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An example of a page from the Orkneyinga saga, as it appears in the 14th century Flatey Book.
The Ættartolur, the genealogies appended to the Hversu Noregr byggdist in the Flatey Book introduce Halfdan the Old as the ruler of Ringiríki ( a territory including modern Ringerike and Valdres in Oppland ).
According to the Icelandic sagas (" Eirik the Red's Saga " and the " Saga of the Greenlanders "— chapters of the Hauksbók and the Flatey Book ), the Norse started to explore lands to the west of Greenland only a few years after the Greenland settlements were established.
The Flatey Book, (; lit.
The Flatey Book is the largest medieval Icelandic manuscript, comprising 225 written and illustrated vellum leaves.
) The Flatey Book and the Codex Regius were repatriated to Iceland in 1971 as Icelandic national treasures and are preserved and studied by the Árni Magnússon Institute.
The Flatey Book and Recently Discovered Vatican Manuscripts Concerning America as Early as the Tenth Century.
* Text and English translation by Loptsson of Eireks þáttr rauða (' Tale of Eirík the Red ') and Grœnlendinga þáttir (' Tale of the Greenlanders ') from the Flatey Book.
Parallel but not quite identical accounts of Nór the eponym of Norway appear in Fundinn Noregr (' Norway Found '), hereafter called F, which begins the Orkneyinga saga, and in Hversu Noregr byggdist (' How Norway was Settled '), hereafter called B, both found in the Flatey Book.
In the Orkneyinga saga and in Hversu Noregr byggdist (' How Norway was settled ')— both found in the Flatey Book — Fornjót appears as an ancient ruler of Finland, Kvenland and Gotland.
In the account called Hversu Noregr byggdist (' How Norway was inhabited ') in the Flatey Book, Snær is son of Jökul ( Jǫkull ' icicle, ice, glacier ') son of Kári.
Hversu Noregr byggðist () is an account of the origin of various legendary Norwegian lineages, which survives only in the Flatey Book.
It is preserved in two versions of which one ( HróFlat ) is found in Flatey Book ( GKS 1005 fol 344-348, ca 1387-1395 ) and the second one ( Hró AM 557 4 °) in the Arnamagnæan Codex ( AM 557 4 ° 41r-42v, ca 1420-1450 ) in Copenhagen.
In the version of Heimskringla which is found in the Flatey Book, it is inserted together with Styrbjarnar þáttr Svíakappa in the description of Olaf Haraldsson's wooing of the Swedish princess Ingegerd Olofsdotter.
Styrbjarnar þáttr Svíakappa ( The Tale of Styrbjörn the Swedish Champion ) is a short story, a þáttr on the Swedish claimant and Jomsviking Styrbjörn the Strong preserved in the Flatey Book ( GKS 1005 fol 342-344, ca 1387-1395 ).
Vǫlsa þáttr is a short story which is only extant in the Flatey Book, where it is found in a chapter of Óláfs saga helga.
One of them appears as Eymundar þáttr hrings in the Flatey Book and the other one is an introductory chapter in Yngvars saga víðförla.
According to the Norse sagas ( particularly the Jómsvíkinga saga, King Olaf Tryggvasson ’ s Saga, and stories found in the Flatey Book ), their stronghold Jomsborg was located on the southern shore of the Baltic Sea, but the exact location is disputed by modern historians and archeologists.

Flatey and which
Jon Finnsson, who resided on Flatey (' Flat Island ') in Breiðafjörður on the west coast of Iceland, was then the owner of the book which was already known as the Flateyjarbók.
The biggest is Flatey which name means < i > flat island </ i > and must be not confused with other islands of Iceland with the same name.

Flatey and .
The antipodes of the northernmost of these, Young Island, lie between Flatey and Grímsey Islands off the north central Icelandic coast, about 10 km from either.
The most important of these islands is Flatey.
There is no ferry serving Flatey, however some houses are used as summer houses.
It also is the gateway to Flatey.
Known places within the area are Flatey and Látrabjarg.
Sörla þáttr is a short story in Flateyjarbok, a collection of tales about Norwegian kings written by two Christian priests in 15th century, owned by a family from Flatey island.

Book and wrote
Lloyd Lewis wrote that when he first knew Carl in 1916, Sandburg was making $27.50 a week writing features for the Day Book and eating sparse luncheons in one-arm restaurants.
Then followed a period in which he wrote reviews for The New York Times Book Review, The Commonweal, Commentary, had a small piece in Partisan Review, and moved on to Hudson, The Village Voice, and Exodus.
He was the first reporter for the Arkansas supreme court and also wrote a book ( published anonymously ), titled The Arkansas Form Book, which was a guidebook for lawyers.
He wrote a book called Al-Tibb min al-Kitab wa-al-Sunna ( Medicine from the Book and the Life of the Prophet ) describing the Islamic medical practices from the time of Muhammad.
Although he wrote poetry, also an anthology of verses on the monasteries of Mesopotamia and Egypt, and a genealogical work, his fame rests upon his Book of Songs ( Kitab al-Aghani ).
He also wrote several works of Biblical exegesis, primarily of volumes in the Old Testament, which are preserved in excerpts regarding the Book of Genesis, the Song of Solomon, and Psalms.
In Gregory ’ s day, history was not recognized as an independent field of study ; it was a branch of grammar or rhetoric, and historia ( defined as ‘ story ’) summed up the approach of the learned when they wrote what was, at that time, considered ‘ history .’ Gregory ’ s Dialogues Book Two, then, an authentic medieval hagiography cast as a conversation between the Pope and his deacon Peter, is designed to teach spiritual lessons.
In Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book, he wrote that his influences included Charles Schulz for Peanuts ; Walt Kelly for Pogo and George Herriman for Krazy Kat.
Similar to the traditional view in Judaism, conservative Christians view the Book of Daniel as written by the prophet Daniel, who they claim wrote the book around 536 BC after having been in captivity for about 70 years.
In c. 409 AD, Augustine of Hippo wrote to Deogratias concerning the challenge of some to the miracle recorded in the Book of Jonah.
Jorge Luis Borges wrote a contemporary bestiary of sorts, the Book of Imaginary Beings, which collects imaginary beasts from bestiaries and fiction.
Abbott also wrote educational text books, one being " Via Latina: First Latin Book " which was published in 1898 and distributed around the world within the education system.
Smith wrote in The Wealth of Nations ( Book I, Chapter X, paragraph 72 ):
Hildegard also wrote nearly 400 letters to correspondents ranging from Popes to Emperors to abbots and abbesses ; two volumes of material on natural medicine and cures ; an invented language called the Lingua ignota ; various minor works, including a gospel commentary and two works of hagiography ; and three great volumes of visionary theology: Scivias, Liber vitae meritorum (" Book of Life's Merits " or " Book of the Rewards of Life "), and Liber divinorum operum (" Book of Divine Works ").
American historian and author Ruth Edna Kelley of Massachusetts wrote the first book length history of the holiday in the U. S ; The Book of Hallowe ' en ( 1919 ), and references souling in the chapter " Hallowe ' en in America ";
Avicenna, considered among the most influential medical scholars in history, wrote The Canon of Medicine ( 1025 ) and The Book of Healing ( 1027 ), which remained standard textbooks in both Muslim and European universities until the 17th century.
The book received recommendations from Elie Wiesel who wrote in The New York Times Book Review that it was " one of the best ...
" The reason why Taylor believes this, is that " a friend of Kosinski's wrote a letter to the Times, which was published in the Book Review, describing the detailed plans he and Jerzy had made to meet that weekend at Polanski's house on Cielo Drive.
95 ) Patmos, where he wrote the Book of Revelation.
" It states that he wrote the gospel known after him, the Book of Revelation, and the three epistles ascribed to him.
"... Arthur's genius lay in his ability to imagine songs, with fully formed lyrics and melodies ," wrote John Einarson in " Forever Changes: Arthur Lee and the Book of Love ," an authorized biography on Lee that was released in 2010.
In The Wealth of Nations, Book I, chapter 8, Smith wrote:
Luke, who wrote the Gospel of Luke, was a physician who lived around AD 30 to 130 ( exact years are not known ), and he also wrote the Book of Acts in the Bible.

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