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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Jonna Louis-Jensen (JLJ) - 59

Prof. Jonna Louis-Jensen (JLJ)

Jonna Louis-Jensen retired recently from the Chair of Icelandic at the University of Copenhagen, where she served from 1957 as a Research Assistant and later Lecturer and Professor at the Arnamagnæan Manuscript Institute. Her major publications include editions of Trójumanna saga (Copenhagen 1963 and 1981), a facsimile of AM 66 fol. (Hulda, sagas of the kings of Norway, Copenhagen, 1968), and the monograph Kongesagastudier (Copenhagen, 1977). Jonna Louis-Jensen was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Iceland in 2001. An anthology of her numerous shorter papers in the field of Old Norse-Icelandic studies appeared recently under the title Con Amore (Copenhagen, 2006).

allocated stanzas by volume:
Vol. VII: 59

poems and verse groups:
Anonymous Poems, Plácitusdrápa

other individual stanzas:

prose works:

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