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Droplaugarsona saga

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Droplaugarsona saga

Droplaugarsona saga (   ) is one of the Icelanders' sagas, probably written in the 13th century. It tells the story of Grímr and Helgi sons of Droplaug as grown men. These are a pair of brothers who also appear in Fljótsdæla saga, and some of the storyline of Droplaugarsona saga overlaps with that of Fljótsdæla saga, although details often differ when this is the case. This is not unusual in an Icelandic saga.

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  • Full text and translations at the Icelandic Saga Database
  • Droplaugarsona sagaProverbs in
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