THE VIKING SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN RESEARCH

 

INDEX TO SAGA-BOOK VOLUMES 1–23

By J. A. B. Townsend

VIKING SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN RESEARCH

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

1999

FOREWORD

This index largely follows the pattern of my two previous indexes, with the addition of a subject index, covering both articles and reviews, together with a slight rearrangement of the order of the material in the index. A further innovation is the provision of a section of ‘addenda’, covering reviews from v. 22:1, which I either overlooked or lost during the compilation. In the articles and reviews sections, I have ignored any later ennoblements or knighthoods conferred on the authors and have entered them in the form of name under which they wrote the articles/books. Married women who wrote both under their marital and maiden names I have entered under their married names in the articles index, with suitable cross-references; but, in the reviews index, I have entered them under the form of name that appeared on the title-pages of the books concerned, this index being a finding-list only. In this section, the citations have largely been kept to their simplest forms, sufficient to enable the reader to identify the works concerned. I should add that, in the reviews section, ‘ed.’ and ‘tr.’ are abbreviations of ‘edited’ and ‘translated’, respectively, and not of ‘editor’ and ‘translator’.

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ARTICLES

Icelandic names consisting of forename + patronymic are entered under the forename.

Allen, J. R.

Prehistoric art in the North. 1:54–73. 1

Allen, W. E. D.

The poet and the spae-wife: an attempt to reconstruct Al-Ghazal’s embassy to the Vikings. 15:149–258. 2

Almqvist, Bo.

Scandinavian and Celtic folklore contacts in the Earldom of Orkney. 20:80–105. 3

Ashdown, Margaret.

The attitude of the Anglo-Saxons to their Scandinavian invaders. 10:75–99. 4

Astley, H. J. D.

Scandinavian motifs in Anglo-Saxon and Norman ornamentation. 4:133–70. 5

Ástráður Eysteinsson. See Durrenberger, E. P.

Auden, G. A.

Antiquities dating from the Danish occupation of York. 6:169–79. 6

Bannon, H. W.

Some old historic homesteads of Iceland. 9:301–10. 7

Barmby, B. H.

The lay of Thrym: translated from the Old Icelandic. 3:454–58. 8

Barnes, Geraldine.

On the ending of Flóres saga ok Blankiflúr. 22:69–73. 9

The Riddara sögur: a medieval exercise in translation. 19:403–41. 10

Barnes, Michael.

On Elmer H. Antonsen’s A concise grammar of the older runic
inscriptions (1975). 19:447–57. 11

On Wolfgang Krause’s Die sprache der urnordischen
Runeninschriften (1971). 18:354–74. 12

Batho, Edith C.

Icelandic ballads. 10:165–87. 13

Beck, Heinrich.

Laxdæla saga—a structural approach. 19:383–402. 14

Beeby, W. H.

Söl and samphire. 6:209–11. 15

Belaiew, N. T.

Eymundar saga and Icelandic research in Russia. 11:93–99. 16

Rorik of Jutland and Rurik of the Russian chronicles. 10:267–97. 17

Benedikz, Eiríkur.

Árni Magnússon. 16:89–93. 18

Bennett, J. A. W.

The beginning of Norse studies in England. 12:35–42. 19

The beginning of runic studies in England. 13:269–83. 20

Berger, Alan.

Lawyers in the Old Icelandic family sagas: heroes, villains and
authors. 20:70–79. 21

Berulfsen, Bjarne.

The influence of Latin on the Norwegian language. 16:156–72. 22

Bing, Just.

Rock carvings of the Norse bronze age. 9:275–300. 23

Binns, Alan L.

The story of Þorsteinn uxafót, with an excursus on Ólöf Ásbjarnar-dóttir. 14:36–63. 24

Bjarni Einarsson.

The blood eagle once more. A. Blóðörn—an observation on the
ornithological aspect. 23:80-81. 25

De Normannorum atrocitate, or on the execution of royalty by the aquiline method. 22:79–82. 26

Björkman, Erik.

Two derivations [ON Scaldingi: OE Wicing]. 7:132–40. 27

Björn Þorsteinsson.

Henry VIII and Iceland. 15:67–101. 28

Some observations on the discoveries and the cultural history of the Norsemen. 16:173–91. 29

Blind, Karl.

The boar’s head dinner at Oxford and a Teutonic sun-god. 1:90–105. 30

The earliest traveller to the High North. 2:198–217. 31

A prehistoric sun-chariot in Denmark. 3:381–94. 32

Shetland folk-lore and the old faith of the Scandinavians and the Teutons. 1:163–81. 33

Blomfield, Joan. See Turville-Petre, J.

Bremner, R. L.

Notes on the Battle of Largs. 7:101–10. 34

Some notes on the Norsemen in Argyllshire and on the Clyde 3:338–80 35

Brown, Ursula. See Dronke, U.

Bruun, Daniel. See Finnur Jónsson.

Brøgger, A. W.

Anglo-Saxon coins from the eleventh century in a silver-hoard from Ryfylke, Norway. 7:232–46. 36

The Oseberg ship. 10:1–11. 37

Buckhurst, H. T. McM.

Icelandic folklore. 10:216–63. 38

Sæmundr inn fróði in Icelandic folklore. 11:84–92. 39

Bugge, Alexander.

Celtic tribes in Jutland? A Celtic deity among the Scandinavian gods? 9:355–71. 40

Costumes, jewels and furniture in Viking times. 7:141–76. 41

Havelok and Olaf Tryggvason: A contribution towards the further understanding of the Kings’ Sagas. 6:257–95. 42

Seafaring and shipping during the Viking Ages. 6:13–27. 43

Bugge, Sophus.

The Norse lay of Wayland (‘Vølundarkviða’) and its relation to English tradition. 2:271–312. [Repr. in 23:275–316]. 44

Bull, Edvard.

The cultus of Norwegian saints in England and Scotland.8:135–48. 45

Cahill, Peter.

Three notes on Duggals leizla. 19:442–46. 46

Campbell, Alistair.

Knúts saga. 13:238–48. 47

The opponents of Haraldr hárfagri at Hafrsfjörðr. 12:232–37. 48

Saxo Grammaticus and Scandinavian historical tradition.13:1–22. 49

Chadwick, Nora K.

Literary traditions in the Old Norse and Celtic world. 14:164–99. 50

Charleson, M. M.

Some anthropological notes from Orkney. 4:82–101. 51

Clarke, H.

Godhilda de Toni, wife of Baldwin I, king of Jerusalem, and her family of Toni and Limesy. 1:106–13. 52

Clouston, J. Storer.

Odal Orkney. 7:85–100. 53

Clunies Ross, Margaret.

Mikil skynsemi er at rifja vandliga þat upp: A response to Klaus von See. 23:73–79. 54

Style and authorial presence in skaldic mythological poetry. 20:276–304. 55

Up the creek without a paddle: A response to Lotte Motz’s ‘Þórr’s river crossing’. 23:491–95. 56

Cocks, A. H.

A boat journey to Inari. 1:319–49. 57

Cole, E. M.

On the place-name Wetwang. 4:102–06. 58

Collings, Lucy; Farrell, R. T.; Morrison, Ian.

Earl Rögnvald’s shipwreck. 19:293–310. 59

Collingwood, W. G.

Arthur and Athelstan. 10:132–44. 60

King Eirík of York. 2:313–27. 61

King William the Wanderer. 4:171–81. 62

A Shetland legend from Fljótsdæla saga. 5:272–87. 63

Some illustrations of the archaeology of the Viking age in
England. 5:111–41. 64

The Vikings in Lakeland: their place-names, remains, history.
1:182–96. [Repr. in 23:348–62]. 65

Conybeare, J. W. E.

The Danes in Cambridgeshire. 4:127–31. 66

Cook, Robert.

The reader in Grettis saga. 21:133–54. 67

Cowen, D. J.

A ninth-tenth century bronze mounting from York. 11:125–28. 68

Crawford, Barbara E.

The Earldom of Orkney and Lordship of Shetland : A reinterpretation of their pledging to Scotland in 1468–70. 17:156–76. 69

Cross, J. E.

The Old Swedish Trohetsvisan and Chaucer’s Lak of Stedfastnesse—a study in a medieval genre. 16:283–314. 70

St Eric of Sweden. 15:294–326. 71

Dennison, W. T.

On the encroachment of the sea and the subsidence of land as
seen in the island of Sanday. 1:74–89. 72

Dickins, Bruce.

The cult of S. Olave in the British Isles. 12:53–80. 73

Two little known renderings of the Old Norse ‘Waking of
Angantàr’. 16:80–88. 74

Dodgson, John McN.

The background of Brunanburh. 14:303–16. 75

Drever, James.

The psychology of Laxdœla saga. 12:107–18. 76

Dreyer, W.

The features of the advance of the study of Danish archaeology
in the last decades. 3:63–93. 77

Dronke, Ursula.

Beowulf and Ragnarök. 17:302–25. 78

The lay of Attila. 16:1–21. 79

The saga of Hrómund Gripsson and Þorgilssaga. 13:51–77. 80

Du Chatelllier, P., and Le Pontois, L.

A ship-burial in Brittany. 6:123–61. 81

Duff, J. W.

Homer and ‘Beowulf’: A literary parallel. 4:382–406. 82

Durrenberger, Dorothy. See next entry.

Durrenberger, E. Paul; Durrenberger, Dorothy; Ástráður Eysteinsson.

Economic representation and narrative structure in Hœnsa-
Þóris saga. 22:143–64. 83

Edwards, Diana. See Whaley, Diana.

Einar Ól. Sveinsson.

Kormakr the poet and his verses. 17:18–60. 84

The value of the Icelandic sagas. 15:1–16. 85

Eiríkr Magnússon.

The conversion of Iceland to Christianity, A.D. 1000. 2:348–74. 86

‘Edda’. 1:219–39. [Repr. in 23:317–37.] 87

King Fialar. 7:65–84. 88

The last of the Icelandic commonwealth. 5:308–40; 6:90–122. 89

Notes on shipbuilding and nautical terms of old in the North. 4:182–237. 90

Ekwall, Eilert.

The proportion of Scandinavian settlers in the Danelaw. 12:19–34. 91

Ellison, Ruth C.

The alleged famine in Iceland. 22:165–79. 92

Entwistle, W. J.

Sir Aldingar and the date of the English ballads. 13:97–112. 93

Evans, David A. H.

Guðbrandur Vigfússon in Oxford. 23:378–79. 94

Farrell, Robert T.

Beowulf, Swedes and Geats. 18:221–96. 95

See also Collings, Lucy.

Faulkes, Anthony.

Magnús Ólafsson’s Fríssdrápa. 18:167–94. 96

Fell, Christine E.

Bergr Sokkason’s Michaels saga and its sources. 16:354–71. 97

Unfrið: An approach to a definition. 21:85–100. 98

Fellows Jensen, Gillian.

On the Vínland legend of The Vinland map. 17:261. 99

Some observations on the Scandinavian personal names in
English place-names. 16:67–71. 100

Fett, Harry.

Miniatures from Icelandic manuscripts. 7:111–26; 177–205. 101

Finch, Ronald G.

Brunhild and Siegfried. 17:224–60. 102

The treatment of poetic sources by the compiler of Völsunga saga.
16:315–53. 103

Finlay, Alison.

Níð, adultery and feud in Bjarnar saga Hítdœlakappa. 23:158–78. 104

Finnur Jónsson and Bruun, Daniel.

Finds and excavations of heathen temples in Iceland. 7:25–37. 105

Flom G. T.

Norse elements in English dialects. 7:6–24. 106

On the place-names of Aurland parish in Sogn, Norway. 11:260–81. 107

The transition from Norse to Lowland Scotch in Shetland,
1600–1850. 10:145–64. 108

Foote, Peter G.

On the fragmentary text concerning St Thomas Becket in Stock.
perg. fol. nr. 2. 15:403–50. 109

Preposition of in a manuscript of Svarfdæla saga. 17:261–63. 110

Sagnaskemtan: Reykjahólar 1119. 14:226–39. 111

Sturlusaga and its background. 13:207–37. 112

The Vinland map, 2. On the Vínland legends on The Vinland map.
17:73–89. 113

Frank, Roberta.

The blood-eagle again. 22:287–89. 114

The blood-eagle once more. B. Ornithology and the interpretation
of skaldic verse. 23:81–83. 115

Fulk, R. D.

The moral system of Hrafnkels saga Freysgoða. 22:1–32. 116

Garmonsway, G. N.

Eyrbyggja saga. 12:81–92. 117

Gísla saga. 11:161–72. 118

Garson, J. G.

Research. 4:73–81. 119

Gathorne-Hardy, G. M.

Erling Skakke’s dispute with King Valdemar. 13:328–43. 120

Poems from the Faroese of J. H. O. Djurhuus. 12:257–60. 121

‘Um dauðans óvissan tíma’, by Hallgrímur Pétursson.
[Translated.] 16:72–79. 122

When was Magnus Erlingsson crowned? 15:346–60. 123

Goddard, A. R.

The Danish camp on the Ouse, near Bedford. 3:326–37. 124

Nine Men’s Morris. 2:376–85. [Repr. in 23:338–47.] 125

Gollancz, Sir Israel.

Gringolet, Gawain’s horse. 5:104–09. 126

Goodrich-Freer, A.

The Norsemen in the Hebrides. 2:51–74. 127

Gordon, Ida L.

The origins of Gíslasaga. 13:183–205. 128

Goudie, Gilbert.

The Norsemen in Shetland. 1:289–318. 129

Graham-Campbell, James.

The initial impact of the Vikings on Irish art. 20:42–48. 130

Gray, H. St G.

Notes on ‘Danes’ skins’. 5:218–29. 131

Gray, James.

Anthropological evidence of the relations between the races of
Great Britain and Scandinavia. 3:217–34. 132

Green, W. C.

On a passage of ‘Sonar Torek’ in Egils saga. 2:386–89. 133

Gunnar Karlsson.

Goðar and höfðingjar in medieval Iceland. 19:358–70. 134

Gustafson, Gabriel.

Notes on a decorated bucket from the Oseberg find. 5:297–307. 135

Hailstone, E.

Traces of Danish conquest and settlement in Cambridgeshire.
4:107–26. 136

Hallberg, Peter.

Some observations on the language of Dunstanus saga; with an
appendix on the Bible compilation Stjórn. 18:324–53. 137

Harmer, Florence E.

The English contribution to the epistolary usage of the early Scandinavian kings. 13:115–55. 138

Harris, Richard L.

William Morris, Eiríkr Magnússon and the Icelandic famine relief efforts of 1882. 20:31–41. 139

Harty, Lenore.

The Icelandic life of St Dunstan. 15:263–93. 140

Heanley, R. M.

The Vikings: Traces of their folklore in marshland. 3:35–62. 141

Heinemann, Fredrik J.

Intertextuality in Bjarnar saga Hítdœlakappa. 23:419–32. 142

Hermann Pálsson.

Óðinn, D. A. H. Evans and Heimur Hávamála. [Response to a review by David Evans.] 23:496–98. 143

Hight, G. A.

Psychology in the Icelandic sagas. 10:69–74. 144

Hildebrandt, Hans.

The monuments of the island of Oeland. 1:370–73. 145

Hill, Joyce.

Pilgrimage and prestige in the Icelandic sagas. 23:433–53. 146

Hill, Thomas D.

Longinus, Charlemagne and Óðinn: William of Malmesbury, De gestis regum Anglorum II, 135. 21:80–84. 147

Hines, John.

Re-reading the sculpture of Anglo-Saxon Cumbria. 22:444–56. 148

Holtsmark, Anne.

Kattar sonr. 16:144–55. 149

Howorth, Sir H. H.

‘Harald Fairhair’ and his ancestors. 9:1–252. 150

Hull, Eleanor.

The Gael and the Gall: Notes on the social condition of Ireland during the Norse period. 5:363–92. 151

Irish episodes in Icelandic literature. 3:235–70. 152

Hunt, Alfred.

The Viking raft or pontoon bridge discovered at Glamford-Brigg, N. Lincs. 5:355–62. 153

Jackson, Elizabeth.

Some contexts and characteristics of Old Norse ordering lists. 23:111–40. 154

Jakob Benediktsson.

Icelandic traditions of the Scyldings. 15:48–66. 155

Landnámabók: Some remarks on its value as a historical source. 17:275–92. 156

Jensen, Gillian Fellows. See Fellows Jensen, Gillian.

Jerrold, Clare.

The Balder myth and some English poets. 3:94–116. 157

Jesch, Judith.

Two lost sagas. [Þorsteins saga Kuggasonar and Hróars saga Tungugoða.] 21:1–14. 158

Johnsen, Arne Odd.

The age of ordination to the priesthood in the North Atlantic islands in the twelfth century. 20:24–30. 159

Johnston, Alfred W.

The alleged prevalence of gavelkind in Orkney and Shetland. 6:305–07. 160

The earl’s bú and round church of Orphir, Orkney. 3:174–216. 161

Grotta söngr and the Orkney and Shetland quern. 6:296–304. 162

Orkney and Shetland folk, 880–1350. 9:372–408. 163

Orkney and Shetland historical notes. 8:211–63. 164

Survey of Orkneyan place-names. 3:459–64. 165

Johnston, George.

On translation—2. A comment. [On Maxwell, below.] 15:394–402. 166

Jón Hnefill Aðalsteinsson.

The position of freed slaves in medieval Iceland. 22:33–49. 167

Jón S. Eysteinsson.

The relationship of Merlinússpá and Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia. 14:95–112. 168

Jón Jóhanneson.

Björn at Haugi. 17:293–301. 169

The date of the composition of the saga of the Greenlanders. 16:54–66. 170

Jón Stefánsson.

The oldest known list of Scandinavian names. 4:296–311. 171

Rúðólf of Bœ and Rudolf of Rouen. 13:174–82. 172

The Vikings in Spain from Arabic (Moorish) and Spanish sources. 6:31–46. 173

Western influence on the earliest Viking settlers. 5:288–96. 174

Jones, Gwyn.

History and fiction in the sagas of the Icelanders. 13:285–306. 175

Mabinogi and Edda. 13:23–47. 176

Kallas, O. Ph.

Scandinavian elements in Estonian folklore. 10:100–12. 177

Kendrick, T. D.

The Claughton Hall brooches. 11:117–24. 178

A gaming board of the Viking period found in Ireland. 11:82–83. 179

Maps illustrating the Viking invasions of England. 11:61–70. 180

Ker, W. P.

The early historians of Norway. 6:238–56. 181

Iceland and the humanities. 5:341–53. 182

Jón Arason. 8:149–71. 183

The life of Bishop Gudmund Arason. 5:86–103. 184

Kermode, P. M. C.

The Hedin Cross, Maughold, Isle of Man. 9:333–42. 185

Saga illustrations of early Manks monuments. 1:350–69. 186

King, Peter.

The cathedral priory of Odense in the Middle Ages. 16:192–214. 187

Kirby, Ian J.

On Belsheim’s Af Bibelen . . . 18:195–99. 188

Kirby, W. F.

The Völuspá, the Sibyl’s Lay, in the Edda of Sæmund. 8:44–52. 189

William Herbert and his Scandinavian poetry. 7:206–19. 190

Kjær Hans.

Notes on the Danework. 4:313–25. 191

St Canute and St Olaf in the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem. 11:71–81. 192

Knowles, Elizabeth.

Notes on a first edition of ‘Cleasby–Vigfússon’. 20:165–78. 193

Koefoed, H. A.

The place-names of Bornholm.13:344–63. 194

Kratz, Henry.

Textus, braull and gangandi greiði. 19:371–82. 195

Kuhn, Hans.

The rímur-poet and his audience. 23:454–68. 196

Larrington, Carolyne.

Hávamál and sources outside Scandinavia. 23:141–57. 197

Larsson, Mats G.

Yngvarr’s expedition and the Georgian Chronicle. 22:98–108. 198

Leith, Mary C. J.

Notes on some Icelandic churches. 4:365–81. 199

Le Pontois, L. See Du Chatellier, P.

Lewis, A. L.

Stone circles and other rude monuments of Great Britain. 3:434–44. 200

Liestöl, Aslak.

The Viking runes: The transition from the older to the younger fuþark. 20:247–66. 201

Lockwood, W. B.

The language and culture of the Faroe Islands. 13:249–68. 202

Lowerison, B.

The sites of three Danish camps and an Anglian burying-ground in East Anglia. 6:47–58. 203

Lynam, Edward.

Early maps of Scandinavia and Iceland. 11:1–4. 204

McDonald, A.

The Norsemen in Uist folklore. 3:413–33. 205

McDougall, Ian.

Foreigners and foreign languages in medieval Iceland. 22:180–233. 206

McKinnell, John.

The context of Völundarkviða. 23:1–27. 207

Motivation in Lokasenna. 22:234–62. 208

Saga manuscripts in Iceland in the later 18th century. 20:131–36. 209

Macrae-Gibson, O. D.

The topography of Hrafnkels saga. 19:239–63. 210

McTurk, Rory.

Sacral kingship in ancient Scandinavia. 19:139–69. 211

The supernatural in Njáls saga: A narratological approach. 23:28–45. 212

Malone, Kemp.

Aki : rlungatrausti. 11:26–29. 213

The alliterative pattern abbc in the þulur. 11:250–52. 214

The Viking Society: An appreciation. 11:197–200. 215

Manhire, Wllliam.

The narrative functions of source-references in the sagas of Icelanders. 19:170–90. 216

Marchant, F. P.

The first christian martyr in Russia. [Tur/Turi?] 6:28–30. 217

The Vikings and the Wends. 8:108–29. 218

Marcus, G. J.

The course for Greenland. 14:12–35. 219

Marxen, Ingegerd; Moltke, Erik.

The Jelling man: Denmark’s oldest figure painting. 20:267–75. 220

Mawer, Allen.

Ragnar Lothbrók and his sons. 6:68–89. 221

Scandinavian influence on the place-names of Northumberland and Durham. 8:172–210. 222

The Scandinavian kingdom of Northumbria. 7:38–64. 223

Maxwell, I. R.

On translation – 1: A review.15:383–93. 224

Pattern in ‘Njáls saga’. 16:17–47. 225

Milroy, James.

Starkaðr: An essay in interpretation. 19:118–38. 226

The story of Ætternisstapi in Gautreks saga. 17:206–23. 227

Minkov, Michael.

Sneglu-Halli, 2:11: dróttinserðr. 22:285–86. 228

Mjelde, M. M.

The Norse discoveries of America: The Eyktarstaðr problem. 10:57–68. 229

Moberg, Lennart.

The languages of Alvíssmál. 18:299–323. 230

Mockler-Ferryman, A. F.

Chronicles of Hardanger: A sketch of old-world Norway. 2:75–94. 231

Moffat, A. G.

Norse place-names in Gower (Glamorganshire). 2:95–117. 232

Palnatoki in Wales. 3:163–73. 233

Moltke, Erik. See Marxen, I.

Monsen, Mrs Erling.

Millennary celebrations of the death of Harald Fairhair, 933. 11:100–02. 234

Morley, Claude.

A Norse camp at Brandon, Suffolk. 10:264–66. 235

Morrison, Ian. See Collings, L.

Motz, Lotte.

New thoughts on Völundarkviða. 22:50–68. 236

Þórr’s river crossing. 23:469–87. 237

Nerman, Birger.

The foundation of the Swedish kingdom. 10:113–31. 238

Nordal, Sigurður.

The author of Völuspá. 22:114–30. 239

Three essays on Völuspá. 18:79–135. 240

O’Dell, A. C.

The Norse settlement of North Scotland in its geographical setting. 11:253–59. 241

Olrik, Axel.

Siward digri of Northumberland: A Viking-saga of the Danes in England. 6:212–37. 242

Olsen, Magnus.

A newly discovered inscription in crypt-runes from the Brodgar Circle, Stenness, Orkney. 5:256–61. 243

Olszewska, E. S.

Friend and fellow. 12:272–76. 244

Legal borrowings from Norse in Old and Middle English. 11:233–38. 245

Some English and Norse alliterative phrases. 12:238–45. 246

Types of Norse borrowing in Middle English.11:153–60. 247

Page, R. I.

Dumézil revisited. 20:49–69. 248

‘Lapland sorcerers’. 16:215–32. 249

Some thoughts on Manx runes. 20:179–99. 250

Perkins, Richard.

The dreams of Flóamanna saga. 19:191–238. 251

Rowing chants and the origins of dróttkvæðr háttr. 21:155–221. 252

Steigar-Þórir’s couplet and Steinn Herdísarson II. 22:109–15. 253

Þrymskviða, st. 20, and a passage from Víglundar saga. 22:279–84. 254

Phené, J. S.

A ramble in Iceland. 1:197–218. [Repr. in 23:253–74.] 255

Phillpotts, Bertha.

Temple-administration and chieftainship in pre-christian Norway and Iceland. 8:264–84. 256

Porter, John.

Some aspects of Arons saga Hjörleifssonar. 18:136–66. 257

Price, Neil S.

The Vikings in Brittany. 22:319–440. 258

Quinn, D. B.

The Vinland map. 1. A Viking map of the West? 17:63–72. 259

Quirk, Randolph.

Dasent, Morris and problems of translation. 14:64–77. 260

Rason, Ernest.

Thyra, wife of Gorm the Old, who was she, English or Danish? 8:285–301. 261

Rogers, H. L.

An Icelandic life of Edward the Confessor. 14:249–72. 262

Ross, A. S. C.

‘Jólaköttur’, ‘Yuillis Yald’ and similar expressions. 12:1–18. [Supplementary note, 13:113–14.] 263

Ross, Margaret Clunies. See Clunies Ross, Margaret.

Sandbach, Mary.

Grettir in Thórisdal. 12:93–106. 264

Sandison, A.

Whale-hunting in the Shetlands. 1:42–53. 265

Schach, Paul.

Some observations on ‘Tristrams saga’. 16:102–29. 266

Schütte, Gudmund.

The cult of Nerthus. 8:29–43. 267

A map of Denmark: 1900 years old. 8:53–84. 268

Scott, Forrest S.

Valþjófr jarl: An English earl in Icelandic sources. 14:78–94. 269

Seaton, Ethel.

John Selden in contact with Scandinavia. 12:261–71. 270

Seeberg, Axel.

Five kings. [On Eiríksmál.] 20:106–13. 271

Selby, Alice.

Icelandic journal. Ed. by Arnold Taylor. 19:1–97. 272

Shepard, Jonathan.

Yngvarr’s expedition to the East and a Russian inscribed stone cross. 21:222–92. 273

Shetelig, Haakon.

Manx crosses relating to Great Britain and Norway. 9:253–74. 274

Queen Asa’s sculptors. 10:12–56. 275

Ship burial at Kiloran Bay, Colonsay, Scotland. 5:172–74. 276

Ship burials. 4:326–63. 277

Traces of the custom of suttee in Norway during the Viking
age. 6:180–208. 278

Simpson, Jacqueline.

Advocacy and art in Guðmundar saga dýra. 15:327–45. 279

Mímir: Two myths or one? 16:41–53. 280

A note on the folktale motif of the heads in the well. 16:248–50. 281

A note on the word friðstóll. 14:200–10. 282

Small, Alan.

The distribution of settlement in Shetland and Faroe in Viking
times. 17:145–55. 283

Smith, A. H.

Danes and Norwegians in Yorkshire.10:188–215. 284

The early literary relations of England and Scandinavia. 11:215–32. 285

Early Northern nicknames and surnames. 11:30–60. 286

The sons of Ragnar Lothbrok.11:173–91. 287

Whelter. [Place-name.] 17:61–62. 288

Smith-Dampier, N.

Some Danish ballads. 9:343–54. 289

The Song of Roland in the Faröes and the Ballad of William
Curt-Nose. 11:239–46; 247–49. 290

Smyth, Alfred P.

The black foreigners of York and the white foreigners of Dublin.
19:101–17. 291

Solrún Jensdóttir.

Books owned by ordinary people in Iceland, 1750–1830. 19:264–92. 292

Spence, M

Maeshowe and the Standing Stones, Stenness: Their age and purpose. 3:445–53. 293

Stedman, D.

Some points of resemblance between Beowulf and the Grettla (or Grettis saga). 8:6–28. 294

Stefán Einarsson.

Anti-naturalism, tough composition and punning in skaldic poetry and modern painting. 16:124–43. 295

Steffensen, Jón.

Aspects of life in Iceland in the heathen period. 17:177–205. 296

A fragment of Viking history. [On the ‘dark’ foreigners and
the ‘light’ foreigners.] 18:59–78. 297

Margrétar saga and its history in Iceland.16:273–82. 298

Stewart, James.

The death of Turgesius. 18:47–58. 299

Stoney, C. B.

The English parish before the Norman Conquest. 9:311–32. 300

Storm, A. V.

Early English influence on the Danish church. 7:220–31. 301

Pages of early Danish history from the runic monuments of Sleswick and Jutland. 3:328–47. 302

The revival of old Northern life in Denmark. 2:218–31. 303

Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson.

Northern folksongs. 5:151–71. 304

The royal visit to Iceland (1907). 5:262–65. 305

Swannell, J. N.

William Morris as an interpreter of Old Norse. 15:365–82. 306

Taylor, A. W.

St Bridget of Sweden. 8:85–107. 307

Taylor Alex B.

The Norsemen in St Kilda. 17:116–44. 308

Taylor, Arnold.

Auðunn and the bear. 13:78–96. 309

Icelandic in the English universities. 14:1–11. 310

I-mutation of back vowels in Old Norse. 14:296–302. 311

A source for Hrafnkels saga. 15:130–37. 312

See also Selby, A.

Taylor, H. M.

Notes on pre-Conquest churches in the Danelaw. 15:361–64. 313

Thomas, R. George.

George E. J. Powell, Eiríkr Magnússon and Jón Sigurðsson: A chapter in Icelandic literary history. 14:113–30. 314

Some exceptional women in the sagas.13:307–27. 315

Timmer, B. J.

Northern research in the Netherlands. 14:211–25. 316

Tolkien, Christopher.

The battle of the Goths and Huns. 14:141–63. 317

Townsend, J. A. B.

Index to Saga-Book I–XIV. 14 supplement [327–67]. 318

A memoir of Alfred Johnston by his nephew. 22:457–62. 319

The Viking Society 1892–1967. 17:102–15. 320

The Viking Society: A centenary history. 23:180–212. 321

Tucker, Susan I.

Scandinavica for the eighteenth-century common reader. 16:233–47. 322

Turville-Petre, Gabriel.

The first three hands of the Reykjaholts Máldagi. 12:195–204. 323

‘Liggja fylgjur þínar til Íslands’. 12:119–26. 324

Turville-Petre, Joan.

Beowulf and Grettis saga: An excursion. 19:347–57. 325

The genealogist and history: Ari to Snorri. 20:7–23. 326

Hengest and Horsa. 14:273–90. 327

The metre of Icelandic court poetry. 17:326–51. 328

Runes and the Gothic alphabet. 12:177–94; 209–31. 329

Van Hamel, A. G.

The conception of fate in early Teutonic and Celtic religion. 11:202–14. 330

Gods, skalds and magic. 11:129–52. 331

Vries, Jan de.

Celtic and Germanic religion. 16:109–23. 332

Germanic and Celtic heroic traditions. 16:22–40. 333

Wadstein, Elis.

On the relations between Scandinavians and Frisians in early times. 11:5–25. 334

Wainwright, F. T.

The battles at Corbridge. 13:156–73. 335

Wawn, Andrew.

‘The courtly old Carle’: Sir Henry Holland and nineteenth-century Iceland. 21:54–79. 336

The silk-clad Varangian: Þorleifur Repp and Færeyinga saga. 23:46–72. 337

The spirit of 1892: Sagas, saga-steads and Victorian philology 23:213–52. 338

West, John F.

Beinta og Peder Arrheboe: A case-study in Faroese oral tradition. 21:15–33. 339

Land tenure in a Færoese village. [On Nólsoy.] 18:19–46. 340

Whaley, Diana.

Christian and pagan references in eleventh-century Norse poetry: The case of Arnórr jarlaskáld. 21:34–53. 341

Whistler, C. W.

Brunanburh and Vinheith in Ingulf’s chronicle and Egil’s saga. 6:59–67. 342

Ethandune, 878: King Alfred’s campaign from Athelney. 2:153–97. 343

The saga of Havelok the Dane. 3:395–412. 344

Tradition and folklore in the Quantocks. 5:142–50. 345

Whitelock, Dorothy.

The conversion of the eastern Danelaw. 12:159–76. 346

Scandinavian personal names in the Liber vitae of Thorney Abbey. 12:127–53. 347

The Viking Society jubilee. 12:207–08. 348

Widding, Ole.

Alcuin and the Icelandic law-books. 14:291–95. 349

Wilkinson, Stephen.

Poems from the Færoese of J. H. O. Djurhuus. 12:255–57. 350

Wilson, David M.

Manx memorial stones of the Viking period. 18:1–18. 351

Wood, Michael.

Brunanburh revisited. 20:200–17. 352

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir.

On the Sallust translation in Rómverja saga. 22:263–77. 353

Åhlén, Marit.

On the younger and the youngest runic inscriptions in Sweden. 22:73–79. 354

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BOOK REVIEWS

Reviews were not contained in the first two volumes of Saga-Book, but were included as a regular feature in v. 3–5, after which they were transferred to the Year Book. When that ceased publication in 1932, regular book reviews returned to Saga-Book.

Anonymous texts are usually entered under their editors or translators, as in my previous indexes. Icelanders, where relevant, are entered under their forenames, as in the author index.

Álfrún Gunnlaugsdóttir.

Tristan en el norte. 20:241–44. (Maureen Thomas). 355

Allen, Richard F.

Fire and iron. 18:391–93. (Christine Fell). 356

Almqvist, Bo.

Viking ale. 23:535–37. (Stephen Tranter). 357

Andersen, Øivind, and Hägg, Tomas.

Hellas og Norge. 23:399–413. (Frederic Amory). 358

Andersson, Theodore M.

The legend of Brynhild. 21:108–11. (John Flood). 359

Anwyl, E.

Celtic religion in pre-Christian times. 5:192–93. (A. F. Major). 360

Arbman, Holger.

The Vikings. 15:454–56. (Peter Foote). 361

Argyll-Saxby, C. F.

Edmonston’s Flora of Shetland. 3:488. (F. T. Norris) 362

Arkel-de Leeuw van Weenen, Andrea van

(ed.). Möðruvallabók. 22:487–93. (Peter Robinson). 363

Astley, H. J. D.

Bury St Edmunds. 5:421. (A. F. Major). 364

Atkinson, J. C.

Forty years in a moorland parish. 5:415–16. (W. G. Collingwood). 365

Auden, G. A.

Handbook to York and district. 5:195. (A. F. Major). 366

Baetke, Walter.

Die Isländersaga. 19:320–24. (R. W McTurk). 367

Baldwin, J. H. and Whyte, I. D.

(ed.). The Scandinavians in Cumbria. 22:126–27. (John Hines). 368

Balogh, A. N., and Dezs–, T.

(ed. & tr.). Edda. 22:130–31. (Judith Jesch). 369

Barmby, B. H.

Gísli Súrsson. 3:486. (A. F. Major). 370

Poems. 3:487–88. (A. F. Major). 371

Rosslyn’s raid and other tales. 3:489–90. (A. F. Major). 372

Barnes, Michael.

(ed.). Draumkvæde. 19:329–30. (W. Glyn Jones). 373

Bede, the Venerable.

Ecclesiastical history. (Dent edition.) 3:488. (F. T. Norris). 374

Bekker-Nielsen, Hans.

Old Norse–Icelandic studies. 17:265–66. (Arnold Taylor). 375

Bekker-Nielsen, Hans, et al.

(ed.). Oral tradition, literary tradition. 20:158–60. (Anthony Faulkes). 376

Bekker-Nielsen, Hans, and Widding, Ole.

Arne Magnusson. 16:272. (Peter Foote). 377

Bersu, G., and Wllson, D. M.

Three Viking graves in the Isle of Man. 17:264–65. (P. Gelling). 378

Beveridge, E.

Coll and Tiree. 3:481. (F. T. Norris). 379

Bibliography of Old Norse–Icelandic studies.

1963. 16:268–70. (J. A. B. Townsend). 380

1964. 16:374. (J. A. B. Townsend). 381

1965–74. 19:476–80. (J. A. B. Townsend). 382

Bjarni Einarsson.

(ed.). Ágrip af Nóregskonunga sögum. Fagrskinna: Nóregs
konunga tal. 22:120–21. (Peter Foote). 383

(ed.). Hallfreðar saga. 20:237–38. (Diana Whaley). 384

To skjaldesagaer. 20:238–40. (Paul Bibire). 385

Bjarni Guðnason.

(ed.). Danakonunga sögur. 21:293–96. (Anthony Faulkes). 386

Um Skjöldungasögu. 16:258–61. (Gillian Fellows Jensen). 387

Björkman, Erik.

Nordiska Inflytelser på engelska språket. 5:194. (E. Speight). 388

Scandinavian loan-words in Middle English. 3:482–84. (O. Bray). 389

Björn Þorsteinsson.

Íslenzka skattlandið. 14:321–22. (A. L. Binns). 390

Íslenzka þjóðveldið. 14:136–37. (A. L. Binns). 391

Blaisdell, Foster W., jr.

(ed.). Ívens saga. 20:318–21. (Maureen Thomas). 392

Blöndal, Lárus H.

Om uppruna Sverrissögu. 21:314–15. (Paul Bibire). 393

Blöndal, Sigfús.

Væringjasaga. 14:242–43. (Margaret Benedikz). 394

Boserup, Ivan.

(ed.). Saxostudier. 21:101–06. (Peter Foote). 395

Bouman, A. C.

Observations on the syntax and style of some Icelandic sagas.
15:138–39. (B. J. Timmer). 396

Boyer, Régis.

Les vikings et leur civilisation. 20:152–54. (R. I. Page). 397

Bredsdorff, Thomas.

Kaos og kærlighed. 18:393–96. (Lars Lönnroth). 398

Bryce, James.

Primitive Iceland. 3:126–27. (A. F. Major). 399

Bryggen papers.

Supplementary series, no. 2. 22:470–73. (John Hines). 400

Brøgger, A. W., and Shetelig, H.

The Viking ships. 18:397–98. (D. M. Wilson). 401

Brøndsted, Johannes.

The Vikings.15:454–56. (Peter Foote). 402

Brøndum-Nielsen, Johs.

Gammeldansk grammatik, 4–5. 18:209–11. (A. S. C. Ross). 403

Gammeldansk grammatik, 6–8. 19:467–71. (Michael Barnes). 404

Buchholz, Peter.

Vorzeitkunde. 20:315–17. (Judith Jesch). 405

Bugge, Alexander.

Bidrag til det sidste Afsnit af Nordbœrnes Historie i Irland.
4:475. (Jón Stefánsson). 406

(ed.). Caithréim Cellachain Caisil. 4:473–75. (Eleanor Hull). 407

(ed.). On the Fomorians and the Norseman. 4:473–75. (E. Hull). 408

Vesterlandenes Indflydelse paa Nordbœrnes . . . ydre Kultur.
5:186–87. (A. F. Major) 409

Vikingerne. 4:251–53. (Eiríkr Magnússon). 410

Vikingerne. 2. Samling. 4:470–72. (Eiríkr Magnússon). 411

Burgess, J. J. H.

Some Shetland folk. 1st group. 3:491. (A. F. Major). 412

Byock, Jesse.

Feud in the Icelandic saga. 21:303–05. (Alison Finlay). 413

Medieval Iceland. 22:475–76. (Chris Wickham). 414

(tr.). Saga of the Volsungs. 23:95–98. (Ronald Finch). 415

Cahill, Peter.

(ed.). Duggals leiðsla. 22:131–34. (Ian McDougall). 416

Cameron, Kenneth.

The place-names of Derbyshire.15:144–46. (K. M. Dexter). 417

(Festschrift). Studies in honour of Kenneth Cameron. 22:313–15. (Barrie Cox). 418

Campbell, Alistair.

(ed.). The battle of Brunanburh. 12:205–06. (F. E. Harmer). 419

Campbell, Lord Archibald.

Argyllshire galleys. 5:196. (A. F. Major). 420

Capper, D. P.

The Vikings of Britain. 12:48. (E. S. Olszewska). 421

Chapman, Kenneth G.

Graded readings and exercises in Old Icelandic. 16:375–76.
(Michael Barnes). 422

Christie, Håkon.

Stavekirkene i byggningshistorisk sammenheng. 18:398–99.
(Michael Barnes). 423

Ciklamini, Marlene.

Snorri Sturluson. 20:306–09. (Anthony Faulkes). 424

Clark, W. F.

The story of Shetland. 5:196. (A. F. Major). 425

Clarke, Helen, and Ambrosiani, B.

Towns in the Viking age. 23:387–89. (Neil Price). 426

Clay, Beatrice E.

Stories from the saga of ‘Burnt Njal’. 1. 5:417. (A. F. Major). 427

Clover, Carol J.

The medieval saga. 21:299–303. (Ray Page). 428

Clunies Ross, Margaret.

Skáldskaparmál. 22:290–97. (Rory McTurk). 429

Collingwood, W. G.

Anglian and Anglo-Danish sculpture in the North Riding.
5:410–11. (G. A. Auden). 430

King William the Wanderer. 4:258. (A. F. Major). 431

Cook, Robert, and Tveitane, Mattias.

(ed.). Strengleikar. 20:318–21. (Maureen Thomas). 432

Corpus codicum norvegicorum medii aevi. Quarto series.

4. 18:389. (Michael Barnes). 433

5. 19:488. (Michael Barnes). 434

Cotes, K. D.

Social and imperial life of Britain. 3:128–29. (A. F. Major). 435

Craigie, W. A.

The religion of ancient Scandinavia. 5:192–93. (A. F. Major). 436

Crawford, Barbara.

Scandinavian Scotland. 22:463–68. (David Dumville). 437

Cucina, Carls.

Il tema del viaggio nelle iscrizione runiche. 23:394–96.
(Christopher Jackson). 438

Dal, Erik.

Danish ballads and folk songs. 17:273–74. (W. Glyn Jones). 439

Nordisk folkeviseforskning siden 1800. 14:321. (Peter Foote). 440

Danielsson, Tommy.

Om den isländska släktsagans uppbyggnad. 22:301–03. (David Evans). 441

Dasent, Sir George W.

Popular tales from the Norse. Cheap ed. 5:421. (A. F. Major). 442

Popular tales from the Norse. New ed. 3:489. (A. F. Major). 443

Davidson, H. R. Ellis.

The sword in Anglo-Saxon England. 16:102–03. (John Dodgson). 444

The Viking road to Byzantium. 19:485–88. (Richard Perkins). 445

Derry, T. K.

A short history of Norway.14:318–20. (G. M. Gathorne-Hardy). 446

Dickins, Bruce.

(Festschrift). The Anglo-Saxons. 15:451–52. (Peter Foote). 447

Dietrichson, Lorentz

Monumenta orcadica. 5:185–86. (A. W. Johnston). 448

Dodgson, John McN.

The place-names of Cheshire. 18:201–06. (Gillian Fellows Jensen). 449

Dolley, R. H. M.

Viking coins of the Danelaw and of Dublin. 16:378–79. (H. R. Loyn). 450

Drever, W. P.

Udal law and the foreshore. 4:254–55. (A. W. Johnston). 451

Dronke, Ursula.

(ed.). The Poetic Edda. 1. 19:332–37. (Hermann Pálsson). 452

Dudo.

Normandiets historie. Tr. Erling Albrectsen. 21:119–22. (Kirsten Williams). 453

Dumézil. Georges.

Mythes et dieux des Germains. / Loki. / La saga de Hadingus.
14:131–34. (G. Turville-Petre). 454

L’oubli de l’homme et l’honneur des dieux. 22:141. (Desmond Slay). 455

Dunbar, Sir A. A.

Scottish kings. 5:195. (A. W. Johnston). 456

Dunlap, M. P.

Viking knights. 11:111–12. 457

Düwel, Klaus, and Beck, Heinrich.

(ed.). Andreas Heusler an Wilhelm Ranisch: Briefe. 23:91–93. (Beatrice La Farge). 458

Einar G. Pétursson.

Miðaldarævintýri, þýdd úr ensku. 20:156–58. (Maureen Thomas). 459

Einar Ól. Sveinsson.

Íslenzkar bókmenntir í fornöld. 16:251–58. (G. Turville-Petre). 460

Löng er för. 20:138–42. (G. Turville-Petre). 461

Njáls saga. 18:391–93. (Christine Fell). 462

Ekwall, Eilert.

The concise Oxford dictionary of place-names. 11:293–94. (Jón Stefánsson). 463

Eldjárn, Kristján.

Hundrað ár í Þjóðminjasafni. 16:95–96. (Peter Foote). 464

Engster, Hermann. See no. 749

Ethelberg, Per.

Hjemsted. 22:310–13. (John Hines). 465

Evans, David.

(ed.). Hávamál. 22:127–30. (Carolyne Larrington). 466

Falck, Waldemar.

Arkeologi på Gotland. 21:125. (James Graham-Campbell). 467

Faraday, Winifred.

Edda. 1. 3:127–28. (A. F. Major). 468

Edda. 2. 3:285. (A. F. Major). 469

Farrell, R. T.

(ed.). The Vikings. 21:308–11. (R. I. Page). 470

Faulkes, Anthony.

(tr.). Edda / Snorri Sturluson. 22:290–97. (Rory McTurk). 471

(ed.). Edda: Prologue and Gylfaginning. 21:296–99. (Margaret
Clunies Ross). 472

(ed.). Háttatal. 23:504–05. (Guðrún Nordal). 473

Fell, Christine.

(ed. & tr.). Egils saga. 19:464–67. (John McKinnell). 474

Fellows Jensen, Gillian.

(ed.). Hemings þáttr Áslákssonar. 16:264–65. (A. R. Taylor). 475

Scandinavian personal names in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.
17:356–60. (John Dodgson). 476

Scandinavian settlement names in the East Midlands. 20:325–28.
(A. M. J. Perrott). 477

Scandinavian settlement names in Yorkshire. 19:339–43. (J. Dodgson). 478

Fidjestøl, Bjarne.

Sólarljóð. 21:111–14. (M. Clunies Ross). 479

Fischer, J.

The discoveries of the Norsemen in America. 3:283–84. (A. F. Major). 480

Flom, G. T.

(ed.). The Old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing. 12:250. (Dorothy Whitelock). 481

Foote, Peter.

Aurvandilstá. 22:119–20. (Christine Fell). 482

French, Allen.

Heroes of Iceland. 4:476–77. (A. F. Major). 483

Friis-Jensen, K.

(ed.). Saxo Grammaticus. 21:101–06. (Peter Foote). 484

Fróðskaparrit.

18. 18:375–76. (R. M. Perkins). 485

Gad, Finn.

History of Greenland. 1. 18:211–l9. (David B. Quinn). 486

History of Greenland. 2. 19:319–20. (Richard Perkins). 487

Gathorne-Hardy, G. M.

A royal impostor. 14:323–26. (Ursula Dronke). 488

Geipel, John.

The Viking legacy.18:381–83. (Michael Barnes). 489

Gippert, Stefan, et al.

Studienbibliographie zur älteren Skandinavistik. 23:537–39.
(J. A. B. Townsend). 490

Gísli Sigurðsson.

Gaelic influence in Iceland. 22:468–70. (Michael Chesnutt). 491

Gjerløw, Lilli.

Adoratio crucis. 16:98–99. (J. E. Cross). 492

(ed.). Liturgica islandica. 21:115–17. (John Tucker). 493

Glauser, Jürg.

Isländische Märchensagas. 21:305–07. (Judith Jesch). 494

Glendinning, Robert, and Haraldur Bessason.

(ed.). Edda. 21:307–08. (Margaret Clunies Ross). 495

Goodrich-Freer, A.

Outer isles. 3:284–85. (A. F. Major). 496

Gordon, E. V.

An introduction to Old Norse. 2nd ed. 15:143–44. (G. N. Garmonsway). 497

Gosse, Philip.

History of piracy. 11:107. (E. Lynam). 498

Goudie, Gilbert.

The Celtic and Scandinavian antiquities of Shetland. 4:248–50.
(A. W. Johnston). 499

Grímnir.

1. 21:126–31. (Sverrir Tómasson). 500

Gripla.

2–3. 20:313–15. (Judith Jesch). 501

Grønlands historiske mindesmærker.

1–3. 20:155–56. (Richard Perkins). 502

Guðbrandur Vigfússon and Powell, F. York.

(ed.). Origines islandicae. 4:415–67. (Eiríkr Magnússon). 503

Gunneng, Hedda, and Strand, Birgit.

(ed.). Kvinnans ekonomiska ställning under nordisk medeltid.
21:122–23. (Judith Jesch). 504

Gustafson, Gabriel.

Norges oldtid. 5:189–90. (A. F. Major). 505

Hall, R. A.

(ed.). Viking age York and the North. 20:310–11. (Helen Clarke). 506

Hallberg, Peter.

The Icelandic saga. 16:100–01. (G. Turville-Petre). 507

Halldór Halldórsson.

Íslenzk orðtök. / …rlög orðanna. 15:141–42. (Peter Foote). 508

Hastrup, Kirsten.

Culture and history in medieval Iceland. 22:121–26. (A. Faulkes). 509

Haugen, Einar.

The Scandinavian languages. 20:142–45. (Gun Widmark). 510

Heggstad, Leiv, et al.

Norrøn ordbok. 19:483. (Michael Barnes). 511

Hermann Pálsson.

Heimur Hávamála. 23:414–16. (David Evans). 512

Mannfræði Hrafnkels sögu og frumþættir. 22:483–85. (Andrew Wawn). 513

Sagnaskemmtun Íslendinga. 16:261–64. (Hans Bekker-Nielsen). 514

Hermann Pálsson and Edwards, Paul.

(tr.). Arrow-Odd. / Hrolf Gautreksson. 18:396–97. (Michael Barnes). 515

(tr.). Gautreks saga.17:272–73. (Michael Barnes). 516

(tr.). Magnus saga. / Knytlinga saga. 22:303–06. (A. Finlay). 517

(tr.). Orkneyinga saga. 20:236–37. (Paul Bibire). 518

(tr.). Vikings in Russia. 23:99–105. (Robert Cook). 519

Hieatt, Constance B.

(tr.). Karlamagnus saga. 19:325–28. (Annette Godefroit). 520

Hjaltland miscellany.

1–2. 12:50–51. (H.). 521

Hofmann, Dietrich.

Nordisch–englische Lehnbeziehungen der Wikingerzeit.
14:240–42. (Alistair Campbell). 522

Holand, H. R.

The Kensington stone. 11:107–11. (E. Lynam). 523

Holland, Henry.

Icelandic journal. Ed. Andrew Wawn. 22:316–17. (John West). 524

Hollander, Lee M.

Old Norse poems. 11:282. (E. S. Olszewska). 525

(tr.). The Poetic Edda. 16:97. (Ursula Dronke). 526

Holm-Olsen, Ludvig. See no. 750.

Holm-Olsen, Ludvig, and Heggelund, Kjell.

Norges litteraturhistorie. 1. 20:137–38. (G. Turville-Petre). 527

Holtsmark, Anne.

Studier i Snorres mytologi. 16:372–74. (G. Turville-Petre). 528

Holzapfel, Otto.

(ed.). The European medieval ballad. 20:322–24. (P. J. Frankis). 529

Howard, Newman.

Kiartan the Icelander. 3:127. (A. F. Major). 530

Hreinn Benediktsson.

(ed.). The Nordic languages and modern linguistics, 1969.
18:378–81. (Paul Bibire). 531

Hull, Eleanor.

A textbook of Irish literature. 5:190–92. (C. W. Whistler). 532

Hunt, Alfred.

Brunanburh, a.d. 937. 5:193–94. (A. F. Major). 533

Huyshe, W.

(tr.). Beowulf. 5:414–15. (A. F. Major). 534

Ibsen, Henrik.

Brand. Tr. G. M. Gathorne-Hardy. 17:96–97. (Ronald Popperwell). 535

Ingstad, Anne Stine.

The discovery of a Norse settlement in America. 20:218–22.
(James Graham-Campbell). 536

Ingstad, Helge.

Westward to Vinland. 18:211–19. (David Quinn). 537

Íslenzk fornrit.

2, 4, 5. 11:287–90. (G. Turville-Petre). 538

7. 12:45–46. (G. Turville-Petre). 539

12. 14:244–47. (G. Turville-Petre). 540

Jacobsen, M. A., and Matras, Christian.

Føroysk-donsk orðabók. 15:457–58. (Peter Foote). 541

Jacobsen, Jakob.

Diplomatarium færoense. 1. 5:418–19. (W. G. Collingwood). 542

Jansson, Sven B. F.

The runes of Sweden. 16:101–02. (Ray Page). 543

Jensen, Helle. See no. 751.

Jiriczek, O. L.

Northern hero legends. 3:286–87. (A. F. Major). 544

Johannesson, Kurt.

Saxo Grammaticus. 21:101–06. (Peter Foote). 545

Johnsen, Arne Odd.

De norske Cistercienserklostre 1146–1264. 20:241. (John Simpson). 546

Johnston, George.

(tr.). The saga of Gísli. l6:265–68. (I. L. Gordon). 547

Johnston, J. B.

The place-names of Scotland. 3:481–82. (A. F. Major). 548

Jón Jóhannesson.

A history of the old Icelandic commonwealth. 19:318–19.
(Richard Perkins). 549

Jón Hilmar Jónsson.

Das Partizip Perfekt der schwachen ja-Verben. 21:117–18. (Paul Bibire). 550

Jónas Kristjánsson.

Eddas and sagas. 22:481–83. (David Evans). 551

(ed.). Svarfdæla saga.17:268–69. (Richard Perkins). 552

Jones, Gwyn.

Background to Dylan Thomas. 23:517–18. (Desmond Slay). 553

Egill Skallagrímsson in England. 14:135. (Peter Foote). 554

(tr.). Egil’s saga. 15:456–57. (Peter Foote). 555

(tr.). Eirík the Red and other sagas. 16:99–100. (A. P. Pearson). 556

A history of the Vikings. 18:200–01. (A. R. Taylor). 557

Kings, beasts and heroes. 18:390–91. (W. Manhire). 558

Jón Skaptason and Pulsiano, Phillip. See no. 752.

Kalinke, Marianne E.

King Arthur North by North-West. 21:315–17. (Geraldine Barnes). 559

(ed.). Möttuls saga. [With Le lai du cort mantel, ed. Philip
E. Bennett]. 23:93–94. (Jane Dale). 560

Karras, Ruth Mazo.

Slavery and society in medieval Scandinavia. 22:473–75. (P. Foote). 561

Kaspersen, Søren, et al.

(ed.). Dansk litteratur historie. 1. 22:116–19. (Judith Jesch). 562

Kauffmann, D. F.

Northern mythology. 3:485–86. (A. F. Major). 563

Kelchner, G. D.

Dreams in Old Norse literature. 11:194–95. 564

Kellett, E. E.

The passing of Scyld and other poems. 3:285–86. (A. F. Major). 565

Ker, W. P.

Sturla the historian. 5:194. (A. F. Major). 566

Kermode, P. M. C.

Manx crosses. 5:406–09. (W. G. Collingwood). 567

Traces of Norse mythology in the Isle of Man. 4:257–58. (A. F. Major). 568

Kinvig, R. H.

A history of the Isle of Man. 13:284. (Randolph Quirk). 569

Kirby, I. J.

Bible translations in Old Norse. 22:307–10. (Beatrice La Farge). 570

Kirby, W. F.

Kalevala: a translation. 5:413–14. (F. P. Marchant). 571

Kneen, J. J.

Personal names of the Isle of Man. 12:46–48. (W. Cubbon). 572

Krachkovskii, I.

Puteshestvie Ibn-Fadlana na Volgu. 12:279–80. (A. S. C. Ross). 573

Krag, Klaus.

Ynglingatal og Ynglingesaga. 23:511–15. (Diana Whaley). 574

Kroman, Erik.

Det danske rige i den ældre vikingetid. 20:230–31. (L. Demidoff). 575

Körner, Sten.

The Battle of Hastings. 17:93–95. (Peter King). 576

Lang, James.

Corpus of Anglo-Saxon stone sculpture. 3. 23:499–504. (John Hines). 577

Larson, L.M.

The earliest Norwegian laws. 11:290–93. (A. W. Johnston). 578

Leeds, E. T.

Celtic ornament in the British Isles down to a.d. 700. 11:115.
(T. D. Kendrick). 579

Leeds Studies in English.

1–5. 12:49–50. (E. S. Olszewska). 580

Liberman, Anatoly. See no. 753.

Liestøl, Aslak.

(ed.). Norges innskrifter med de yngre runer. 6, i. 20:305–06.
(Paul Bibire). 581

Lindow, John, et al.

(ed.). Structure and meaning in Old Norse literature. 22:297–301. (Andrew Wawn). 582

Lindroth, H.

Iceland. 12:156–57. (C. G. Thornton). 583

Lockwood, W. B.

An introduction to modern Faroese. 14:243–44. (F. Norman). 584

Logan, F. D.

The Vikings in history. 21:311–13. (Rory McTurk). 585

London medieval studies.

I, i. 12:51. (E .S. Olszewska). 586

Lorenz, G.

(ed. & tr.). Gylfaginning. 22:290–97. (Rory McTurk). 587

Louis-Jensen, Jonna.

Kongesagastudier. 20:227–28. (A. R. Taylor). 588

Lowerison, H.

From paleolith to motor car. 4:477. (A. F. Major). 589

Lúðvík Ingvarsson.

Goðorð og goðorðsmenn. 23:87–90. (John Kennedy). 590

Lúðvík Kristjánsson.

Íslenzkir sjávarhættir. 1–2. 21:124. (J. Cosser). 591

Lundström, Per.

De kommo vida . . . 21:126. (Helen Clarke). 592

Lönnroth, Lars.

Njáls saga: a critical introduction. 20:145–50. (Rory McTurk). 593

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McGrail, Sean, and McKee, Eric.

The building and trials of . . . the Gokstad færing. 19:330–32.
(Alan Binns). 594

Machan, T. W.

(ed.). Vafþrúðnismál. 23:90–91. (David Parsons). 595

McKinnell, John.

(tr.). Víga-Glúms saga. 22:303–06. (Alison Finlay). 596

McTurk, Rory.

Studies in Ragnars saga loðbrókar. 23:515–17. (Chris Wickham). 597

McTurk, Rory, and Wawn, Andrew.

(ed.). Úr Dölum til Dala. 23:523–29. (Robert Kellogg). 598

Magnussen, J., et al.

Danish-English dictionary. 4th ed. / English-Danish dictionary.
5th ed. 12:49. (A. S. C. Ross). 599

Magnusson, Magnus, and Hermann Pálsson.

(tr.). King Harald’s saga. 17:95–96. (Michael Barnes). 600

Major, A. F., and Speight, E. E.

Stories from the Northern sagas. 4:478. (Jón Stefánson). 601

Malone, Kemp.

(ed.). Widsith. 11:297–98. (A. Campbell). 602

Manguin, André.

Au temps des vikings. 13:49–50. (J. Turville-Petre). 603

Manson, T. M. Y. See no. 754.

Margrét Hermanns-Auðardóttir.

Íslands tidiga bosättning. 23:84–87. (Guðrún Sveinbjarnardóttir). 604

Marstrander. C. J. S.

Det norske Landnåm på Man. 11:192–93. (Eleanor Hull). 605

Marwick, Hugh.

The place-names of Birsay. 18:208–09. (Peter Foote). 606

Matthías Jochumsson.

Gísli Súrsson. 3:487. (Jón Stefánsson). 607

Mediaeval Scandinavia.

1. 17:352–54. (Anthony Faulkes). 608

3. 18:376–78. (Peter King). 609

Meulengracht Sørensen, Preben.

Saga og samfund. 20:154. (J. Cosser). 610

See also no. 755.

Mills, Stella M.

(tr.). The saga of Hrolf kraki. 11:294–95. (A. C. Cawley). 611

Minorsky, V.

(tr.). Hudu–d Al-’A: lam, ‘The regions of the world’. 12:247–49.
(A. S. C. Ross). 612

(tr.). Sharaf Al-Zama–n Ta–hir Marvazi on China, the Turks and
India. 12:249–50. (A. S. C. Ross). 613

Monsen, Erling.

(ed. & tr.). Heimskringla. 11:105–07. (Bruce Dickins). 614

Morris, Christopher, et al.

The Birsay Bay project. 1. 23:108–09. (Guðrún Sveinbjarnardóttir). 615

Morris, William, and Eiríkr Magnússon.

(tr.). The saga library. 4:468–70. (A. F. Major). 616

Mowat, J.

Old Caithness maps and mapmakers. 12:51. (A. W. Johnston). 617

Munch, P. A.

Norrøne gude- og heltesagn. Rev. utg. 17:354-56. (A. Faulkes). 618

Mundal, Else.

(ed.). Sagadebatt. 20:240–41. (Hermann Pálsson). 619

Müller, Sophus.

Nationalmuseet 100 Aar efter Grundlæggelsen. 5:418.
(A. F. Major). 620

Nahl, Astrid van.

Originale ridddarasögur als Teil altnordischer Sagaliteratur.
21:114–15. (Geraldine Barnes). 621

Nicolson, J.

Tales of Thule. 4:480. (A. F. Major). 622

Nordal, Sigurður.

Bishop Guðbrand’s Vísnabók, 1612. 12:44–45. (E. S. Olszewska). 623

Íslenzk menning.12:277–78. 624

NOWELE. See no. 756

Nyberg, Tove, et al.

(ed.). Knuds-bogen, 1986. 22:306. (Kirsten Williams). 625

Nørlund, Poul.

Viking settlers in Greenland. 12:43. (Bruce Dickins). 626

Ólafía Einarsdóttir.

Studier i kronologisk metode i tidlig islandsk historie-skrivning.
16:376–78. (A. R. Taylor). 627

Ólafur Halldórsson.

Grænland í miðaldaritum. 20:222–27. (J. Cosser). 628

Ollason, T. P.

Spindrift. 5:196. (A. F. Major). 629

Olsen, Olaf, and Schmidt, Holger.

Fyrkat. 1. 20:309–10. (Helen Clarke). 630

Orkney and Shetland old-lore.

1–4. 5:419. (A. F. Major). 631

Óskar Halldórsson.

Uppruni og þema Hrafnkels sögu. 20:150–51. (Sverrir Tómasson). 632

Payne, J. F.

English medicine in Anglo-Saxon times. 4:255–56. (C. W. Whistler). 633

Petersen, Poul.

Ein føroysk bygd. 17:360–62. (John West). 634

Peterson, Lena.

Svenskt runordsregister. 23:107–08. (Jane Dale). 635

Phibbs, I. M.

The grand duchy of Finland. 3:491. (A. F. Major). 636

Phillpotts, Bertha.

Edda and saga. 11:113–14. (Edith Batho). 637

Poole, Russell G.

Viking poems on war and peace. 23:506–10. (Diana Whaley). 638

Press, Muriel A. C.

(tr.). Laxdæla saga. 3:288. (A. F. Major). 639

Proctor, Robert.

(tr.). The story of the Laxdalers. 3:489. (A. F. Major). 640

Rands, W. B.

The young Norseman. 5:420–21. (A. F. Major). 641

Ranke, Friedrich.

Altnordisches Elementarbuch. Rev. by Dietrich Hofmann.
17:266–67. (Michael Barnes). 642

Rathgen, F.

The preservation of antiquities. 4:479. (A. F. Major). 643

Ravndal, G. B.

Stories of the East-Vikings. 12:246–67. (A. S. C. Ross). 644

Rink, Henrik.

Tales and traditions of the eskimos. / Danish Greenland.
19:480–82. (J. A. B. Townsend). 645

Rischel, J.

(ed.) Lucas Debes: Færøernes beskrivelse. 16:271. (Peter Foote). 646

Roesdahl, Else.

Fyrkat. 2. 20:309–10. (Helen Clarke). 647

Viking Age Denmark. 21:124-25. (Stewart Oakley). 648

The Vikings. 23:385–86. (K. L. Maund). 649

Röhn, Hartmut.

Untersuchungen zur Zeitgestaltung und Komposition der Islendingasögur. 20:160–63. (John McKinnell). 650

Ross, A. S. C.

The Terfinnas and Beormas of Ohthere. 13:48. (Ursula Dronke). 651

Runor och runinskrifter.

(Symposium, 8–11 Sept. 1985). 22:470–73. (John Hines). 652

Rydberg, Viktor.

Singoalla. Tr. by Joseph Fredbärj. 4:256–57. (A. F. Major). 653

Samson, Ross.

(ed.) Social approches to Viking Studies 23:390–91 (Colleen Batey) 654

Sandbach, F. E.

The Nibelungenlied and Gudrun in England and America. 4:259.
(A. F. Major). 655

Sandnes, Jørn, et al.

(ed.). Norsk stadnamnleksikon. 20:228–30. (Urs Wagner). 656

Sawyer, Birgit.

Kvinnor och familj i det forn- och medeltida Skandinavien.
23:499. (Bridget Morris). 657

Property and inheritance in Viking Scandinavia. 22:470–73. (John Hines). 658

Sawyer, Birgit, et al.

(ed.). The Christianization of Scandinavia. 22:306–07.
(Christopher Jackson). 659

Sawyer, Peter.

The age of the Vikings. 16:103–08. (David Wilson). 660

The age of the Vikings. 2nd ed. 18:403–09. (Else Roesdahl). 661

Kings and Vikings. 21:311–13. (Rory McTurk). 662

När Sverige blev Sverige. 23:391–94. (John Hines). 663

(Festschrift). People and places in northern Europe. 23:529–35.
(R. I. Page). 664

Saxo Grammaticus.

History of the Danes.1–9. Ed. & tr. by H. E. Davidson and Peter
Fisher. / 10–16. Ed. and tr. by Eric Christiansen. 21:101–06.
(Peter Foote). 665

Schach, Paul.

(tr.). The saga of Tristram and Ísönd. 19:337–39. (G. Barnes). 666

Schlauch, Margaret.

Romance in Iceland. 11:193–94. 667

Schütte, Gudmund.

Gotthiod und Utgard. 11:282–84. (E. S. Olszewska). 668

Oldsagn om Godtjod. 5:411–12. (A. F. Major). 669

Our forefathers, the Gothonic nations. 11:103–05. (M. S. S.) 670

Sigfrid und Brünhild.11:285–87. (G. Turville-Petre). 671

Das südjütische Dänentum. 12:44. (J. A. W. Bennett). 672

Scragg, Donald.

(ed.). The battle of Maldon, 991. 23:380–84. (Rory McTurk). 673

Seaton, Ethel.

Literary relations of England and Scandinavia in the 17th century.
11:295–97. (J. A. W. Bennett). 674

See, Klaus von.

Germanische Heldensage.18:383–87. (R. G. Finch). 675

Die Gestalt der Hávamál. 18:387–89. (G. Turville-Petre). 676

Skaldendichtung. 20:321–22. (Diana Whaley). 677

See also no. 757.

Seelow Hubert.

(ed. & tr.). Die Saga von Grettir.19:324–25. (John Flood). 678

Shetelig, Haakon.

The cruciform brooches of Norway. 5:188–89. (H. J. D. Astley). 679

Shetelig, Haakon, and Falk, H.

Scandinavian archaeology.12:252–53. (A. S. C. Ross). 680

Shetland

An angler’s guide. 4:260. (A. W. Johnston). 681

Simek, Rudolf.

Altnordische Kosmographie. 23:396–99. (Anthony Faulkes). 682

Simek, Rudolf, and Hermann Pálsson.

Lexikon der altnordischen Literatur. 22:477–78. (H. O’Donoghue). 683

Simpson, Jacqueline.

Everyday life in the Viking age. 17:269–70. (R. M. Perkins). 684

The Northmen talk. 17:270–72. (John Porter). 685

Size, Nicholas.

Ola the Russian. 11:114. (E. Lynam). 686

Skaare, Kolbjørn.

Coins and coinage in Viking-age Norway. 20:235. (D. M. Metcalf). 687

Slay, Desmond.

(ed.). Hrólfs saga kraka. / The manuscripts of Hrólfs saga kraka.
15:458–59. (Ursula Dronke). 688

Smith, A. Hugh.

English place-name elements. 14:317–18. A. R. Taylor). 689

(Festschrift). Early English and Norse studies. 16:94–95.
(Raymond Page). 690

Smith, C. M.

Northmen of adventure. 11:112–13. (T. D. Kendrick). 691

Smith, John.

The church in Orkney. 5:420. (A. Goodfellow). 692

Smith-Dampier, E. M.

Sigurd the dragon-slayer. 11:290. (G. Turville-Petre). 693

Smyth, Alfred P.

Scandinavian kings in the British Isles. 20:231–34. (Rory McTurk). 694

Scandinavian York and Dublin. 1. 19:471–74. (Rory McTurk). 695

Speight, E. E.

Children of Odin. 3:490–91. (A. F. Major). 696

Speight, E. E., and Nance, R. M.

Britain’s sea-story. 4:478–79. (A. F. Major). 697

Squire, Charles.

The mythology of ancient Britain and Ireland 5:192–93. (A. Major)

Stefán Einarsson.

A history of Icelandic literature. 15:140–41. (Peter Foote). 699

Saga Eiríks Magnússonar. 11:195. (Jón Stefánsson). 700

Stenberger, M.

Sten brons järn. 18:206–07. (James Graham-Campbell). 701

Stenton, F. M.

Anglo-Saxon England. 12:278–79. (E. S. Olszewska). 702

Stevens, H. N.

Lewis Evans, his map of the Middle British colonies in America.
4:260. (A. F. Major). 703

Strand, Birgit.

Kvinnor och män i Gesta Danorum. 21:101–06. (Peter Foote). 704

Strömbäck, Dag.

Tidrande och diserna. 14:137–39. (G. Turville-Petre). 705

Svabo, J. C.

Dictionarium færoense. 19:483–85. (Richard Perkins). 706

Svanström, Ragnar, and Palmstierna, C.-F.

A short history of Sweden. 11:196. (Jón Stefánsson). 707

Sveinbjörn Rafnsson.

Studier i Landnámabók. 19:311–18. (Jakob Benediktsson). 708

Sverrir Holmarsson et al.

Concise Icelandic-English dictionary. 23:105–07. (David Evans). 709

Sverrir Tómasson.

Formálar íslenskra sagnaritara á miðöldum. 22:485–86. (A. Faulkes). 710

Sølver, Carl V.

Vestervejen. 14:135–36. (Peter Foote). 711

Taylor, Alex B.

(tr.). Orkneyinga saga. 12:154–56. (G. Turville-Petre). 712

Taylor, Paul B., and Auden, W. H.

(tr.). The Elder Edda: a selection. 18:207–08. (A. P. Pearson). 713

Teilgård Laugesen, Anker.

Introduktion til Saxo. 21:101–06. (Peter Foote). 714

Thomson, A.

Lauder and Lauderdale. 3:492. (F. T. Norris). 715

Togan, A. Zeki Validi.

Ibn Fadlan’s Reisebericht. 12:279–80. (A. S. C. Ross). 716

Trotter, R. de B.

Galloway gossip. 3:124–26. 717

Tucker, John.

(ed.). Sagas of Icelanders. 22:478–81. (S. B. Tranter). 718

Turville-Petre, Gabriel.

Scaldic poetry. 19:458–64. (Paul Bibire). 719

(Festschrift). Speculum norrœnum. 21:106–08. (Ian and David McDougall). 720

Uecker, Heiko.

(ed.). Die Wiener Psalter. 21:115–17. (John Tucker). 721

Undhagen, C.-G.

(ed.). Sancta Birgitta Revelaciones. 1. 20:311–13. (Roger Ellis). 722

University College London. Communication Research Centre.

Aspects of translation. 15:143. (Peter Foote). 723

Ureland, P. S., and Clarkson, Iain.

(ed.). Scandinavian language contacts. 22:134–41. (M. P. Barnes). 724

Vésteinn Ólason.

The traditional ballads of Iceland. 21:313–14. (J. Turville-Petre). 725

Vignaud, Henry.

The letter and chart of Toscanelli on the route to the Indies.
3:288–89. (A. F. Major). 726

Vries, Jan de.

Kelten und Germanen. 15:452–54. (A. Campbell). 727

Wagner, Félix.

(tr.). La saga de Fridthjof le fort. 4:253–54. (W. G. Collingwood). 728

Wall pictures for history lessons.

1st series. 4:479–80. (A. F. Major). 729

Wallace-Hadrill, J. M.

The Vikings in Francia. 19:474–76. (Rory McTurk). 730

Wawn, Andrew

The Anglo man. 23:518–22. (Gary L. Aho). 731

Weber, Gerd W.

Die Literatur des Nordens. 20:325. (P. J. Frankis). 732

West, John F.

Faroe, the emergence of a nation. 18:399–402. (Michael Barnes). 733

Willson, Beckly.

Lost England. 3:289. (F. T. Norris). 734

Wilson, David M., and Klindt-Jensen, Ole.

Viking art. 17:90–93. (Alan Binns). 735

Winkler, Maria.

Isländersagas und ihre †bersetzungen. 23:94–95. (Keneva Kunz). 736

Wood, F. H.

Karen. 3:492. (A. F. Major). 737

Wood-Martin, W. G.

Traces of the elder faiths of Ireland. 3:282–83. (F. T. Norris). 738

Worsfold, T. C.

The French Stonehenge. 3:289. (F. T. Norris). 739

Wright, C. E.

The cultivation of saga in Anglo-Saxon England. 12:250–52.
(Dorothy Whitelock). 740

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SHORT NOTICES

Short notices of the following books and periodicals, all unsigned, were printed in 11:299–300:

Halldór Hermannsson.

The sagas of Icelanders: a supplement. 741

Huld.

1–2. 742

Nordmanns forbundet.

June 1936. 743

Norge Canada.

2, iii. 744

Sigurur Bjarnason.

Hjálmar og Ingibjörg. 745

Svensk tidskrift.

1936. 746

Vigfús Guðmundsson.

®vi Hallgríms Péturssonar. 747

Whitby, Charles.

Olaf and Hakon. 748

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ADDENDA

Somehow, the reviews that were contained in v. 22:1 have disappeared from the index. I did not discover this until the complete text had been entered on the disc, so, had I inserted them in their correct places, it would have meant an enormous amount of revision, especially in the subject index. I have, therefore, decided to place them in a separate ‘addenda’ section, with apologies for the oversight. As the entries all refer to the same volume, I have abbreviated the references to a statement of the pagination only.

Engster, Hermann.

Poesie einer Achsenzeit. 93–95. (Russell Poole). 749

Holm-Olsen, Ludvig.

(Festschrift). Festskrift til Ludvig Holm-Olsen på hans 70-årsdag.
87–88. (Judith Jesch). 750

Jensen, Helle.

(ed.). Eiríks saga víðförla. 93. (David & Ian McDougall). 751

Jón Skaptason and Pulsiano, Phillip.

(ed. & tr.). Bárðar saga. 92. (Jeffrey Cosser). 752

Liberman, Anatoly.

Germanic accentology. 1. 89–91. (Michael Barnes). 753

Manson, T. M. Y.

(Festschrift). Essays in Shetland history. 85–87. (John West). 754

Meulengracht Sørensen, Preben.

The unmanly man. 91–92. (Margaret Clunies Ross). 755

NOWELE.

1–4. 88–89. (Paul Bibire). 756

See, Klaus von.

Edda, Saga, Skaldendichtung. 83–85. (Russell Poole). 757

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SUBJECT INDEX

I have given articles and reviews a continuous sequence of numbers. Articles occupy nos 1–354 and reviews 355–757. To save users having to hold these sequences in their heads, however, I have distinguished reviews from articles by appending the letter R to them in this index.

Accentology 753R

Agriculture 7, 634R

Ágrip 383R

Aki O˜rlungatrausti 213

Alcuin 349

Al-Ghazal 2

Alvíssmál 230

America, colonies in 703R

America, early history and discovery of 229, 480R, 536–37R, 726R, 744R

Angling 681R

Anthropology 51, 132

Archaeology 6, 64–65, 68, 77, 105, 124, 131, 135, 153, 161, 178, 191, 200, 203, 235, 293, 351, 378R, 400R, 448R, 465R, 467R, 499R, 505R, 536R, 604R, 615R, 630R, 647R, 701R, 739R

Architecture 423R

Argyllshire 35, 420R

Árni Magnússon 18, 377R

Arnórr jarlaskáld 341

Arons saga Hjörleifssonar 257

Art history 1, 5, 23, 68, 130, 148, 185, 220, 275, 430R, 567R, 579R, 735R

Arthur, king of Britain 60, 559R

Ása, queen of Norway 275

Athelstan, king of England 60

Atlakviða 79

Auðunn 309

Ballads 13, 93, 289, 439R, 529R, 693R, 725R

Bárðar saga Snæfellsáss 752R

Bede 374R

Beinta og Peder Arrheboe 339

Belsheim, Johannes 188

Beowulf 78, 82, 95, 294, 534R

Bergen 400R

Bergr Sokkason 97

Bible 570R

Bibliographies 375R, 380–82R, 405R, 490R, 741R

s. Birgitta 722R

Birsay 606R, 615R

Bjarnar saga Hítdœlakappa 104, 142

Björn at Haugi 169

"Blood-Eagle" 25–26, 114–15

Boar’s head dinner 30

Botany 15, 362R

Brandon, Suffolk 235

Britain, Vikings in 421R

Brittany, Vikings in 258

Brooches 178

Brunanburh, Battle of 75, 342, 352, 419R, 533R

Brynhild 102, 359R

Bury St Edmunds 364R

Caithness 617R

Cambridgeshire 66,136

Camps 203, 235

Cartography 617R

Celts 727R

Charlemagne, emperor of the Franks 147

Chaucer, Geoffrey 70

Chronology 627R

Church history 86, 187, 192, 199, 300–01, 313, 346, 692R

Cistercians 546R

Claughton Hall, Lancs 178

Clyde 35

Coll 379R

Colonsay, 276

Columbus, Christopher 726R

Conservation 643R

Corbridge 335

Costumes 41

Crosses 185, 273–74, 567R

Cultural history 29, 292, 303, 322, 509R, 610R, 624R, 727R

Cumbria 368R

Danelaw 91, 450R

Danework 191

Dasent, Sir George 260

Debes, Lucas 646R

Denmark 575R, 648R

Dictionaries 193, 511R, 541R, 599R, 706R, 709R

Diplomatics 542R

Djurhuus, D. J. O. 121

Draumkvæde 373R

Dreams 251, 564R

Dublin 291, 450R

Duggals leiðsla 46, 416R

Dumézil, Georges 248

Dunstanus saga 137,140

Eddic poetry 87, 176, 369R, 405R, 452R, 468–69R, 495R, 526R, 637R, 713R, 757R

Editions

Ágrip 383R

Bárðar saga Snæfellsáss 752R

Draumkvæde 373R

Duggáls leiðsla 416R

Edda (Poetic) 452R

Eiríks saga víðförla 751R

Fagrskinna 383R

Gulaþingslög hin eldri 481R

Hallfreðar saga 384R

Hávamál 466R

Heimskringla 614R

Hemings þáttr Áslákssonar 475R

Hrólfs saga kraka 688R

Ívens saga 392R

Le lai du cort mantel 560R

Möttuls saga 560R

Noregs konunga tal 383R

Ólafs saga Tryggvasonar / Oddr Snorrason 434R

Revelaciones / s. Birgitta 722R

Snorra Edda 472–73R, 587R

Svarfdæla saga 552R

Vafþrúðnismál 595R

Widsith 602R

Egils saga 133, 474R, 554–55R

Eiríkr Magnússon 139, 314, 700R

Eiríks saga rauða 556R

Eiríks saga víðförla 75lR

Eiríksmál 271

England, Scandinavian settlements in 6, 61, 284, 291, 368R, 431R, 506R, 694–95R

s. Eric of Sweden 71

Eric Bloodaxe 61

Erling skakke 120

Erosion 734R

Eskimos 645R

Ethandune, Battle of 343

Etymology & lexicography 15, 27, 98, 149, 195, 244, 263, 282, 324, 334

Evans, Lewis 703R

Eymundar saga 16, 519R

Eyrbyggja saga 117

Fagrskinna 383R

Famine 92, 139

Faroes 121, 283, 340, 542R, 584R, 634R, 733R

Festschriften 418R, 447R, 664R, 690R, 720R, 750R, 754R

Feuds 413R

Finland 636R

Fish and fishing 265, 591R

Fljótsdæla saga 63

Flóamanna saga 251

Flóres saga ok Blankiflúrs 9

Folk songs 304, 439–40R

Folk tales 442–43R, 494R, 622R

Folklore 3, 33, 38–39, 141, 177, 205, 281, 345, 357R, 705R

Fornaldarsögur 405R

France, Vikings in 730R

Frisia 334

Furniture 41

Fyrkat 630R, 647R

Færeyinga saga 337

Galloway 717R

Games 125, 179

Gautreks saga 227, 516R

Geats 95

Genealogy 326

Geoffrey of Monmouth 168

Geography 612R

Georgian chronicle 198

Gísla saga 118,128, 547R

Glamford-Brigg, N. Lincs 153

Godhilda de Toni, wife of Baldwin I 52

Goðorð 134, 256, 590R

Gokstad ship 594R

Grammars 403–04R, 497R, 584R, 642R; see also Readers

Greenland 219, 486–87R, 502R, 626R, 628R, 645R

Grettis saga 67, 264, 294, 325, 678R

Gringolet, Gawain’s horse 126

Grottasöngr 162

Grœnlendinga saga 170

Guðbrandur Vigfússon 94, 598R

Guðmundar saga dýra 184, 279, 282

Gudrún 655R

Gulaþingslög hin eldri 481R

Hafrsfjörðr, Battle of 48

Hallfreðar saga 384–85R

Hallgrímur Pétursson

Um dauðans óvissan tíma 122

Haraldr hárfagri 150, 234

Haralds saga harðráða 600R

Hardanger 231

Hastings, Battle of 576R

Hávamál 143, 197, 466R, 512R, 676R

Havelok the Dane 42, 344

Heacham, Norfolk 589R

Hebrides 127, 379R, 496R

Heimskringla 614R

Hemings þáttr Áslákssonar 475R

Hengest 327

Henry VIII, king of England 28

Herbert, William 190

Hervarar saga 317

Heusler, Andreas 458R

Historiography 181, 627R, 710R, 729R, 740R; see also Research

Hjemsted 465R

Holland, Sir Henry 336

Homer 82

Homosexuality 755R

Horsa 327

Hrafnkels saga Freysgoða 116, 210, 312, 513R, 632R

Hróars saga Tungugoða 158

Hrólfs saga Gautrekssonar 514R

Hrólfs saga kraka 611R, 688R

Hrómunds saga Gripssonar 80

Hœnsa-Þóris saga 83

Ibn Fadlan 573R

Iceland, history of 28, 89, 134, 305, 390–91R, 399R, 414R, 509R, 549R, 583R, 624R

Iceland, travels in 255, 272, 524R

Inari 57

Ireland, Vikings in 406R

Ívens saga 392R

Játvarðar saga hins helga 262

Jewellery 41

Johnston, Alfred W. 319

Jón Arason 183

Jón Sigurðsson 314

Kalevala 571R

Karlamagnús saga 520R

King William the Wanderer 62, 431R

s. Knútr 192, 625R

Knúts saga 47

Knýtlinga saga 517R

Kormakr 84

Kormaks saga 385R

Konungasögur 42

Le lai du cort mantel 560R

Lake District 65

Landnámabók 156, 708R

Lapps 249

Largs, Battle of 34

Lauderdale 715R

Laxdæla saga 14, 76, 639–40R

Legal history 21, 53, 160, 245, 349, 451R, 481R, 578R

Legends 63, 333, 544R

Linguistics 22, 106, 108, 202, 206, 245, 311, 337–38, 388–89R, 396R, 508R, 510R, 522R, 531R, 550R, 724R, 731R, 753R

Lists 154, 171

Literary history and criticism 50, 111, 149, 152, 285, 315, 338, 428R, 459–61R, 482R, 491R, 503R, 527R, 532R, 551R, 558R, 562R, 564R, 582R, 598R, 610R, 623–24R, 699R

Liturgiology 492–93R

Longinus 147

Mabinogion 176

Maeshowe 293

Magnús Erlingsson 123

Magnús Ólafsson

Fríssdrápa 96

Magnús saga 517R

Maldon, Battle of 673R

Man, Isle of 186, 351, 378R, 567–69R, 572R, 605R

Manuscript study 101, 110, 138, 209, 433–34R

Maps 204, 268, 480R, 703R, 726R; see also Vinland Map

Margrétar saga 298

Martyrs 217

Medicine 633R

Megaliths 738R

Merlínússpá 168

Monuments 145, 186

Morbihan, district, France 739R

Morris, William 139, 260, 306

Museums 464R, 620R

Mythology and religion 40, 55–56, 78, 147, 157, 237, 248, 267, 280, 296, 332, 360R, 436R, 454–55R, 528R, 563R, 568R, 618R, 696R, 698R, 738R

Möðruvallabók 363R

Möttuls saga 560R

Names: see under Personal and Place-names.

Naval history 697R

Navigation 219, 711R

Nibelungenlied 655R

Nine men’s morris 125

Njáls saga 212, 225, 356R, 427R, 462R, 483R, 593R

Nólsoy 340

Nóregs konunga tal 383R

Normandy 453R

Norn 108

Northumbria 223

Norway 181, 446R, 505R

Numismatics 36, 450R

Oddr Snorrason

Ólafs saga Tryggvasonar 434R

Ohthere 651R

s. Ólafr 73, 192, 457R

Ólafr Tryggvason 42

Ólöf Ásbjarnardóttir 24

Orkney 164, 448R, 631R, 692R

Orkneyinga saga 518R, 712R

Orphir 161

Oseberg ship 135

Oeland 145

Pálnatóki 233

Periodicals

Fróðskaparrit 485R

Grímnir 500R

Gripla 501R

Huld 742R

Leeds studies in English 580R

London medieval studies 586R

Mediaeval Scandinavia 608–09R

Nordmanns forbundet 743R

Norge Canada 744R

NOWELE 756R

Orkney & Shetland Old-Lore 631R

Svensk tidskrift 746R

Personal names 100, 171, 286, 347, 476R, 572R

Pilgrimages 146

Pirates 498R

Place-names 58, 65, 100, 107, 165, 194, 222, 232, 288, 417R, 463R, 477–78R, 606R, 656R, 689R

Plays

Brand / Ibsen 535R

Gísli Súrsson / Matthías Jochumsson 607R

Kiartan the Icelander / Newman Howard 530R

Olaf and Hakon / Charles Whitby 748R

Poems 370–72, 525R, 565R, 622R, 629R

Powell, George E. J. 314

Priesthood 159

Psalters 721R

Pytheas 31

Quantocks 345

Ragnarr loðbrók 221, 287

Ragnars saga loðbrókar 597R

Ranisch, Wilhelm 458R

Readers 422R, 497R; see also Grammars

Repp, Þorleifur 337, 731R

Research 16, 19–20, 77, 119, 182, 310, 316; see also Historiography

Reykjahólts máldagi 323

Riddarasögur 10, 559R, 621R

Rímur 196

Roland 290

Rómverja saga 353

Rorik/Rurik 17

Rowing chants 252

Rudolf of Rouen 172

Runeberg, J. L.

King Fialar 88

Runology 11–12, 20, 201, 243, 250, 302, 329, 354, 438R, 523R, 543R, 581R, 635R, 652R

Rurik/Rorik 17

Russia and the Rus 519R, 573R, 613R, 644R, 716R

Sacral kingship 211

Sagas of the Icelanders 21, 85, 144, 146, 175, 186, 209, 216, 315, 367R, 396R, 398R, 413R, 441R, 507R, 513R, 538–40R, 601R, 616R, 619R, 637R, 650R, 696R, 718R, 736R, 740R, 757R

St Kilda 308

Saints 45, 307

Sanday 72

Saxo Grammaticus 49, 395R, 454R, 484R, 545R, 704R, 714R

Scotland, history of 456R

Scotland, Scandinavian settlements in 241, 437R

Scyldings 155

See, Klaus von 54

Selden, John 270

Sexual defamation 755R

Shetland 129, 160, 163–64, 283, 362R, 412R, 425R, 499R, 521R, 622R, 629R, 631R, 681R

Ship-burials 81, 135, 276–77

Ships and shipping 43, 59, 90, 135, 401R, 420R, 594R, 603R

Siegfried 102

Sigurður Bjarnason 745R

Sir Aldingar 93

Siward digri 242

Skaldic poetry 55, 84, 214, 228, 252–53, 295, 328, 341, 429R, 638R, 719R, 749R, 757R

Skjöldunga saga 387R

Slaves and slavery 167, 561R

Sneglu-Halla þáttr 228

Snorra Edda 429R, 471–73R, 587R

Snorri Sturluson 424R

Sólarljóð 479R

Sorcerers 249

Spain 173

Starkaðr 226

Stave churches 423R

Steigar-Þórir 253

Steinn Herdísarson 253

Stenness 293

Stjórn 137

Strengleikar 432R

Sturla Þórðarson 566R

Sturlu saga 112

Suttee 278

Svarfdæla saga 552R

Sverrir, king of Norway 488R

Sverris saga 393R

Sweden 238, 663R, 707R

Sæmundr inn fróði 39

Tegnér, Esaisas

Fridtjofs saga 728R

Temples 256

Thidrandi 705R

s. Thomas á Becket 109

Thomas, Dylan 553R

Thorney Abbey

Liber vitae 347

Thyra, wife of Gorm the Old 261

Tiree 379R

Torture 25–26, 114–15, 131

Toscanelli, Paulo 726R

Towns 426R

Translation 166, 224, 260, 723R, 736R

Translations

Bárðar saga Snæfellsáss 752R

Beowulf 534R

Bible 570R

Edda (Poetic) 526R, 713R

Egils saga 474R, 554–55R

Eiríks saga rauða 556R

Eymundar saga 519R

Fridtjofs saga / Tegnér 728R

Gautreks saga 516R

Gísla saga 547R

Grettis saga 678R

Haralds saga harðráða 600R

Hrólfs saga Gautrekssonar 514R

Hrólfs saga kraka 611R

Kalevala 571R

Karlamagnús saga 520R

King Fialarr / Runeberg 88

Knýtlinga saga 517R

Laxdæla saga 639–40R

Magnús saga 517R

Njáls saga 437R, 483R

Normandiets historia / Dudo 453R

Old Norse poems 525R

Orkneyinga saga 518R, 712R

Poems / J. H. O. Djurhuus 121, 350

Saga library 616R

Sigurd the dragon-slayer / Smith-Dampier 693R

Singoalla / Rydberg 653R

Snorra Edda 472R, 587R

Stories from the Northern sagas 601R

Um dauðans óvissan tíma / Hallgrímur Pétursson 122

Víga-Glúms saga 596R

Viking poems of war and peace 638R

Völsunga saga 415R

Waking of Angantýr 74

Yngvars saga 519R

Þrymskviða 8

Örvars-Odds saga 515R

Tristan 355R

Tristrams saga 266

Trohetsvisan 70

Tur/Turi 217

Uist 205

Unfrið 98

Vafþrúðnismál 595R

Valdemar, king of Denmark 120

Valþjófr jarl 269

Varangians 394R, 445R

Víga-Glúms saga 596R

Viking Society 215, 320–21, 348, 746R

Vikings, Viking Age civilisation 2, 4, 124, 151, 174, 180, 218, 241, 258, 283–84, 291, 308, 361R, 397R, 401–02R, 409–11R, 421R, 426R, 445R, 470R, 489R, 557R, 573R, 575R, 585R, 592R, 603R, 605R, 641R, 648–49R, 654R, 711R, 730R

Vinland map 99, 113, 259

Völsunga saga 103, 415R

Völundarkviða 44, 207, 236

Völuspá 189, 239–40

Waking of Angantýr 74

Weapons 444R

Wends 218

West Indies 726R

Whelter 288

Widsith 602R

William curt-nose 290

William of Malmesbury 147

Women 315, 504R, 704R

Ynglinga saga 574R

Ynglingatal 574R

Yngvarr víðförli 198, 273

Yngvars saga 519R

York 6, 68, 291, 366R, 506R, 695R

Yorkshire 284

Þorgils saga 80

Þorleifur Repp 337, 731R

Þorsteinn uxafótr 24

Þorsteins saga Kuggasonar 158

Þrymskviða 8, 254

Örvar-Odds saga 515R

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OBITUARIES

Early obituaries were largely unsigned, though now it is the practice for them to be signed. I have added the name of the obituarist, in round brackets, where given.

Obituaries were transferred to the Year Book, when that was launched in 1909. Full notices, however, were provided in v. 1–5 (1909–13) only. Subsequent volumes (6–24) contained simple death lists. Normal service was resumed in Saga-Book when the Year Book ceased publication in 1932.

Allen, J. R. 5:404.

Benedikz, Eiríkur. 22:441–43. (Peter Foote).

Blind, Karl. 5:402–04.

Bruce, John, of Sumburgh. 5:405.

Bugge, Sophus. 5:400–02. (Magnus Olsen).

Campbell, Alistair. 19:99–100. (Joan Turville-Petre).

Carmichael, C. H. E. 1:162.

Caspersen, H. H. 5:184.

Clarke, Hyde. 1:161.

Clouston, W. A. 1:287.

Dasent, Sir George W. 1:288.

Dennison, W. T. 1:161.

Dickins, Bruce. 20:4–5. (Ray Page).

Downing, W. F. 5:184.

Dryden, Sir Henry E. L. 2:240.

Du Chaillu, P. B. 3:281.

Finch, Ronald G. 23:375. (Desmond Slay).

Fiske, Willard. 4:246–47.

Gray, James. 9:413–14. (A. W. Johnston).

Green, Hilda A. C. 20:245–46. (Christine Fell).

Hall, H. F. 4:414.

Hamilton, Sir Robert G. C. 1:162.

Hamley, Sir Edward B. 1:162.

Hobart, G. B. B. 5:404–05.

Howorth, Sir Henry H. 9:411–13. (Eleanor Hull).

Jón Stefánsson. 13:364–65. (Eiríkur Benedikz).

Ker, W. P. 9:409–10. (R. W. Chambers).

Laing, Samuel. 2:124–25.

McDonald, A. 4:414.

Marshall, S. A. 4:245.

Marwick, Hugh. 17:1–17. (Bruce Dickins).

Moncrieff, Sir A. 5:183–84.

Morris, William. 1:287–88.

Olszewska, E. S. 18:297–98. (Gabriel Turville-Petre).

Pender, Sir John. 1:286–87.

Powell, Frederick York. 4:245–46.

Rae, John. 1:161–62.

Sloper, Edwin. 4:247.

Smith, A. H. 17:99–101. (Peter Foote).

Stephens, George. 1:160–61.

Storm, Gustav. 3:480.

Taylor, Arnold R. 23:489–90. (Christine Fell).

Thornley, John J. 4:414.

Timmer, B. J. 15:261. (Peter Foote).

Tucker, Susan I. 19:345–46. (J. E. Cross).

Turville-Petre, Gabriel. 20:1–3. (Peter Foote).

Winstone, Benjamin. 5:184.

Young, Jean I. 23:376–77. (Peter Clemoes).

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REPORTS OF DISTRICT SECRETARIES

Great Britain

East Anglia

2:147–50, 262–64; 3:23–24, 306–09; 4:20–21; 5:44–47.

Glamorgan & Pembrokeshire

2:35–36; 3:18–19.

Hebrides

2:268–69.

Lake District

2:33–35, 139–47, 257–61; 3:13–18, 139–43, 300–06. 5:230.

Lincolnshire

4:18–20.

Norfolk

5:231–37.

Orkney

2:36–42, 264–66; 3:312–17; 4:35–38; 5:60–65, 251–53.

Shetland

3:21–23, 309–12; 4:24–35; 5:65–69.

Somerset

2:42–50, 151–52; 3:324–25; 4:22–24; 5:47–53, 237–46.

Wirral, Cheshire

2:266–67; 3:19–21.

York

5:53–59, 247–50.

Abroad

Denmark

3:24–34, 144–62; 4:66–72; 5:79–85.

Faroes

4:38–54.

Iceland

5:75–79, 262.

Norway

3:318–24; 4:54–66; 5:69–75, 266–71.

Vinland

2:261–62.

Reports of District Secretaries were continued in the Year Book (1–4 only), but were discontinued from 1912.

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VIKING NOTES

1:158–60, 285–86; 2:118–23, 232–40, 390–91; 3:117–23, 271–81, 465–80; 4:238–45, 407–14; 5:175–83, 393–400.

Continued in the Year Book (1–16 only). None printed since 1924.

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VIKING BIBLIOGRAPHY

(Including ‘Publications by members’)

1:118–19, 242–43; 2:2–3, 128, 242; 3:2–5, 133–35, 293–94; 4:4–5, 265–66; 5:19, 202.

Continued in the Year Book (1–5 only). None since 1913.

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ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY

1:2–4, 115–17, 241–42; 2:1–2, 127, 241; 3:1, 131–32, 291–93; 4:3–4, 263–64; 5:17–18, 199–201.

Continued in the Year Book (1–16 only). Discontinued from 1925.

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PROCEEDINGS AT MEETINGS, ANNUAL REPORTS, ETC.

(Annual reports are listed under the year they cover and not under the year of their adoption.)

1892–94. Proceedings. 1:5–41.

1895. Proceedings. 1:120–57.

1896. Proceedings. 1:244–84.

1897. Proceedings. 2:4–32.

1898. Proceedings. 2:129–38.

1899–1900. Proceedings. 2:243–56.

1901. Proceedings. 3:6–12.

1902. Proceedings. 3:136–38.

1903. Proceedings. 3:295–99.

Annual report. 4:12–17.

1904. Proceedings. 4:7–11.

Annual report. 4:284–89.

1905. Proceedings. 4:268–83.

Gift of a picture to the Society. 4:290.

Wedding present to Princess Margaret of Connaught. 4:290–93.

Annual report. 5:30–36.

1906. Proceedings. 5:21–29.

Visit to Bridgwater (June 2–4). 5:37–43.

Annual report. 5:211–17.

1907. Proceedings. 5:204–10.

1908. Proceedings. 6:1–12.

1909. Proceedings. 6:163–68.

1910. Proceedings. 7:1–5.

1911. Proceedings. 7:127–31.

1912. Proceedings. 8:1–5.

1913. Proceedings. 8:131–34;

1914–18. Proceedings. 9:ix–xxi.

1919–27. Proceedings. 10:ix–xxxiv.

Reports of proceedings were discontinued after 1927. Annual reports for 1907–1931 were printed in the Year Book (v. 1–24) but were issued separately after that date, when they were issued at all.

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LISTS OF MEMBERS

Lists of members were included in the following volumes:

3:iii–xii; 5:3–16; 11:301–06.

Further lists were published in the Year Book (v. 1–22 only).

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INDEXES

Full subject indexes were published for v. 1–8 only, when they were abandoned in favour of simple contents lists. Indexes to v. 1–2 were bound in with v. 3, pt 1, and to v. 3 with v. 4, pt 2. The remainder were issued loose. A cumulative index to v. 1–14 was issued as a supplement to v. 14 and an index to v. 1–16 was issued separately.

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CONVERSION

In this index I have abbreviated the references to a simple statement of volume number followed by pagination. For those who wish to round these references out into a fuller form, and who do not wish to do this by consulting the original volumes, I append herewith a conversion table, which breaks each volume down into parts and publication dates. To do this I have added to each volume number the dates of publication, followed by the number of parts (in round brackets) and a breakdown of the parts into page numbers. For the most part, it should be borne in mind that each part was normally issued annually. Thus, the three parts of v. 1 were issued in 1895, 1896 and 1897 respectively, and the reference for Collingwood’s article on the Vikings in Lakeland, cited, in the index, as 1:182–96, converts, in its fuller form, to I 2 (1896), 182–96. However, there are complications (this is the Saga-Book, after all). Double numbers could cause confusion, so I have marked these with an asterisk (*). Thus, v. 17, for instance, breaks down into pts 1, 2–3 and 4. Nor were parts always issued annually; v. 22–23 were both issued in seven parts, some annually and some biennially; and some earlier volumes were rather erratic in their datings. I have added notes after the main conversion table to explain these. Where two dates are given (e. g. for v. 13), these are the dates that are on the title-page. Double numbers would also carry two dates. Thus, pts 2–3 of v. 16 were dated 1963/64.

1: 1895–97 (3). 1–114; 115–240; 241–373.

2: 1898–1901 (3). 1–126; 127–240; 241–391.

3: 1902–04 (3). 1–130; 131–290; 291–492.

4: 1905–06 (2). 1–260; 261–502.

5: 1907–08 (2). 1–196; 197–421.

6: 1909–10 (2). 1–162; 163–307.

7: 1911–12 (2). 1–126; 127–246.

8: 1913–14 (2). 1–130; 131–301.

9: 1920–25 (2). 1–252; 253–414.

10: 1928–29 (2). 1–164; 165–297.

11: 1934–36 (3). 1–116; 117–196; 197–306.

12: 1937–45 (5). 1–52; 53–158; 159–206; 207–54; 255–80.

13: 1946–52/3 (5). 1–50; 51–114; 115–206; 207–84; 285–365.

14: 1953/55–56/57 (4 + appendix). 1–140*; 141–248; 249–326; 327–67.

15: 1957/9–61 (4). 1–148*; 149–258; 259–459.

16: 1962–65 (4). 1–108; 109–272*; 273–379.

17: 1966–69 (4). 1–98; 99–274*, 275–362.

18: 1970/1–73 (4). 1–219*; 220–96; 297–409.

19: 1974–77 (4). 1–98; 99–344*; 345–488.

20: 1978/9–81 (4). 1–164*; 165–244; 245–328.

21: 1982/83–84/5 (4). 1–132*; 133–317*.

22: 1986–89 (7). 1–96; 97–142; 143–278*; 279–318; 319–440; 441–93.

23: 1990–93 (7). 1–72; 73–110; 111–78; 179–374; 375–418; 419–88; 489–539.

Notes.

2. Pts 1 & 2 were issued in 1898 and 1899; pt 3 in 1901.

9. Pt 1 was issued in 1920 and pt 2 in 1925.

12. Pt 1 was issued in 1937; pts 2–4 in 1940–42 (annually) and pt 5 in 1945.

13. Pt 1 was issued in 1946; pt 2 in 1947/48; pt 3 in 1949/50; pt 4 in 1950/1; and pt 5 in 1952/53.

22. Pt 1 was issued in 1986; pt 2 in 1987; pts 3–4 in 1987/88; pt 5 in 1988; and pts 6 & 7 in 1989.

23. Pts 1 & 2 were issued in 1990; pt 3 in 1991; pts 4 & 5 in 1992; and pts 6 & 7 in 1993.

The appendix to v. 14 was issued in 1960, though it was dated 1957.

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