Benjamin thorpe
1866
Edda Sæmundar Hinns FrOða: The Edda of Sæmund the Learned from the Old Norse or Icelandic, parts I and II*
Trübner & Co.
152 pages (I), 172 pages (II)

*This translation is in the public domain: Click here to download part I from the Internet Archive and click here to download part II from Google Books.

Translated poems (35):

Codex Regius (31)
VǫluspáHávamálVafþrúðnismálGrímnismálSkírnismálHárbarðsljóðHymiskviðaLokasennaÞrymskviðaVǫlundarkviðaAlvíssmálFrá dauða SinfjǫtlaGrípisspá, Reginsmál, Fáfnismál, Sigrdrífumál, Brot af Sigurðarkviðu, Sigurðarkviða hin skamma, Helreið Brynhildar, Dráp Niflunga, Oddrúnargrátr, Atlakviða, AtlamálGuðrúnarhvǫt, Hamðismál, Helgakviða Hundingsbana (I, II), Helgakviða HjörvarðssonarGuðrúnarkviða (I, II, III) 

Non-Codex Regius (4)
Baldrs draumarRígsþula, HyndluljóðGrottasǫngr

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