2 edition of Viga Glum"s saga, tr., with notes, by sir E. Head found in the catalog.
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Viga-Glums saga (isl. Víga-Glúms saga) är en av islänningasagorna. Den utspelar sig i Eyjafjordsdalen, på norra Island, mot slutet av talet. Sagan slutar år Handling. Viga-Glum var ett av fyra barn till Eyjolf Ingjaldsson och hans hustru Astrid. Viga-Glums liv skildras från barndomen till hans död. Sighvatr Sturluson and the authorship of Víga-Glúms saga. In Analecta SeptentrionaliaAnalecta Septentrionalia. Papers on the History of North Germanic Culture and Literature: Beiträge zur nordgermanischen Kultur- und Literaturgeschichte (pp. –).
Not written down until the first half of the fourteenth century, VIGA-GLUM S SAGA is much older, having been a part of the Icelandic oral tradition for generations before that. Mainly, the saga is the biography of the hero whose name it bears. Contains: The Saga of Clever Ref, The Story of Thorstein of The East Fjords, The Saga of Valla Ljot, The Saga of Thorvald Crow-Nose, The Story of Shuttle-Halli, The Story of Gold Asa-Thord, The Saga of The Oath-Bound Men, The Story of Gisli Illugason, The Saga of Bjorn Champion of Hitadale.
Champions and Rogues: Finnboga saga ramma, Flóamanna saga, Kjalnesinga saga, Jökuls þáttur Búasonar, Gull-Þóris saga, Þórðar saga hreðu, Krókarefs saga, Gunnars saga Keldugnúpsfífls. Tales of Æhampions and Adventures: Gísla þáttur Illugasonar, Gull-Ásu Þórðar-þáttur, Hrafns þáttur Guðrúnarsonar, Orms þáttur. Wikipedia's Viga-Glums saga as translated by GramTrans. Nedenstående er en automatisk oversættelse af artiklen Viga-Glums saga fra den svenske Wikipedia, udført af GramTrans den Eventuelle ændringer i den svenske original vil blive fanget igennem regelmæssige genoversættelser.
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Víga-Glúms saga (listen (helpinfo)) is one of the Sagas of Icelanders. It takes place mostly in and around Eyjafjörður in North Iceland, and recounts the life and fall of Glúmr Eyjólfsson, a powerful man whose nickname, Víga, refers to his propensity for killing people.
Viga-Glum's saga. The story of Viga-Glum Item Preview The story of Viga-Glum by Head, Edmund Walker, Sir, bart.,[from old catalog] tr.
Publication date Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Pages: Excerpt from Viga-Glum's Saga: The Story of Viga-Glum Isle. With mist and snowstorms girt around, Where fire and earthquake rend the shatter'd ground Here once o'er furthest ocean's icy : Edmund Walker Head.
The Saga of Viga-Glum translation into English by Edmund Head from the original Icelandic 'Víga-Glúms saga'. Chapter 1 There was a man called Ingiald, who lived at Thverá, on the Eyjafirth; he was one of the original priests and a great chief, and he was already in years when this story begins.
Víga-Glúms saga. Víga-Glúms saga. Oxford [Eng.] Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Glúmr Eyjólfsson, called Víga-Glúmr; Glúmr Eyjólfsson, called Víga-Glúmr: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gabriel Turville-Petre. The Story of Viga-Glum - By Sir Edmund Head reviews, iPhone Quality Index, All reviews of The Story of Viga-Glum - By Sir Edmund Head for iPhone.
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Víga-Glúms saga 1. kafli Ingjaldur hét maður, sonur Helga hins magra. Hann bjó að Þverá í Eyjafirði. Hann var forn goðorðsmaður og höfðingi mikill og þá aldraður mjög er sagan gerðist.
Hann var kvongaður maður og átti tvo sonu, Steinólf og Eyjólf. Þeir voru menn vel mannaðir og voru báðir fríðir sýnum. VÍGA - GLÚMS SAGA. kafli. Ingjaldur hét maður, sonur Helga hins magra. Hann bjó að Þverá í Eyjafirði. Hann var forn goðorðsmaður og höfðingi mikill og þá aldraður mjög er sagan gerðist.
Hann var kvongaður maður og átti tvo sonu, Steinólf og Eyjólf. Þeir voru. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Notes: Greek epigram to Iceland by Robert Lowe: p. [v]. Half title: The story of Viga-Glum. Description: xvi, pages,  folded leaves of plates: 2 genealogical table ; 17 cm: Other Titles: Víga-Glúms saga.
Story of Viga-Glum: Responsibility: translated from the Icelandic, with notes and an introduction, by the Right Honourable Sir. The Saga of Viga-GlumEnglish, transl. Edmund Head, from the original 'Víga-Glúms saga'. The Saga of Viga-Glum Chapter 1. There was a man called Ingiald, who lived at Thverá, on the Eyjafirth; he was one of the original priests and a great chief, and he was already in years when this story begins.
Now we have to tell of Glums. Viga-Glums saga, with the tales of Ögmund Bash and Thorvald Chatterbox (Unesco collection of representative works) [McKinnell, J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Derom ere Folk enige, at i tyve Vintre var Glum den største Høvding i Øfjord, og i de næste tyve var ingen mere end hans Jævning.
Ogsaa sige de, at Glum har været blandt de bedste her i Landet til at bruge sine Vaaben. — Og her ender Glums Saga. Noter: 1. Skuti betyder en. The Story Of Viga-Glum () Paperback – Septem by Edmund Head (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Edmund Head.
(17) He considers this view “suitable for a noble heathen in a saga written by a Christian, since to believe in one’s own powers would certainly seem preferable to idolatry,” and it would make conversion stories all the more dramatic, when the hero “at last realizes that here is a god worthy of his adoration, i.e.
a god more powerful. Proverbs and proverbial materials in Víga-Glúms saga. Edition used. Eyfirðinga sögur. Víga-Glúms saga. Ögmundar þáttr dýtts. Þorvalds þáttr tasalda.
Svarfdœla saga. Þorleifs þáttr jarlsskálds. Valla-Ljóts saga. Sneglu-Halla þáttr. Þorgríms þáttr Hallasonar, ed. Jónas Kristjánsson. Íslenzk fornrit. IX. Others.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Víga-Glúms saga.
Viga-Glums saga, sive Vita Viga-Glumi. Havniæ, typis A.F. Steinii, (OCoLC)2 E. O. G. Turville-Petre (ed.), Víga-Glúms saga, 2nd edition, Oxford: Clarendon Press, (first published ), xliii-li, and McKinnell, John (translation), Viga-Glums saga.
With The Tales Of Ögmund Bash And Thorvald Chatterbox, Edinburgh: Canongate.