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Heimskringla

Heimskringla is the Old Norse name of a collection of kings' sagas recorded in Iceland around 1225 by the poet and historian Snorri Sturluson (1179–1242). The collection contains tales about the Norwegian kings, beginning with the legendary Swedish dynasty of the House of Ynglings, followed by accounts of more historical Norwegian rulers of the 10th to 12th centuries, up to the death of Eystein Meyla in 1177.

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Storm-editon (Illustrated Norwegian 1899/1900/1914-edition)Edit

Snorre Sturlusons fortaleEdit

Ynglinge-sogaEdit

Soga om Halvdan SvarteEdit

Soga om Harald HårfagreEdit

Soga om Håkon den godeEdit

Soga om EiriksøneneEdit

Soga om Håkon jarlEdit

Soga om Olav TryggvasonEdit

Soga om Olav den heilageEdit

Soga om Magnus den godeEdit

Soga om Harald HardrådeEdit

Soga om Olav KyrreEdit

Soga om Magnus BerrføttEdit

Soga om MagnussøneneEdit

Soga om Magnus Blinde og Harald GilleEdit

Soga om HaraldsøneneEdit

Soga om Håkon HerdebreiEdit

Soga om Magnus ErlingssonEdit