Snorri Sturluson

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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.