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Anglo-Saxon classics : Norroena : embracing the history and romance of northern Europe, Rasmus B. Anderson, editor-in-chief

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Anglo-Saxon classics : Norroena : embracing the history and romance of northern Europe
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Anglo-Saxon classics
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Norroena : embracing the history and romance of northern Europe
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Rasmus B. Anderson, editor-in-chief
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  • Norroena : Anglo-Saxon classics
  • Norroena
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eng
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HDC
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829
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illustrations
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index present
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PR1502
LC item number
.N79
Literary form
non fiction
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Norroena Society
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1846-1936
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Anderson, Rasmus B.
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  • English literature
  • Mythology, Germanic
  • Literature, Medieval
  • Scandinavian literature
  • Old Norse literature
  • Mythology, Norse
  • Folklore
  • Folklore
  • Tales, Medieval
  • Tales
  • Anglo-Saxons in literature
  • Anglo-Saxons
  • Norse literature
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adult
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Anglo-Saxon classics : Norroena : embracing the history and romance of northern Europe, Rasmus B. Anderson, editor-in-chief
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  • Includes indexes
  • "Of the memorial edition there are but three hundred and fifty complete sets made for the world."
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volume
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rdacarrier
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1-2. The nine books of the Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus.-v. 3-5. Teutonic mythology, by Viktor Rydberg.-v. 6. The Völsunga saga.-v. 7-9. The Heimshringla, by Snorri Sturluson.-v. 10. Njála. The story of Burnt Njal, the great Icelandic tribune, jurist, and counsellor.-v. 11. Edda Saemundar. The elder edda.-v. 12. Romances and epics of our northern ancestors, Norse, Celt and Teuton, by Dr. W. Wägner.-v. 13. A collection of popular tales from the Norse and north German, by G.W. Dasent.-v. 14. The Arthurian tales, compiled by Sir Thomas Malory.-v. 15. The Norse discovery of America
  • v.1. The nine books of Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus: Saxo|s position -- Life of Saxo -- Saxo|s Danish history -- Literary history of Saxo|s work -- MS. fragments -- Saxo as a writer -- Political institutions: Customary law -- Statute laws: War, social life -- Supernatural beings -- Funeral rites and man|s future state -- Magic and folk science -- Proverbs and folk tales -- Saxo|s mythology -- Saxo|s preface -- (Full text translation of) Book I -- Book II -- Book III -- Book IV -- Book V
  • v.2. The nine books of Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus (cont.): Book V (cont. from v. 1) -- Book VI -- Book VII -- Book VIII -- Book IX -- Appendix I: Passages from later books of Saxo: Story of Toke and the apple -- Allusions to the Niflung story -- The wonderful statue of the god Suanto-Vitus -- The image (idol) of the god Rudie-Vitus --Appendix II: Saxo|s Hamlet, with critical annotation -- Appendix III: The tale of Thorstan Shiver -- Index to characters and places in Saxo|s history
  • v.3. Teutonic mythology: Gods and goddesses of the Northland: The ancient Aryans -- The Aryan family of languages -- Hypothesis of Asiatic origin of the Aryans -- Hypothesis of European origin of the Aryans -- The Aryan land of Europe -- Ancient Teutondom -- Medieval migration sagas -- The Troy saga and prose Edda -- Saxo|s relation to the story of Troy -- Older periods of the Troy saga -- Story of the origin of Trojan descent of the Franks -- Odin as leader of the Trojan emigration -- Materials of the Icelandic Troy saga -- Result of foregoing investigations -- Popular traditions of the Middle Ages -- Saxon and Swabian migration saga -- The Frankish migration saga -- Migration saga of the Burgundians -- Teutonic emigration saga -- Myths concerning the creation of man -- Scef, the original patriarch -- Borgar-Skjold, the second patriarch -- Halfdan, the third patriarch -- Haldan|s enmity with Orvandel and Svipdag -- Halfdan|s identity with Mannus -- Sacred runes learned from Heimdal -- Sorcery, the reverse of sacred runes -- Heimdal and the sun goddess -- Loke causes enmity between gods and creators -- Halfdan identical with Helge -- The end of the age of peace -- War with the heroes from Svarin|s mound -- Review of the Svipdag myth -- The world-war and its causes -- Myth concerning the sword guardian -- Breach between Asas Vans ; Siege of Asgard -- Significance of the world-war -- The war in Midgard ; Hadding|s adventures -- Position of the divine clans to the warriors -- Hadding|s defeat -- Loke|s punishment -- Original model of the Bravalla battle -- The Dieterich saga -- Myth in regard to the lower world -- Gudmund, king of the glittering plains -- Ruler of the lower world -- Fjallerus and Hadingus in the low world -- A Frisian saga, Adam of Bremen -- Odainsaker and the glittering plains -- Identification of Odainsaker -- Gudmund|s identity with Mimer -- Mimer|s grove
  • v.4. Teutonic mythology: Gods and goddesses of the Northland: Myth in regard to the lower world -- Myth concerning Mimer|s grove -- Mimer|s grove and regeneration of the world -- Gylfaginning|s cosmography -- The word Hel in linguistic usage -- Border mountain between Hel and Nifelhel -- Description of Nifelhel -- Who the inhabitants of Hel are -- The classes of beings in Hel -- The kingdom of death -- Valkyries, psycho-messengers of diseases -- The way of those who fall by the sword -- Risting with the spear-point -- Loke|s daugher, Hel -- Way to Hades common to the dead -- The doom of the dead -- The looks of Thingstead -- The Hades drink -- The Hades horn embellished with serpents -- The lot of the blessed -- Arrival at the Na-gates -- The places of punishment -- The hall in Nastrands -- Loke|s cave of punishment -- The great world-mill -- The world-mill makes the constellations revolve -- Origin of the sacred fire -- Mundilfore|s identity with Lodur -- Nat, mother of the gods -- Narfi, Nat|s father -- Giant clans descended from Ymer -- Identity of Mimer and Nidhad -- Review of Mimer|s names and epithets -- The mead myth -- The moon and the mead -- Myths of the moon-god
  • v.5. Teutonic mythology: Gods and goddesses of the Northland: Story of the seven sleepers -- The anthropology of the mythology -- Svipdag and Groa -- Menglad|s identity with Freyja -- The sword of revenge -- Orvandel, the star-hero -- Svipdag rescues Freyja from the giants -- Svipdag in Saxo|s account of Hotherus -- Ericus disertus in Saxo -- Laters fortunes of the Volund sword -- The Svipdag epithet “Skirnir” -- Transformation and death of Svipdag -- Reminiscences of the Svipdag myth -- Orvandel, Egil and Ebbo -- Frey fostered in the home of Orvandel -- Ivalde, Svipdag|s grandfather -- Parallel myths in Rigveda -- Judgment passed on the Ivalde sons -- Olvalde and Ivalde sons identical -- A review of Thorsdrapa -- Of Volund|s identity with Thjasse -- The worst deed of revenge -- The guard at Hvergelmer and the Elivagar -- Slagfin, Egil, and Volund -- The Niflung hoard left by Volund -- Slagfin-Gjuke a star-hero -- Slagfin|s appearance in the moon myth -- Review of the synonyms of Ivalde|s sons
  • v.6. The Volsunga saga: Story of the Volsungs -- The Nibelungen ring -- The Rhine gold -- The Valkyrie -- Siegfried -- Gotterdammerung -- The story of Aslog -- Frithiof ; The bold and fair Ingeborg -- Ragnar Lodbrook -- King Helge and Rolf Kraki -- The battle of Bravalla -- Wayland Smith
  • v.7. The Heimskringla, a history of the Norse kings: Saga of Halfdan the black -- Saga of Harald Harfager -- Saga of Hakron the Good -- Saga of Harald Grafeld and Earl Hakon -- Saga of King Olaf Trygvason -- Saga of Olaf Haraldson
  • v.8. The Heimskringla, a history of Norse kings (cont.): Saga of Olaf Haraldson (cont.) -- Saga of Magnus the Good -- Saga of Harald Hardrade
  • v.9. The Heimskringla, a history of Norse kings (cont.) : Saga of Harald Hardrade (cont.) -- Saga of Olaf Kyrre -- Saga of Magnus Barefoot -- Saga of Sigurd the Crusader -- Saga of Magnus the Blind -- Saga of the sons of Harald -- Saga of Hakon the Broad-shouldered -- Saga of Magnus Erlingson
  • v.10. The story of Burnt Njal, the great Icelandic tribune, jurist, and counsellor: Sir George Dasent|s preface -- Sir George Dasent|s introduction -- Icelandic chronology -- The story of Burnt Njal
  • v.11. The elder Edda of Saemund Sigfusson, and the Younger Edda of Snorre Sturleson: The elder Edda of Saemund -- The younger Edda of Snorre
  • v.12. Romances and epics of our northern ancestors, Norse, Celt and Teuton: The Amelungs -- Legend of Dietrich and Hildebrand -- The Nibelung story -- The Hegeling legend -- The legend of Beowulf -- Legends of the holy grail -- Legend of Lohengrin -- Romance of Tristram and Isolde
  • v.13. A collection of popular tales from the Norse and north German: King Gram -- Helgi, son of Hiorward -- Legend of Tannhauser -- The werewolf -- Princess of the glass mountain -- The three dogs -- The widow|s son -- The three aunts -- Toller|s neighbours -- The magician|s pupil -- Temptations -- The outlaw -- The blue riband -- The man without a heart -- The seven ravens -- The little cup of tears -- The man in the moon -- Lora, the goddess of love -- The goatherd (origin of Sleepy Hollow legend) -- The dwellers in the Ilsenstein -- The rosstrappe -- King Waldemar -- Why the sea is salt -- The twelve white peacocks -- The master Smith -- Gudbrand on the hillside -- The blue belt -- The three princesses of Whiteland -- Rich Peter, the pedlar -- The best wish -- The husband who was to mind the house -- Farmer Weathersky -- Lord Peter -- Boots and his brothers -- Tatterhood -- Katie Woodencloak -- Soria Moria castle -- The lad that went to the north wind -- The cat on the Dovrefell -- The three sisters trapped in a mountain -- The boy that stole the giant|s treasure
  • v.14. The Arthurian tales, the greatest romances: The book of Merlin and the birth of Arthur -- The book of Sir Balin le Savage -- The book of the three quests -- The book of Morgan le Fay and the three damsels -- The book of Sir Launcelot du Lake -- The book of Sir Galahad -- The book of Sir Percivale -- The book of the achievement of the holy grail -- The book of Sir Mador -- The book of Elaine -- The book of the Queen|s Maying -- The book of Sir Launcelot and the king -- The book of the death of Arthur
  • v.15. The Norse discovery of America, includes: Saga of Eric the Red -- Voyage of Leif Erikson -- The saga of Thorfin Karlsefni -- Voyage of Freydis, Erik|s daughter (translation) -- Norumbega in America
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Memorial ed.
Extent
15 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)4282063
  • 172424
  • (OCoLC)ocm04282063
  • (OCoLC)172424
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Anglo-Saxon classics : Norroena : embracing the history and romance of northern Europe, Rasmus B. Anderson, editor-in-chief
Publication
Note
  • Includes indexes
  • "Of the memorial edition there are but three hundred and fifty complete sets made for the world."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1-2. The nine books of the Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus.-v. 3-5. Teutonic mythology, by Viktor Rydberg.-v. 6. The Völsunga saga.-v. 7-9. The Heimshringla, by Snorri Sturluson.-v. 10. Njála. The story of Burnt Njal, the great Icelandic tribune, jurist, and counsellor.-v. 11. Edda Saemundar. The elder edda.-v. 12. Romances and epics of our northern ancestors, Norse, Celt and Teuton, by Dr. W. Wägner.-v. 13. A collection of popular tales from the Norse and north German, by G.W. Dasent.-v. 14. The Arthurian tales, compiled by Sir Thomas Malory.-v. 15. The Norse discovery of America
  • v.1. The nine books of Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus: Saxo|s position -- Life of Saxo -- Saxo|s Danish history -- Literary history of Saxo|s work -- MS. fragments -- Saxo as a writer -- Political institutions: Customary law -- Statute laws: War, social life -- Supernatural beings -- Funeral rites and man|s future state -- Magic and folk science -- Proverbs and folk tales -- Saxo|s mythology -- Saxo|s preface -- (Full text translation of) Book I -- Book II -- Book III -- Book IV -- Book V
  • v.2. The nine books of Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus (cont.): Book V (cont. from v. 1) -- Book VI -- Book VII -- Book VIII -- Book IX -- Appendix I: Passages from later books of Saxo: Story of Toke and the apple -- Allusions to the Niflung story -- The wonderful statue of the god Suanto-Vitus -- The image (idol) of the god Rudie-Vitus --Appendix II: Saxo|s Hamlet, with critical annotation -- Appendix III: The tale of Thorstan Shiver -- Index to characters and places in Saxo|s history
  • v.3. Teutonic mythology: Gods and goddesses of the Northland: The ancient Aryans -- The Aryan family of languages -- Hypothesis of Asiatic origin of the Aryans -- Hypothesis of European origin of the Aryans -- The Aryan land of Europe -- Ancient Teutondom -- Medieval migration sagas -- The Troy saga and prose Edda -- Saxo|s relation to the story of Troy -- Older periods of the Troy saga -- Story of the origin of Trojan descent of the Franks -- Odin as leader of the Trojan emigration -- Materials of the Icelandic Troy saga -- Result of foregoing investigations -- Popular traditions of the Middle Ages -- Saxon and Swabian migration saga -- The Frankish migration saga -- Migration saga of the Burgundians -- Teutonic emigration saga -- Myths concerning the creation of man -- Scef, the original patriarch -- Borgar-Skjold, the second patriarch -- Halfdan, the third patriarch -- Haldan|s enmity with Orvandel and Svipdag -- Halfdan|s identity with Mannus -- Sacred runes learned from Heimdal -- Sorcery, the reverse of sacred runes -- Heimdal and the sun goddess -- Loke causes enmity between gods and creators -- Halfdan identical with Helge -- The end of the age of peace -- War with the heroes from Svarin|s mound -- Review of the Svipdag myth -- The world-war and its causes -- Myth concerning the sword guardian -- Breach between Asas Vans ; Siege of Asgard -- Significance of the world-war -- The war in Midgard ; Hadding|s adventures -- Position of the divine clans to the warriors -- Hadding|s defeat -- Loke|s punishment -- Original model of the Bravalla battle -- The Dieterich saga -- Myth in regard to the lower world -- Gudmund, king of the glittering plains -- Ruler of the lower world -- Fjallerus and Hadingus in the low world -- A Frisian saga, Adam of Bremen -- Odainsaker and the glittering plains -- Identification of Odainsaker -- Gudmund|s identity with Mimer -- Mimer|s grove
  • v.4. Teutonic mythology: Gods and goddesses of the Northland: Myth in regard to the lower world -- Myth concerning Mimer|s grove -- Mimer|s grove and regeneration of the world -- Gylfaginning|s cosmography -- The word Hel in linguistic usage -- Border mountain between Hel and Nifelhel -- Description of Nifelhel -- Who the inhabitants of Hel are -- The classes of beings in Hel -- The kingdom of death -- Valkyries, psycho-messengers of diseases -- The way of those who fall by the sword -- Risting with the spear-point -- Loke|s daugher, Hel -- Way to Hades common to the dead -- The doom of the dead -- The looks of Thingstead -- The Hades drink -- The Hades horn embellished with serpents -- The lot of the blessed -- Arrival at the Na-gates -- The places of punishment -- The hall in Nastrands -- Loke|s cave of punishment -- The great world-mill -- The world-mill makes the constellations revolve -- Origin of the sacred fire -- Mundilfore|s identity with Lodur -- Nat, mother of the gods -- Narfi, Nat|s father -- Giant clans descended from Ymer -- Identity of Mimer and Nidhad -- Review of Mimer|s names and epithets -- The mead myth -- The moon and the mead -- Myths of the moon-god
  • v.5. Teutonic mythology: Gods and goddesses of the Northland: Story of the seven sleepers -- The anthropology of the mythology -- Svipdag and Groa -- Menglad|s identity with Freyja -- The sword of revenge -- Orvandel, the star-hero -- Svipdag rescues Freyja from the giants -- Svipdag in Saxo|s account of Hotherus -- Ericus disertus in Saxo -- Laters fortunes of the Volund sword -- The Svipdag epithet “Skirnir” -- Transformation and death of Svipdag -- Reminiscences of the Svipdag myth -- Orvandel, Egil and Ebbo -- Frey fostered in the home of Orvandel -- Ivalde, Svipdag|s grandfather -- Parallel myths in Rigveda -- Judgment passed on the Ivalde sons -- Olvalde and Ivalde sons identical -- A review of Thorsdrapa -- Of Volund|s identity with Thjasse -- The worst deed of revenge -- The guard at Hvergelmer and the Elivagar -- Slagfin, Egil, and Volund -- The Niflung hoard left by Volund -- Slagfin-Gjuke a star-hero -- Slagfin|s appearance in the moon myth -- Review of the synonyms of Ivalde|s sons
  • v.6. The Volsunga saga: Story of the Volsungs -- The Nibelungen ring -- The Rhine gold -- The Valkyrie -- Siegfried -- Gotterdammerung -- The story of Aslog -- Frithiof ; The bold and fair Ingeborg -- Ragnar Lodbrook -- King Helge and Rolf Kraki -- The battle of Bravalla -- Wayland Smith
  • v.7. The Heimskringla, a history of the Norse kings: Saga of Halfdan the black -- Saga of Harald Harfager -- Saga of Hakron the Good -- Saga of Harald Grafeld and Earl Hakon -- Saga of King Olaf Trygvason -- Saga of Olaf Haraldson
  • v.8. The Heimskringla, a history of Norse kings (cont.): Saga of Olaf Haraldson (cont.) -- Saga of Magnus the Good -- Saga of Harald Hardrade
  • v.9. The Heimskringla, a history of Norse kings (cont.) : Saga of Harald Hardrade (cont.) -- Saga of Olaf Kyrre -- Saga of Magnus Barefoot -- Saga of Sigurd the Crusader -- Saga of Magnus the Blind -- Saga of the sons of Harald -- Saga of Hakon the Broad-shouldered -- Saga of Magnus Erlingson
  • v.10. The story of Burnt Njal, the great Icelandic tribune, jurist, and counsellor: Sir George Dasent|s preface -- Sir George Dasent|s introduction -- Icelandic chronology -- The story of Burnt Njal
  • v.11. The elder Edda of Saemund Sigfusson, and the Younger Edda of Snorre Sturleson: The elder Edda of Saemund -- The younger Edda of Snorre
  • v.12. Romances and epics of our northern ancestors, Norse, Celt and Teuton: The Amelungs -- Legend of Dietrich and Hildebrand -- The Nibelung story -- The Hegeling legend -- The legend of Beowulf -- Legends of the holy grail -- Legend of Lohengrin -- Romance of Tristram and Isolde
  • v.13. A collection of popular tales from the Norse and north German: King Gram -- Helgi, son of Hiorward -- Legend of Tannhauser -- The werewolf -- Princess of the glass mountain -- The three dogs -- The widow|s son -- The three aunts -- Toller|s neighbours -- The magician|s pupil -- Temptations -- The outlaw -- The blue riband -- The man without a heart -- The seven ravens -- The little cup of tears -- The man in the moon -- Lora, the goddess of love -- The goatherd (origin of Sleepy Hollow legend) -- The dwellers in the Ilsenstein -- The rosstrappe -- King Waldemar -- Why the sea is salt -- The twelve white peacocks -- The master Smith -- Gudbrand on the hillside -- The blue belt -- The three princesses of Whiteland -- Rich Peter, the pedlar -- The best wish -- The husband who was to mind the house -- Farmer Weathersky -- Lord Peter -- Boots and his brothers -- Tatterhood -- Katie Woodencloak -- Soria Moria castle -- The lad that went to the north wind -- The cat on the Dovrefell -- The three sisters trapped in a mountain -- The boy that stole the giant|s treasure
  • v.14. The Arthurian tales, the greatest romances: The book of Merlin and the birth of Arthur -- The book of Sir Balin le Savage -- The book of the three quests -- The book of Morgan le Fay and the three damsels -- The book of Sir Launcelot du Lake -- The book of Sir Galahad -- The book of Sir Percivale -- The book of the achievement of the holy grail -- The book of Sir Mador -- The book of Elaine -- The book of the Queen|s Maying -- The book of Sir Launcelot and the king -- The book of the death of Arthur
  • v.15. The Norse discovery of America, includes: Saga of Eric the Red -- Voyage of Leif Erikson -- The saga of Thorfin Karlsefni -- Voyage of Freydis, Erik|s daughter (translation) -- Norumbega in America
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Memorial ed.
Extent
15 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)4282063
  • 172424
  • (OCoLC)ocm04282063
  • (OCoLC)172424

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