Njal's Saga

Notes

  1. ^ The name Njál is Gaelic in origin, coming from Niall, which is often anglicised as Neil.
  2. ^ Vésteinn Ólason 2006:134.
  3. ^ For the most recent full survey see Susanne M. Arthur, Writing, Reading, and Utilizing Njáls saga: The Codicology of Iceland’s Most Famous Saga' (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 2015), pp. 40–48, 52–54, 57–58, 62–74, 77–92, 95–96.
  4. ^ Einar Ól. Sveinsson, Studies in the Manuscript Tradition of Njálssaga, Studia Islandica/Íslenzk fræði, 13 (Reykjavík: Leiftur; Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 1953); Einar Ól. Sveinsson, ed., Brennu-Njáls saga, Íslenzk fornrit, 12 (Reykjavík: Hið íslenzka fornritafélag, 1954).
  5. ^ http://njalssaga.wordpress.com.
  6. ^ Ólafur Olavius (ed.) 1772, Sagan af Niáli Þórgeirssyni ok Sonvm Hans &c útgefin efter gavmlvm Skinnbókvm med Konunglegu Leyfi. Copenhagen: Theile. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=H_UqAAAAMAAJ.
  7. ^ Njála. Udgivet efter gamle håndskrifter af Det kongelige nordiske oldskriftselskab, ed. by Konráð Gíslason and Eiríkur Jónsson, 2 vols (Copenhagen: Det kongelige nordiske oldskrift-selskap, 1875—89)
  8. ^ Einar Ól. Sveinsson, ed., Brennu-Njáls saga, Íslenzk fornrit, 12 (Reykjavík: Hið íslenzka fornritafélag, 1954).
  9. ^ Einar Ól. Sveinsson 2010 [1954]:CVII-CXII.
  10. ^ Thorsteinn Gylfason 1998:XIII.
  11. ^ Einar Ól. Sveinsson 2010 [1954]:XXXIX-LVI.
  12. ^ Magnusson 1987 [1960]:23
  13. ^ Magnusson 1987 [1960]:22–26.
  14. ^ Vésteinn Ólason 2006:141.
  15. ^ Magnusson 1987 [1960]:26.
  16. ^ Vésteinn Ólason 1998:198.
  17. ^ Magnusson 1987 [1960]:16.
  18. ^ Ármann Jakobsson 2007:193.
  19. ^ Ármann Jakobsson 2007:214.
  20. ^ Icelandic "mjög sterkur heiðinglegur andi".
  21. ^ Laxness 1997 [1945]:16–17.
  22. ^ Magnusson 1987 [1960]:16.
  23. ^ Thorsteinn Gylfason 1998:XXIII-XXIV.
  24. ^ Bjarni Harðarson, Mörður (Selfoss: Sæmundur, 2014).

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