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Heiðarvíga saga

Heiðarvíga saga from a copy of the University of Copenhagen.

Heiðarvíga saga (   ) or The Story of the Heath-Slayings is one of the Icelanders' sagas. It is badly preserved; 12 leaves of the only surviving manuscript were destroyed along with their only copy in the fire of Copenhagen in 1728. The content of that part is only known through a summary written from memory by Jón Grunnvíkingur who had made the lost copy.

The saga has been taken by some scholars as possibly among the oldest Icelanders' sagas.

External links

  • Full text and English translation at the Icelandic Saga Database
  • The saga with standardized Modern Icelandic spelling
  • English translation-1
  • English translation-2
  • Alison Finlay: Two Borgfirðinga sögur: the oldest or the youngest Íslendingasögur?
  • Heiðarvíga saga.Proverbs in
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