The Heimskringla : A History of the Norse King

Sturlason, Snorre

Published by Norrcena Society, London, England, 1911
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Title: The Heimskringla : A History of the Norse ...

Publisher: Norrcena Society, London, England

Publication Date: 1911

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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Number 9 of 500 copies printed. . Translated from Icelandic By Samuel Laing. Revised with Notes Gy Hon. Rasmus B. Anderson. viii, 358 pages; photogravures; green cloth binding with gilt design on the cover and spine. Assembled by Snorre Sturlason (1178-1241) in Iceland, the work is the best known of the Old Norse King's sagas. Based on the Laing translation of 1844, revised 1889 into English. Important to English history for the account of Harold and his defeat of 1066. Very good clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 14652

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