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Snor·ri Stur·lu·son

 (snôr′ē stûr′lə-sən, snŏr′ē stœr′lə-sŏn) 1179-1241.
Icelandic historian and chieftain whose works include Heimskringla, a series of sagas, and the Prose, or Younger, Edda.

Snorri Sturluson

(ˈsnɔːrɪ ˈstɜːləsən)
n
(Biography) 1179–1241, Icelandic historian and poet; author of Younger or Prose Edda (?1222), containing a collection of Norse myths and a treatise on poetry, and the Heimskringla sagas of the Norwegian kings from their mythological origins to the 12th century

Snor•ri Stur•lu•son

(ˈsnɔr i ˈstɜr lə sən)
n.
1179–1241, Icelandic historian and poet.
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and it evidently presupposes a slightly different version of the story of Balder's funeral from the one that Snorri and the author of Hei[eth]reks saga knew.
In 2002 she spent three months in Iceland as the recipient of the annual International Snorri Sturluson Fellowship awarded by the Sigurdur Nordal Institute in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Icelandic Ambassador Gunnar Snorri Gunnarsson (left) and Belgian Ambassador Carlos de Wever.
I am reminded of an Icelandic story, Snorri Sturlson's tale in the Edda called "The Tricking of Gylfi.
Arnason 10), which has its parallel in the account of the birth of Porfinnr Karlsefni's son Snorri in the Vinland story (Grcenlendinga saga, ch.
The author makes extensive use of the Icelandic sagas, especially those of Snorri Sturluson (ca.
Peter Giersson, who owns a hotel in Borgarnes, in the heart of Saga country, can show you where each story took place, and where the most famous writer, Snorri Sturluson, relaxed in his still-steaming hot tub.
Stinisson/Leifur Haraldson Snorri Hjartarson/Asgeir Hjartarson Andres Bjornsson/ Ivar Orgland, Oslo, Norway.
The magnificently named Snorri Sturlluson (1178-1241) wrote down vast swathes of myth and saga much of which had been maturing in the oral tradition for many generations.
And the great Saga writer and historian Snorri Sturluson (sorry - haven't come across that one, Magnus) and Leif the Lucky who discovered America.
Keith's father, Kristjan, and his Uncle Snorri Johnson are in their 70s and still active in the business.