Technical


Editions of medieval Icelandic texts used

Íslendingasögur and Íslendingaþættir. Texts are from the Svart á hvítu editions, Íslendingasögur og þættir I-III, ed. Bragi Halldórsson, Jón Torfason, Sverrir Tómasson and Örnólfur Thorsson (Reykjavík, 1987), now accessible via the CLARIN repository here The Saga Corpus (Fornritin) (clarin.is)

Landnámabók. Online text is from Jakob Benediktsson’s edition (1968) with normalised modern Icelandic spelling, accessible via the CLARIN repository here The Saga Corpus (Fornritin) (clarin.is)

Sturlunga saga. Edited by Guðbrandur Vigfússon (1878). Online at https://archive.org/details/sturlungasagainc01aronuoft.

Annálar. Edited by Guðni Jónsson (1948). Online at Annálar og nafnaskrá – heimskringla.no

Accounts of travel to Iceland by 

Frederic Metcalfe, The Oxonian in Iceland (published 1861). Available online at

https://archive.org/details/oxonianinicelan00metcgoog

William Morris, Icelandic Journals (published 1911). Available online at

http://morrisedition.lib.uiowa.edu/icelandicdiaries.html

William Gershom Collingwood, Pilgrimage to the Sagasteads of Iceland (published 1899). Available online at

http://vsnrweb-publications.org.uk/Collingwood_Pilgrimage2.pdf 

Technical overview

Diagramme by Trausti Dagsson


 

 

 

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