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AM 666 b 4to

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Strengleikar — Grelent; Norway, 1260-1280

Nafn
Árni Magnússon 
Fæddur
13. nóvember 1663 
Dáinn
7. janúar 1730 
Starf
Prófessor 
Hlutverk
Fræðimaður; Höfundur; Skrifari; Ljóðskáld 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar
Nafn
Kålund, Kristian Peter Erasmus 
Fæddur
19. ágúst 1844 
Dáinn
4. júlí 1919 
Starf
Bókavörður 
Hlutverk
Fræðimaður 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar
Nafn
Wedervang-Jensen, Eva 
Fædd
26. mars 1974 
Starf
 
Hlutverk
Skrásetjari 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar
Nafn
Kaupmannahöfn 
Land
Danmörk 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar
Nafn
Stokkhólmur 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar
Nafn
Hødnebø, Finn 
Starf
 
Hlutverk
Fræðimaður 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar
Nafn
Tveitane, Mattias 
Fæddur
1927 
Dáinn
1985 
Starf
 
Hlutverk
Fræðimaður 
Ítarlegri upplýsingar

Innihald

1
Enginn titill
1.1(1ra-4rb:20)
Tveggia elskanda strengleikrLai of Two Lovers
Upphaf

kvað |na i heiminum

Niðurlag

„at þessi strengleícr er fegrstr allra ok hann | heitir strengleicrenn tveggia elskannde.“

Baktitill

ok lykr | her þesarre sogv“

Efnisorð

1.2(4rb:20-vb)
Grelent
Titill í handriti

„GRelentz saga“

Upphaf

Nv vil ec segía yðr einn atburð. um | mann þann er Grelent var kallaðr

Niðurlag

„þat er hann mætti veðsetía | nema mottvll einn er litils var verðr. ok sveinn“

Efnisorð

Lýsing á handriti

Blaðefni

Parchment.

Blaðfjöldi
4 fragment leaves. The leaves vary in size, and the dimensions indicated here are the maximum measurements of the leaves: 286 mm x 200 mm.
Ástand

All of the leaves are cut for use in the lining of a bishop's mitre. Of fols 1 and 2 only the remainders of the inner columns are preserved.

Umbrot

The mitre is written in double columns. Majuscules are in red and blue, rubrics in red.

Fylgigögn

On an AM-slip belonging to this fragment Árni Magnússon has written: „Þetta var innanï | einni biskups hufu, | (mitra) i Skal-|holti 1703. | GRelentz saga er…“

Uppruni og ferill

Uppruni

The manuscript was written in Norway. Kristian Kålund dates it to the thirteenth century (Katalog bindi II s. 77), but later it has been dated to c. 1270 (e.g. Strengleikar 1979 s. x).

Aðföng

Cf. the AM-slip: „Þetta var innanï | einni biskups hufu, | (mitra) i Skal-|holti 1703“.

Aðrar upplýsingar

Skráningarferill

Catalogued 24 May 2000 by EW-J.

Viðgerðarsaga

Exhibited at the The Royal Library (Det Kongelige Bibliotek), Copenhagen, from 8 November 1963 to 6 January 1964.

Exhibited at Nordiska Museet, Stockholm from 12 September to 22 November 1972.

Exhibited at Malmöhus museum from 24 April to 11 May 1973.

Exhibited at The Royal Library (Det Kongelige Bibliotek), Copenhagen, for the exhibition Trusler og tyvekoster from 11 May to 30 December 2006.

Lent to The Norwegian National Archives (Riksarkivet), Oslo for the use of Finn Hødnebø from 15 January 1968 to 17 January 1970.

Lent to the The University Library, Bergen, (Bergen Universitetsbibliotek) for the use of Mattias Tveitane from 28 October 1977 to 11 may 1978.

In March 1963 the MS was put in 2 pockets of plastic, set on meeting guards and was bound in a blue acid-free cardboard cover.

Rebound 10 November 1998 and then put in pockets of polyester and bound in a cardboard cover.

Myndir af handritinu

plate plade45 s.d. plate plade8 s.d. Supplementary photographs plate plade111 s.d.Supplementary photographs of the MS as a bishop's mitre. pocket lomme 37 s.d.b/w photographs of the bishop's mitre. b/w prints AM 666 b 4to November 1961 colour prints AM 666 b 4to March 1992 1r-4v

Notaskrá

HöfundurTitillRitstjóri / ÚtgefandiUmfang
Streingleikar eða Ljóðabóked. C. R. Unger, ed. R. Keyser1850; s. 84-
Strengleikar: An Old Norse Translation of Twenty-one Old French Lais, Edited from the Manuscript Uppsala De la Gardie 4-7 - AM 666 b, 4to, Norsk historisk kjeldeskrift-institutt: Norrøne tekstered. Mattias Tveitane, ed. Robert Cook1979; III
Katalog over Den Arnamagnæanske Håndskriftsamlinged. Kristian KålundII: s. 77
1961
1992
Elis saga, Strengleikar and other Texts: Uppsala University Library, Delagardieska samlingen nos. 4-7 folio an AM 666b quarto, ed. Mattias Tveitane1972; IV
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