The two sagas of the Faroe Islanders and Greenlanders may be counted among the Sagas of Icelanders', though Icelanders play no part in the first and little in the second, and events in both are remote from Iceland. They may be so categorized on account of their style, which is that of sober history, and not less so when events that we would consider supernatural occasionally take place in them. Both have been assigned approximate dates of composition early in the thirteenth century, among the first sagas to have been ...

Thrand of Gotu 1994, Porcupine's Quill

ISBN-13: 9780889841802

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