Njals Saga in the Modruvallabok

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Emma Groeneveld
by GDK
published on 18 February 2019
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Folio 13r, showing a page from Njáls saga, from the Möðruvallabók (AM 132), an Icelandic manuscript from c. 1330-1370 CE containing the most significant surviving collection of Sagas of Icelanders. It records some sagas in full or in part that do not survive anywhere else. The following sagas are included, in this order:

Njáls saga
Egils saga
Finnboga saga ramma
Bandamanna saga
Kormáks saga
Víga-Glúms saga
Droplaugarsona saga
Ǫlkofra saga (or Ǫlkofra þáttr)
Hallfreðar saga
Laxdæla saga (with Bolla þáttr)
Fóstbrœðra saga

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GDK, . (2019, February 18). Njals Saga in the Modruvallabok. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/10116/njals-saga-in-the-modruvallabok/

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