Heimskringla


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Heimskringla

medieval account of the kings of Norway from legendary times to the twelfth century. [Norw. Hist.: Haydn & Fuller, 322]
See: Epic
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Las dos fechas que rescata como momentos de real cambio en la historia del mundo son la introduccion del segundo actor por Esquilo y el elogio que hace Snorre Sturluson en el Heimskringla del adversario ingles: Dice Borges: "yo he sospechado que la historia, la verdadera historia, es mas pudorosa y que sus fechas esenciales pueden ser, asimismo, durante largo tiempo, secretas" (754).
Most scholars find Snorri Sturluson's (1197-1241) Heimskringla to be a compilation of sagas concerning Norwegian kings from their mythical origin to Magnus Erlingsson, and to have been fairly impartial, expect for an understandable bias toward Icelandic heroes.
Alli se cuenta que su atipico nombre Olaf se debe al hecho de que durante el embarazo su madre, Emmeline Miller, habia leido la historia de los primeros reyes de Noruega escrita por Thomas Carlyle basado en la Heimskringla que el historiador islandes Snorri Sturluson habia escrito en el siglo XIII.
102-103), the mer-dog's story is based on the "Saga of King Olaf Trygvesson" in Snorri Sturlason's Heimskringla.
Three of these are based on holidays mentioned in Ynglinga saga, the first story in Snorri Sturlusson's mammoth thirteenth-century history of the kings of Norway, Heimskringla.
The Old Norse Heimskringla is contrasted with the Latin Gesta Danorum, but one of the salient points Bagge makes is that "the retreat of the author and the focus on dramatic narrative do not make the sagas more 'popular' or less 'learned' than contemporary Latin works" (p.
The topics include the transformation of literary genres in Iceland from orality to literacy, dreams in the sagas, ideology and structure in Heimskringla, the double scene of Arrow-Oddr's drinking contest, and a structural approach to the Riddles of the Rok-Stone.
Se trata de la leyenda de la amante de Carlo Magno, leyenda que en realidad tiene sus origenes en textos antiguos medievales--como el Weltbuch de Jans Enenkel, la Cronica de Weihenstephan, o la cronica islandesa Heimskringla, segun estudio el maestro Gaston Paris (20)--, lo cual sugiere la probabilidad de que una fuente anterior pudiera haber dado origen a las distintas versiones europeas.
There is evidence from Heimskringla that the remnants of Harald Hardrada's army re-embarked on their ships at Spurn Head following their defeat at the Battle of Stamford Bridge (1066) (King Harald's Saga Ch.
He has published articles on Halldor Laxness in Mannlif, Grapevine, and Logberg Heimskringla.
En la Heimskringla, Snorri Sturlson narra una historia analoga de San Olaf.