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ÍB 300 8vo

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Guðrækileg bók; Iceland, 1780

Name
Benedikt Magnússon Bech 
Birth
1674 
Death
07 May 1719 
Occupation
District/county magistrate 
Roles
Owner; Poet; Author 
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Name
Guðmundur Jónsson 
Birth
1718 
Death
29 September 1767 
Occupation
Priest 
Roles
Poet 
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Name
Jón Bjarnason 
Birth
1560 
Death
1634 
Occupation
Priest 
Roles
Author; Poet; Compiler 
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Name
Sigríður Jónsdóttir ; Sigga ; skálda 
Birth
1600 
Death
1700 
Occupation
 
Roles
Author; Poet 
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Name
Egill Eldjárnsson 
Birth
06 May 1725 
Death
29 December 1802 
Occupation
Priest 
Roles
Poet; Translator 
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Name
Þorgeir Markússon 
Birth
1722 
Death
1769 
Occupation
Priest 
Roles
Poet 
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Name
Jón Guðmundsson 
Birth
1709 
Death
28 June 1770 
Occupation
Prestur 
Roles
Poet; Scribe 
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Name
Marteinn Jónsson 
Birth
20 July 1832 
Death
23 September 1920 
Occupation
Goldsmith 
Roles
Donor 
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Name
Halldóra Kristinsdóttir 
Birth
28 March 1983 
Occupation
 
Roles
Cataloguer 
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Name
Íris Alda Ísleifsdóttir 
Birth
1988 
Occupation
 
Roles
Cataloguer 
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Language of Text
Icelandic

Contents

1
Sjöorðaandvarpanir
Rubric

“Sjö daglegar hjartnæmar andvarpanir útaf sjö orðum Krists á krossinum”

Keywords
2
Predikanir tvær
Keywords

Physical Description

Support

Pappír.

No. of leaves
115 blöð (153 mm x 94 mm).
Script

Tvær hendur að mestu ; Skrifarar:

Óþekktir skrifarar

Additions
  • Blað 1 og 113-115 fyllt síðar.
Binding

Skinnband.

History

Origin
Ísland um 1780.
Acquisition

ÍB 294-301 8vo frá Marteini Jónssyni gullsmið 1863.

Additional

Record History
Halldóra Kristinsdóttir fór yfir skráningu, 4. september 2012 ; Íris Alda Ísleifsdóttir frumskráði, 12. júní 2012; Handritaskrá, 3. b. ; Átaksverkefni 2012.

Bibliography

AuthorTitleEditorScope
Árni Heimir Ingólfsson“The Buchanan psalter and its Icelandic transmission”, 2004; 14: p. 7-46
Árni Heimir Ingólfsson"These are the things you never forget" : The written and oral traditions of Icelandic tvísöngur
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