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* [[Þiðranda þáttr ok Þórhalls]] (Old Norse; ''C. R. Unger and Guðbrandur Vigfússon'', 1860)
 
* [[Þiðranda þáttr ok Þórhalls]] (Old Norse; ''C. R. Unger and Guðbrandur Vigfússon'', 1860)
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* [[Yderligere Bemærkninger om den skotske “Historia Norvegiæ”]] (Norwegian; ''Gustav Storm'', 1873)  
 
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* [[Sagan om Didrik af Bern (samlet)|Sagan om Didrik af Bern]] (Old Swedish; ''August Fredriksen'', 2020)
 
* [[Sagan om Didrik af Bern (samlet)|Sagan om Didrik af Bern]] (Old Swedish; ''August Fredriksen'', 2020)
* [[Sagan om Didrik af Bern - Didrik ok Wideke Welandson|Didrik ok Wideke Welandson]] (Old Swedish; ''Gunnar Olof Hyltén-Cavallius'', 1854)
 
  
  

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  • HEIMSKRINGLA is an online collection of Old Norse source material, primarily Eddas, Icelandic sagas, scaldic poetry, and some background material.
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Sagan om Didrik af Bern
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By Gunnar Olof Hyltén-Cavallius

Þiðreks saga is an Old Norse compilation of various German narratives and poems with reference to the historic king Theoderic the Great and other historical and legendary figures. In the narratives of this saga we meet several persons known from the Poetic Edda and the Nibelungenlied such as the artisan Völundr and Sigurd Fafnersbane. The saga contains a number of more or less separate sagas and lays such as Velent's saga, Herburt's þáttr, Niflungasaga, and the Song of Hildebrand. – The saga was composed in Norway in the middle of the 13th Century and became widespread all over the Nordic countries. In the 15th Century an unknown author wrote a Swedish version of the saga. It is this Old Swedish edition we present here.

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De gamle Eddadigte – Anden del: Heltedigtene
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By Finnur Jónsson

This is the second volume of Finnur Jónsson's large edition of The Poetic Edda from 1932. Until then several German but no Scandinavian annotated versions had been published. Finnur Jónsson thought it was high time that the Nordic countries had one of their own. Volume two contains the heroic poems in Old Norse with extensive and explanatory comments. Apart from the 18 heroic poems the author gives a number og critical remarks to each poem. – This is a publication from HEIMSKRINGLA Reprint and is available here.

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