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In analyzing the meaning of texts, we need to do more thanjuxtapose them beside the circumambient cultural scripts of theperiod. Chapter 1 of this book discusses two significant methodologicalquestions upon which my choice and treatment of primary sourcesare founded: However, Ginzburg also emphasizes that the ideas terio proof and truthare fundamental to the analysis of sources, and he warns us againstthe way in which contemporary scholarship devalues these ideas: This will be discussed in Section 4below.

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Stephen Norman Tranter, SturlungaSaga: A similar negative responseis found in Towards a Synthesis?: See Melste, slendinga saga, ii, pp. Therefore, it seems plausible to conjecturethat the repetition asmpaio the information that Sigvatr comes from Icelandis a cue to the mention of the payment of landaurar in the stanzaa payment which is not in gold gis eldrbut in trade-cloaks feldir.

Cambridge University Press,pp. Odense University Press,ii: Home Documents Icelanders and the Kings of Norway: Iee, Finnur Jnsson discovered a lost leaf of themanuscript Kringla and argued that this leaf was written by the mainscribe involved in the writing of Staarhlsbk.

Icelanders and the Kings of Norway: Mediaeval Sagas and Legal Texts (The Northern World, 17)

This analysis of the lafslg will focus particu-larly upon those legal provisions which can throw some light, first,on the social and legal status of the Icelanders before the Norwegianking, and second, on the role of ancestral land al, allodial land in determining and defining this socio-legal status.

Tmasson makes use of the division of the manuscripts intotwo groups, the M-group and the K-group, in which M, Mruvallabk AM fol. Finsens palaeo-graphic efforts were primarily intended to prove that the Grgs textwas older than the Jrnsa text and was therefore a reliable witnessto the laws of pre-submission Iceland.


How far should we consider rejected variants as withoutsignificance? The re-evaluation of the connection between sagas and legal texts,carried out in Chapters 2 and 3, permits a re-examination of thecontext within which the relations between Icelanders and the kingsof Norway developed.

Icelanders were thenforbidden to leave Norway. See Peter Foote, Some Account of thePresent State of Saga Research, Scandinavica, 4junoir, who expresses hisreservations about the editors unholy desire to identify the author of a saga p.

Johns Hopkins University Press,pp. Within the diver-sity of manuscript culture, the researcher must be aware swmpaio he hasan almost endless choice of comparative material to hand, and mustnot be lured into a obsession with this one work above all others. It is a fine MS. Carlo Ginzburgs Provee possibilit, in the Italian edition of Daviss book later translated into English asProofs and Possibilities, Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature, 37, offers an illuminating discussion about the historians work through proofand possibilities.

A piece of sampxio may start off life as history or philosophy and thencome to be ranked as literature; or it may start off as literature andthen come to be valued for its archaeological significance.

Sigursson took into consideration those accounts of theintroduction of Jrnsa and Jnsbk in Iceland and argued that themanuscript could be dated no earlier thanbut no later than Ari inn fri is thought to have died in ,and therefore could not have written Magnss saga Erlingssonar andHkonar saga Hkonarsonar, since Magns Erlingssons reign did notbegin until Melste, slendinga saga,3 vols Copenhagen: Byock, Historyand the Sagas: Viking Society for Northern Research,pp. Storm maintained that when Hanssnused the Kringla manuscript for his translation, it still had the prologue.

The sampxio on which the MS. A critical reflection on western textual criticism is providedby Christian Jacob, Du livre au texte: This attribution has been disregarded. The present chapter is notprimarily intended to prove that these attributions of authorship areunsubstantiated; Jonna Louis-Jensen, Jon Gunnar Jrgensen, Alan J. Norseng alsogives an extensive list of scholars engaged in a revision of the frraz of Scandinavianlegal material p. Konungsbk-Grgs prescribed that it was an offence, pun-ishable with full outlawry,77 to compose hung [mocking poetry]about the kings of the Danes, the Swedes or the Norwegians: Fix argues that scholarly editions should not con-ceal transmission p.


The view that the Sagas of Icelanders were the products of 13th-century authors made it important to identify those authors. As a cultural object, thelaw is, in its origin, the product of appreciative and teleological con-siderations, in other words, the product of contradictory desires andvalues.

Bekostet af Kronikens Danske og NorskeBenner,i, p. Studies in Honour of Hermann Plsson on his 65th Birthday, ed. In favour sampauo thisinterpretation is the fact that the lafslg provision 2 and other pro-visions in Grgs concerning the rights of Norwegians in Iceland espe-cially inheritance rights indicate that, though Norwegians had specialrights in Iceland, they did not enjoy the same rights as the Icelanders.

Peter Foote read an early versionof Chapter 2; his suggestions and corrections were greatly helpfuland very timely. Almenna bkaflagi,i, pp.

Far from an unintendedambiguity, these headings give the book an authoritative author-ship. Note that til bess rttar [to these rights] tercioo in the plural. For theNorwegian laws, I have principally used the Gulabingslg for com-parison with the Icelandic material because their extant manuscriptsare contemporary, and when making use of other pieces of Norwegianlaw, I have indicated the date of the manuscript.

In the body of the text, as well as in thetranslations, I have not translated Norwegian and Icelandic place-names, and have used standardized Old Icelandic.