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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Hermann Pálsson (16)

Hermann Pálsson

1960. Athugasemd um nafnið Bretland

1962. Öxi Gauks Trandilssonar

1969. Íslenzkar fornsögur og Isidor frá Seville

1970a. Tólfta öldin. Þættir um menn og málefni

1970b. Farmaður frá Bræðratungu

1984. A Florilegium in Norse from Medieval Orkney

1985. Seven Viking Romances

1985a. Áhrif Hugsvinnsmála á aðrar fornbókmenntir

1985b. Fornaldarsögur Norðurlanda

1986. Knytlinga saga: The History of the Kings of Denmark

1987. Orkneyinga saga: The History of the Earls of Orkney

1988. Kveðskapur Sturlu Þórðarsonar

1997. Úr landnorðri: Samar og ystu rætur íslenskrar menningar

1999a. Hávamál í ljósi íslenskrar menningar

1999b. The Sami People in Old Norse Literature

2000. Vínland Revisited

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