Níkulás Bergsson (Ník)
12th century; volume 7; ed. Beatrice La Farge;
Jónsdrápa postula (Jóndr) - 3
III. Kristsdrápa (Kristdr) - 1
Modern scholars consider the Icelandic Benedictine monk Níkulás Bergsson (d. 1159 or 1160) to be the ‘Abbot Nikulás’ who wrote Leiðarvísir (‘Guide pointing out the way’), a guidebook for pilgrims about the routes from Northern Europe to Rome and Jerusalem (Hill 1993a, 390). Níkulás became the abbot of the Benedictine monastery at Þverá (Munkaþverá, founded 1155) in Northern Iceland (Eyjafjörður).