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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Jónas Kristjánsson (11)

Jónas Kristjánsson

1956. Eyfirðinga sǫgur

1960. Dínus saga drambláta

1964. Viktors saga ok Blávus

1967. Skrá um Íslenzk Handrit í Noregi

1972. Um Fóstbræðra sögu

1973. Fornsögurnar og íslenskt miðaldaþjóðfélag / The Sagas and Society. Alþjóðlegt Fornsagnaþing, Reykjavík 2.-8. Ágúst: Fyrirlestrar I-II

1975. Íslendingadrápa and Oral Tradition

1980. Isländische Sagas und Handschriften

1997. Eddas and Sagas: Iceland’s Medieval Literature

2014. Eddukvæði

2015. Sagnalíf: Sextán greinar um fornar bókmenntir

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