1 edition of Kristni saga: AM 371, 4to, (Hauksbók) and AM 105, fol.: an edition of the texts, with an introduction, notes, and an English translation. found in the catalog.
Kristni saga: AM 371, 4to, (Hauksbók) and AM 105, fol.: an edition of the texts, with an introduction, notes, and an English translation.
Written in English
|Contributions||Haukr Erlendsson, 1265 (ca.)-1334, Harry, Margaret, 1943-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||371|
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AM I b 4to and II 4to, Stofnun Árna Magnússonar, Reykjavík; printed in SnE II –, – (where the second is referred to as AM 1 e ß fol.); facsimile in Fragments of the Elder and Younger Edda, Copenhagen (Corpus Codicum Islandicorum Medii Aevi XVII). AM a 4to, Stofnun Árna Magnússonar, Reykjavík; printed in File Size: 1MB. Íslendingabók & Kristni saga, english translation and commentary - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Two important primary sources for the early history of Iceland. The book of the Icelanders is a short report of the colonization and the beginnings of the Icelandic Commonwealth. The Kristni saga is a saga of the christianization of Iceland.
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Hauksbók ('Book of Haukr'), Reykjavík, Stofnun Árna Magnússonar AM 4to, AM 4to and AM 4to, is an Icelandic manuscript, now in three parts but originally one, dating from the 14th century. It was created by the Icelander Haukr Erlendsson.
It is now fragmentary, with significant portions being lost, but is the first surviving witness to many of the texts it contains (although in most cases Haukr is. Kristni saga. Incipit (AM 4to, AM 4to og AM 4to). Provenance.
Árni Magnússon fékk flest blöðin send til Kaupmannahafnar frá séra Ólafi Jónssyni, en faðir hans, séra Jón Torfason á Stað í Súgandafirði, fékk þau um fr Saga book: ; p. ONP Indices: Work: Kristni saga (Kristni) - manuscripts and editions Map | Phone Book | KUnet | Dansk.
log in Kristni AM 4° Eiríkur Jónsson & Finnur Jónsson ³²³⁰ Kristniˣ AM. Í handritaskránni í AM a 4to, blað v og áfram, gefur Árni Magnússon yfirlit um efni allrar Hauksbókar (AM 4to, AM 4to og AM 4to). Ferill. Saga book: ; s. 2 Kristni saga. One manuscript of this work, from which the passage is taken [No.4to, in the Arna-Magnæan Collection], while it is the oldest extant manuscript containing the Landnamabok [now in an incomplete state] presents this in a later review of the original work, than that which is contained in the much more modern manuscript, AM.fol.
“Kristni saga, AM4to (Hauksbók) and AMfol.: An Edition of the Texts, with an Introduction, Notes, and an English Translation” Lutgens, Christine. “The Canonists of BL MS. Royal and Canon Law in England in the Fourteenth Century” Macierowski, Edward Michael.
“The Thomistic Critique of Avicennian Emanationism from. Landnámabók, manuscript AM fol. Sturlubók, manuscripts AM 4to and AM fol, Hauksbók. In Íslenzk fornrit I. Hið Íslenska Fornritafélag, Reykjavík,pp 1– Google Scholar Larsen G () About the age of the Eldgjá by: 2.
VIKING SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN RESEARCH TEXT SERIES GENERAL EDITORS Alison Finlay and Carl Phelpstead VOLUME XXI 2 It is preserved as the earliest section of AM 4to, dated to c Despite ev- (–, I –50, II 64–66, –61, –66), Kristni saga (13–29) and Brennu-Njáls saga (, –69), where he File Size: KB.
Myndin er af elstu varðveittu Landnámu í Hauksbók AM 4to frá fyrri hluta aldar. Prédikanir hafa varðveist í s.k. hómilíubókum, einni norskri og annarri íslenskri, sem eru ólíkar að uppbyggingu, allt fylgir kirkjuárinu í þeirri norsku en hinn mesti glundroði ríkir í hinni g: book.
Eyrbyggja saga, Brands Þáttr ǫrva, Eiríks saga rauða, Grœnlendinga Saga, Grœnlendinga Þáttr, Íslenzk fornrit vol. IV (Reykjavík, ) Abbreviations of manuscripts E AM E fol. W Cod. Guelf.
to M AM b 4to G AM 4to AM 4to. It follows, therefore, that the accounts of the discovery contained in Hauk's Book and AM.
4to, whether they present the eldest form of the narrative of the Wineland explorers or not, do afford the most graphic and succinct exposition of the discovery, and, supported as they are throughout by contemporaneous history, appear in every.
Á fyrsta áratug aldarinnar var ýmsum fróðleik safnað saman í Hauksbók (nú í þrennu lagi AMog 4to), sögulegu efni, guðfræði og alfræði, s.s. landafræði, náttúrufræði, tímatali og reikningslist, auk annars. Þar eru Breta sögur og Trójumanna saga af erlendum toga en Landnáma, Kristni saga Missing: book.
'Völsunga saga' is presumably based on the Eddic poetry found in the 'Poetic Edda' and 'Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks' on the poems incorporated in its text. The former is in large passages a prose version of eddic poems belonging to the Völsunga-tradition, and the latter preserves seemingly old eddic poems that have not survived elsewhere in.
Hauksbók AM 4to Handritið hafði verið í eigu Brynjólfs biskups Sveinssonar og gekk eftir lát hans að líkindum til sr. Torfa Jónssonar í Gaulverjabæ, sem var aðalerfingi biskups.
Árni veitti því athygli að 14 meðtekin blöð, sem hann hafði fengið vestan úr Súgandafirði, voru úr þessari sömu bók. Á blöðunum að vestan var texti úr Landnámabók og Kristni Missing: book.
2 slíkr ⸢þat [var. slikt AM 4° “”] mon ec til scapslastar finna staðfastr villdi konungrinn ⸢scommom samfast [ var. sialldann stadfast AM 4° “” ] męla við hann 1 stappa hon hafði þar gort i steincatli ⸢stappa [ var. stauppu af AM 4° “” ] lꜹ́c oc oɴvr grǫs oc vellt þat saman.
Similarly, any trace of the Flatey Book version of the discovery is lacking from Friis’ Book, although the author of the saga of Olaf Tryggvason, therein contained, appears to have been acquainted with a somewhat more detailed account of Leif Ericssons’ life than that afforded by the Kristni-Saga, if we may judge from his own language, as.
cording to the Kristni saga, Þorvarðr Spak-Böðvarsson, brother of the grandfather of Ásbjörn Arnórsson, constructed the church at Ás, consid- ered the first in Iceland (ca. Hauksbók ('Book of Haukr'), Reykjavík, Stofnun Árna Magnússonar AM 4to, AM 4to and AM 4to, is an Icelandic manuscript, now in three parts but originally one, dating from the 14th century.
It was created by the Icelander Haukr Erlendsson. It is now fragmentary, with significant portions b. The other numbers are AM 4to and AM 4to. In the three sections of the manuscript there survive leaves out of an original total of approximately -and fortunately our saga was written on leaves that have survived.
It was not until many years after they had been assembled that Árni Magnusson's harvest of manuscripts came to Denmark. Hauksbók (”Haukrin kirja”) on laaja, keskiajan islantilainen käsikirjoitus, joka on nimetty omistajansa Haukr Erlendssonin (k.
) mukaan. Haukr oli islantilainen lainoppinut, joka toimi laamannina ensin Islannissa ja myöhemmin Norjassa. Valtaosa käsikirjoituksesta on laadittu todennäköisesti vuosien – välisenä aikana Haukrin oleskellessa Islannissa, osa taas vuoden Missing: book.
Íslendingabók (AM fol) Möðruvallabók (AM fol) Parte de Hauksbók, contendo o Landnámabók e o Kristni saga (AM 4to) Flateyjarbók (GKS fol) Edda em prosa (GKS 4to) Codex Regius (GKS 4to), contendo a Edda Poética)Missing: book.
VII. Nordgermanische Sprachen VII. Nordgermanische Sprachen VII. NORDGERMANISCHE SPRACHEN Vitti, Francesco: Language change in orthography: a study about the Kristni saga manuscripts (AM 4to, AM fol).
In: LingFil. S. â â (Allg.), (Runen) g: book.Late Medieval Saga Manuscripts UNIVERSITY PRESS OF SOUTHERN DENMARK i i “VC23” — /5/31 — — page 4 — #4 i i i 4 The setup of this book 75 5. i i “VC23” — /5/31 — — page 6 — #6 i i i i i i I.
AM a 4to 79 AM 4to and AM a 4to 1 The magical aspect: The periphery as similar 2.