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Cover of: Origines islandicae by Guðbrandur Vigfússon

Origines islandicae
a collection of the more important sagas and other native writings relating to the settlement and early history of Iceland
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Published by At the Clarendon Press in Oxford .

Table of Contents

vol. I. book 1. Settlement and settlers. Landnama-book, or The Book of settlements. Early genealogies from sagas. The Thorsness settlement. Mantissa: The tale of Garmund Hell-skin.
book 2. The old constitution. Libellus Islandorum. Primitive laws and customs. Early constitutional law. Nial and the Fifth court.
book 3. Conversion and the early church of Iceland. Cristne saga: The tale of Thorwald the Far-farer. Early church legends (Swade and the poor; Thorhall Knop; the tale of Thidrande) The lives of the first seven bishops of Scalholt: Hungrvaca, ℗Þorl©Øaks saga, P©Øols saga. S. John of Holar's Life (Ioans saga). Second life of Thoriac (Oddaverja-℗þ©Øattr). Fragments from Gunlaug's Life
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Library of Congress PT7220 .V5

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Pagination 2 v.

ID Numbers

Open Library OL7198120M
Internet Archive originesislandic01guiala
LC Control Number 05033562
OCLC/WorldCat 305469

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