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Heimskringla

Heimskringla is the Icelandic name of the Norse Viking sagas and mythology, originally written in Old Norse around 1225 by the poet and historian Snorri Sturluson (c.1179-1241).

An English translation was made by Samuel Laing (London, 1844).

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Heimskringla is also the name of a weekly newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It contains articles written in Icelandic of interest to Icelandic Canadians.



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