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AM 181 e fol.

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Klárus saga; Útskálar, Iceland, 1638-1652

Navn
Þorsteinn Björnsson 
Stilling
 
Roller
Ubestemt 
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Navn
Kålund, Kristian Peter Erasmus 
Fødselsdato
19. august 1844 
Dødsdato
4. juli 1919 
Stilling
Forskningsbibliotekar 
Roller
Lærd 
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Navn
Springborg, Peter 
Fødselsdato
28. januar 1938 
Stilling
 
Roller
Lærd 
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Navn
Sigurður Björnsson 
Fødselsdato
1. februar 1643 
Dødsdato
3. september 1723 
Stilling
Lögmaður 
Roller
Ejer; Skriver 
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Stednavn
Island 
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Indhold

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[Filiation]

AM 181 a-l originally were components of a single paper manuscript containing Riddarasögur. This codex was commisioned by Þorsteinn Björnsson, who was the minister of Útskálar on the Reykjanes peninsula in south-western Iceland from 1638 to 1660. During his years in office, Þorsteinn had much medieval Icelandic litterature copied. His source for the riddarasögur now in 181 was Stockholm Perg. 4to nr. 6.

Nøgleord
1
Klárus saga
Rubrik

„Hier Biriar Saugo af Claro | keisara syne“

Tekstens sprog

Islandsk

Nøgleord

Fysisk Beskrivelse / Kodikologi

Materiale

Paper.

Antal blade
9. 297 mm x 193 mm
Layout

Written in double columns.

Historie og herkomst

Proveniens

AM 181 fol is written at Útskálar, Iceland. Kålund dated it to c. 1650 (Katalog), but according to Slay it was probably copied between 1638 and 1652 (Slay 1972, p. 23a). Peter Springborg, however, thinks that the manuscript was mainly written in the 1640es (Springborg 1977 p. 81-86).

Herkomst

AM 181 fol. belonged to the man who commissioned the manuscript, Þorsteinn Björnsson (1612-75). Subsequently lögmaður Sigurður Björnsson took it into possession.

AM 181 a-l fol. once belonged to the same codex but they were divided into smaller components and AM 181 d and g-l fol. are now transferred to Iceland.

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Bibliografi

ForfatterTitelRedaktørOmfang
Katalog over Den Arnamagnæanske Håndskriftsamlinged. Kristian Kålund
Romances: Perg. 4:o Nr. 6 in The Royal Library, Stockholm, Early Icelandic Manuscripts in Facsimileed. D. Slay1972; X
Peter Springborg„Antiqvæ Historiæ Lepores: Om renæssancen i den islandske håndskriftproduktion i 1600-tallet“, 1977; VIII: p. 53-89
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