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Acc. 51

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Knýtlinga saga; Denmark, 1816

Name
Schaldemose, Frederik Julius 
Birth
1786 
Death
1861 
Occupation
 
Roles
Author; Scribe 
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Name
Nykøbing 
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Name
Copenhagen 
Country
Denmark 
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Name
Katarzyna Anna Kapitan 
Occupation
Researcher 
Roles
Scholar; Cataloguer 
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Full Title

Aivi | Dana Konunga | vulgo | Knytlinga. (1r)

Language of Text
Icelandic

Contents

1(2r-191v)
Knýtlinga saga
Rubric

“Aivi Dana Konunga | vulgo | Knytlinga.”

Incipit

Haralldr Gorms Son var tekinn til konungs i Dan|mork eftir fadr sinn

Explicit

“þvi at hann hefir mestr hermaðr verið nalega oc bar|daga maðr hingað á Nordr lönd.”

Final Rubric

“Nu lykr her | at segia frá Dana konungum.”

Note

The text is divided into 130 chapters.

Language of Text

Icelandic

Keywords

Physical Description

Support
Paper. Watermarks: Pro Patria (Maid of Dort); the initials "IEF"
No. of leaves
i + 191 + i leaves. Size of leaves: 201 mm x 162 mm
Foliation

Pagination 1-380. The pagination starts on f. 2r.

Collation

There are no quire signatures. There are no catchwords.
Condition

The manuscript is in a good condition.

Layout

The text is written in one column.

There are 17-21 lines per page.

Script
Decoration

No decorations.

Additions

On the title page (f. 1r) there is an addition in the scribe's hand: “ Efter en papirscodex, som tilhoeer | prof. B. Thorlacius, og som var kjöbt efter afdöde Sijselmand Jon Arnesen | Schaldemose. | Nykiöbing 1816. ”

On the title page (f. 1r) there is an addition in another hand: “foræret Skolens Bogsamling af Hr. Adj. Schaldemose”

Binding

Half-bound in the 19th cent. Boards covered with marbled paper (blue, orange, and gray); leather spine and corners.

A provenance sticker affixed to foot of spine: “Nykjöbing Cath-Skole Bibliothek”.

The spine has six panels, five of them are plain, one has sticler with the title “KNYTLINGA”.

History

Origin

The manuscript was written in Denmark by Frederik Julius Schaldemose around 1816. It belongs to the collection of manuscript which was given as a gift to the Nykøbing Katedralskole by Frederik Julius Schaldemose.

Provenance

The manuscripts Acc. 51-62 came from Nykøbing cathedral school. Most of them are Fredrik Schaldemose's transcriptions of Norse texts.

The manuscripts were given as a gift to the Nykøbing Katedralskole by Frederik Schaldemose.

Acquisition

The Arnamagnæan Institute in Copenhagen acquired the manuscript from the school in April 2007 as a gift.

Additional

Record History

Cataloged from the manuscript on 12 September 2018 by Katarzyna Anna Kapitan.

Surrogates

  • Microfilm Neg 2018 from 26 May 2011.
  • Microfilm (archive) 2000 from 01 June 2011.
  • Backup film TS 1296 from 01 June 2011.

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