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Karlamagnus saga and some religious texts : AM 180 a and b fol. / edited by E.F. Halvorsen
Bib ID 225817
Format BookBook
Description Copenhagen : Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1989 
19 p., [224] p. of plates : facsims. ; 41 cm. 
ISBN 8742305306
8742305284
Series

Early Icelandic manuscripts in facsimile ; v. 18.

Notes

Contains an incomplete version of the Karlamagnus Saga, also parts of the Knytlinga, Konrads, Vitus and Laurentius sagas, and almost complete versions of the Dunstanus, Katrinar and Baerings sagas.

Bibliography: p. 18-19.

Subjects Charlemagne, Emperor, 742-814 -- Romances.  |  Romances, Old Norse -- Facsimiles.  |  Manuscripts, Icelandic -- Facsimiles.  |  Sagas -- Facsimiles.
Other authors/contributors Halvorsen, E. F. (Eyvind Fjeld)  |  Kobenhavens universitet. Universitetsbiblioteket. Manuscript. Arnamag. 180 a-b fol
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Karlamagnus saga.


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