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AM 661 4to

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Stefáns saga; Island, 1400-1500

Navn
Kålund, Kristian Peter Erasmus 
Fødselsdato
19. august 1844 
Dødsdato
4. juli 1919 
Stilling
Forskningsbibliotekar 
Roller
Lærd 
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Navn
Arne Magnusson 
Fødselsdato
13. november 1663 
Dødsdato
7. januar 1730 
Stilling
Professor, Arkivsekretær 
Roller
Lærd; Forfatter; Skriver; Digter 
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Navn
Árni Hákonarson 
Stilling
Stúdent; Skrifari 
Roller
Skriver; Ejer 
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Navn
Wedervang-Jensen, Eva 
Fødselsdato
26. marts 1974 
Stilling
 
Roller
Katalogisator 
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Indhold

(1r-24v)
Stefáns saga
Rubrik

„Hier byriar vpp savgv vírdulígs herra Ste |phani prothomartítís. patroni Snoksdalsk |kirkiv“

Tekstens sprog

Non

Fysisk Beskrivelse / Kodikologi

Materiale

Parchment.

Antal blade
24. 173 mm x 125 mm
Foliering

Foliated in red ink in the upper right hand corner by Kristian Kålund

Lægfordeling

The manuscript has 3 gatherings each consisting of 8 leaves:

  • I: 1+8, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5
  • II: 9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13
  • III: 17+24, 18+23, 19+22, 20+21

Tilstand

The manuscript ends defectively; the last leaf once containing the last few lines of the saga is missing.

Layout

Written in long lines with 22 lines per page. The rubrics were once written in red ink. This ink is now totally effaced leaving the parchment in a lighter colour than the rest.

[Decoration]

Coloured initials occur.

The tall letters of the first lines in all pages have ornaments extended vertically in the upper margin.

The opening of the saga, f. 1r, is supposed once having a major initial, the letter H with an extension all the way down the margin; however, this initial is now effaced and only the extension can now be seen. A new initial in black ink was made later on.

Indbinding

Bound in a limp parchment cover, the gatherings are fastened with three thongs.

Vedlagt materiale

On an accompagnying slip pasted to the upper board Árni Magnússon copied the heading: „hier byriar vpp saugu virduligs herra Stephani prothomartyris patroni Snoksdalsk kirkiu“

Historie og herkomst

Proveniens

Written in Iceland in the fifteenth century.

Herkomst

Once the manuscript belonged to the Church of Snoksdalur.

Erhvervelse

On f. 17v in AM 435 a 4to Árni Magnússon wrote that he got the manuscript from Árni Hakonarsson and that it once belonged to the church of Snóksdalur, Hvammsfjörður, western Iceland: „Komin til min fra Arna Hakonarsyne. Hefur, öefad, til forna vered eign Snoksdals kirkiu“.

[Additional]

[Record History]

Catalogued 20.09.2000-29.09.2000 by EW-J.

[Surrogates]

70 mm 70mm140 12.01.1972 70 mm 70mm140 n.d. Supplimentary photographs b/w prints AM 661 4to 1972 b/w prints AM 661 4to August 1994

Bibliografi

ForfatterTitelRedaktørOmfang
Heilagra Manna Søgur: Fortællinger og Legender om hellige Mænd og Kvindered. C. R. Unger1877; I-II
12.01.1972
n.d.
1972
August 1994
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