, the poem recounts several battles waged by King Harald, mostly as he was uniting Norway. Composed i ...

                                               

Hakonardrapa

Only one stanza and a few verses of Þorleifrs work on Hakon survived. The stanza preserved in Snorri Sturlusons Olafs saga Tryggvasonar especially praises the jarl for having sent nine princes to Odin i.e. killed.

                                               

Haustlong

Haustlong is a skaldic poem composed around the beginning of the 10th century. The poem is preserved in the 13th century Prose Edda, which quotes two groups of stanzas from it, and is attributed to the Norwegian skald Þjodolfr of Hvinir. The poem ...

                                               

Islendingadrapa

Islendingadrapa is a skaldic poem composed in Iceland in the 12th or 13th centuries. It is preserved only in AM 748 Ib 4to, one of the manuscripts of the Prose Edda. The manuscript identifies the author as one Haukr Valdisarson, a man otherwise u ...

                                               

Knutsdrapa

Knutsdrapur are Old Norse skaldic compositions in the form of drapur which were recited for the praise of Canute the Great. There are a number of these: The Knutsdrapa by Sigvatr Þordarson The Knutsdrapa by Ottarr svarti Eight poetic fragments th ...

                                               

Noregs konungatal

Noregs konungatal is an Icelandic skaldic poem. Composed around 1190, the poem is preserved in the 14th-century Flateyjarbok manuscript. It is based on the lost historical work of Sæmundr frodi and is the best extant testimony on the scope of Sæm ...

                                               

Olafsdrapa sænska

Olafsdrapa sænska was a skaldic poem composed by Ottarr svarti in honour of the Swedish king Olof Skotkonung. Ottarr spent some time with the Swedish king and worked eagerly for peace between Olof and the Norwegian king Olaf the Stout. The remain ...

                                               

Rekstefja

                                               

Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages is project which is editing the corpus of Old Norse-Icelandic skaldic poetry. The project will publish nine volumes and is supported by a website. The corpus comprises 5797 verses by 447 skalds prese ...

                                               

Ynglingatal

Ynglingatal is a Skaldic poem cited by Snorri Sturluson in the Ynglinga saga, the first saga of Snorris Heimskringla. Snorri quotes frequently from this poem and cites it as one of the sources of the saga. The composition of the poem has variousl ...

                                               

DDR4 SDRAM

Double Data Rate 4 Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory, officially abbreviated as DDR4 SDRAM, is a type of synchronous dynamic random-access memory with a high bandwidth interface. Released to the market in 2014, it is one of the latest vari ...

                                               

DDR5 SDRAM

DDR5 SDRAM is the official abbreviation for Double Data Rate 5 Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory. Compared to its predecessor DDR4 SDRAM, DDR5 is planned to reduce power consumption, while doubling bandwidth. As of September 2019, the stan ...

                                               

GDDR3 SDRAM

Graphics DDR3 SDRAM is a type of DDR SDRAM specialized for graphics processing units offering less access latency and greater device bandwidths. Its specification was developed by ATI Technologies in collaboration with DRAM vendors including Elpi ...

                                               

LPDDR

Low-Power Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory, commonly abbreviated as Low-Power DDR SDRAM or LPDDR SDRAM, is a type of double data rate synchronous dynamic random-access memory that consumes less power and is targeted for m ...

                                               

RDRAM

Rambus DRAM, and its successors Concurrent Rambus DRAM and Direct Rambus DRAM, are types of synchronous dynamic random-access memory developed by Rambus from the 1990s through to the early-2000s. The third-generation of Rambus DRAM, DRDRAM was re ...

                                               

RLDRAM

Reduced Latency DRAM is a type of specialty dynamic random-access memory with a SRAM-like interface originally developed by Infineon Technologies. It is a high-bandwidth, semi-commodity, moderately low-latency memory targeted at embedded applicat ...

                                               

XDR DRAM

XDR DRAM or extreme data rate dynamic random-access memory is a high-performance RAM interface and successor to the Rambus RDRAM it is based on, competing with the rival DDR2 SDRAM and GDDR4 technology.

                                               

XDR2 DRAM

XDR2 DRAM was a proposed type of dynamic random-access memory that was offered by Rambus. It was announced on July 7, 2005 and the specification for which was released on March 26, 2008. Rambus has designed XDR2 as an evolution of, and the succes ...

                                               

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Vostok-2 (rocket)

The Vostok-2, GRAU index 8A92 was an expendable carrier rocket used by the Soviet Union between 1962 and 1967. Forty five were launched, of which five failed. It was derived from the earlier Vostok-K, with uprated engines. It was a member of the ...

                                               

Vostok-2M

The Vostok-2M, GRAU index 8A92M was an expendable carrier rocket used by the Soviet Union between 1964 and 1991. Ninety-three were launched, of which one failed. Another was destroyed before launch. It was originally built as a specialised versio ...

                                               

Greek and Roman artillery

The Greeks and Romans both made extensive use of artillery for shooting large arrows or rocks. The technology was developed quite rapidly, from the earliest gastraphetes in about 399 BC to the most advanced torsion artillery in about 300 BC at th ...

                                               

Lithobolos

A lithobolos refers to any mechanical artillery weapon used and/or referred to as a stone thrower in ancient warfare. Typically this referred to engines that propel at stone along a flat track with two rigid bow arms powered by torsion, in partic ...

                                               

Sudis (stake)

The sudis is a Latin word meaning stake. It was the name given to stakes carried by Roman legionaries for employment as a field fortification, sometimes also called vallus. It is frequently, but incorrectly, called a pilum murale meaning wall spe ...

                                               

National Catapult Contest

The National Catapult Contest was an annual, national competition held between 1966 and 1977 in Indianapolis, Indiana, which, over the course of its history, led to the creation of more than 100 modern catapults. Teams of Latin students across th ...

                                               

PC Exchange

PC Exchange was a utility program for Apple Macintosh computers. It was a control panel for the classic Mac OS that lets the operating system mount FAT file systems and mapped file extensions to the user-defined type and creator codes. It was fir ...

                                               

Disk First Aid

Disk First Aid is a free software utility made by Apple Inc. that was bundled with all computers running the classic Mac OS. This tool verifies and repairs a limited number of directory structure problems on any HFS or HFS Plus hard disk or volum ...

                                               

BootX (Apple)

BootX is a software-based bootloader designed and developed by Apple Inc. for use on the companys Macintosh computer range. BootX is used to prepare the computer for use, by loading all required device drivers and then starting-up Mac OS X by boo ...

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