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FREE EBOOK - The Heimskringla: Volume 1, by Snorri Sturluson, translated by Samuel Laing

The Heimskringla is an Old Norse kings’ saga, written by Icelandic poet and historian Snorri Sturluson (1178/79-1241) around 1230.

This collection of sagas is about Norwegian kings and contains:

  • Ynglinga saga
  • Saga of Halfdan Svarte (Svarte: “the Black”)
  • Saga of Harald Hårfagre (Hårfagre: “finehair”) (died ca. 931)
  • Saga of Håkon Góði (Góði: “the Good”) (died 961)
  • Saga of King Harald Grafeld (Grafeld: “Greycloak”) (died 969)
  • Saga of King Olaf Tryggvason (died 1000)
  • Saga of Olaf Haraldson (died 1030), excerpt from conversion of Dale-Gudbrand
  • Saga of Magnus Góði (died 1047)
  • Saga of Harald Hardråde (Hardråde: “Hardruler”) (died 1066)
  • Saga of Olaf Kyrre (Kyrre: “the Gentle”) (died 1093)
  • Saga of Magnus Berfættur (Berfættur: “Barefoot”) (died 1103)
  • Saga of Sigurð the Crusader (died 1130) and his brothers
  • Saga of Magnus Blindi (Blindi: “the Blind”) (dethroned 1135) and of Harald Gilli (died 1136)
  • Saga of Sigurð (died 1155), Eystein (died 1157) and Inge (died 1161), the sons of Harald
  • Saga of Håkon Herðibreiðs (Herðibreiðs: “the Broadshouldered”) (died 1162)
  • Saga of Magnus Erlingson (died 1184)

Info from Wikipedia.