The collection of stories known as the Icelandic sagas are foundational works of Icelandic culture that are still widely read in the country today. Predating the Christianisation of Iceland in 1000 CE, these tales intermingle history, Norse paganism, and a morality steeped in warrior traditions and... More >>

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