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AM 243 h I fol.

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Speculum regale — Konungs skuggsjá; Iceland, 1450-1499

Name
Møllmann, Bernhard M. 
Birth
12 September 1702 
Death
25 July 1778 
Occupation
 
Roles
Scholar; recipient 
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Name
Kall, Johan Christian 
Birth
24 November 1714 
Death
06 November 1775 
Occupation
Orientalist 
Roles
Scholar 
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Name
Kålund, Kristian Peter Erasmus 
Birth
19 August 1844 
Death
04 July 1919 
Occupation
Librarian, scholar 
Roles
Scholar 
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Name
Stefán Karlsson 
Birth
02 December 1928 
Death
02 May 2006 
Occupation
Scholar 
Roles
Scholar 
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Contents

(1r-2v)
Speculum regaleKonungs skuggsjá
Incipit

giordi mikla ueílzu

Explicit

“ſalamon konungr mætti taka abi”

Language of Text

Icelandic

Physical Description

Support

Parchment.

No. of leaves
2. 193 mm x 145 mm.
Condition
Previously used as binding material.
Binding

Put in a blue cardboard cover and put into a Christian Christensen-box.

Seal

The bottom of the leaves were threaded with green silk ribbons with two wax seals belonging to Møllmann and Kall.

History

Origin
Written in Iceland. Kålund (

) dated the fragmentet to c. 1500. Stefán Karlsson (

p. 42

), however, subsequently dated it more precisely to the second half of the fifteenth century.

Additional

Bibliography

AuthorTitleEditorScope
Katalog over Den Arnamagnæanske Håndskriftsamlinged. Kristian Kålund
Sagas of Icelandic Bishops: Fragments of Eight Manuscripts, Early Icelandic Manuscripts in Facsimileed. Stefán Karlsson1967; VII
Speculum regale: Ein altnorwegischer Dialog nach Cod. Arnamagn. 243 Fol. B und den ältesten Fragmentened. Oscar Brennerp. xii
Grönlands historiske Mindesmærkered. Det kongelige nordiske Oldskrift-SelskabIII: p. 272-73
Kongs-skugg-sio utlögd a daunsku og latinu, Det Kongelige Speil med dansk og latinsk Oversættelse, Speculum Regale cum interpretatione danica et latina variis lectionibus, notis &c.ed. Halfdan Einersen ( Hálfdan Einarsson )p. xxxiv-vi
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