Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Ármann Jakobsson (13)

Ármann Jakobsson

1997. Í leit að konungi: Konungsmynd íslenskra konungasagna

1998-2001. History of the Trolls? Bárðar saga as an Historical Narrative

1999. Rundt om kongen: En genvurdering af Morkinskinna

2000a. The Individual and the Ideal: Representation of Royalty in Morkinskinna

2000b. Um uppruna Morkinskinnu: Drög að rannsóknarsögu

2002. Staður í nýjum heimi: Konungasagan Morkinskinna

2003. Fornaldarsagornas struktur och ideologi: Handlingar från ett symposium i Uppsala 31.8 – 2.9 2001

2003. Troublesome Children in the Sagas of Icelanders

2005. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Bárðar saga and its Giants

2009. Identifying the Ogre: The Legendary Saga Giants

2009. Morkinskinna

2011. Beast and Man: Realism and the Occult in Egils saga

2017. The Routledge Research Companion to the Medieval Icelandic Sagas

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