The Story of Gunnlaug the Worm-tongue and Raven the Skald: Even as Ari Thorgilson the Learned, the Priest, Hath Told It: Who Was the Man of All Iceland Most Learned in Tales of the Land's Inhabiting and in Lore of Time Agone

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Title

The Story of Gunnlaug the Worm-tongue and Raven the Skald: Even as Ari Thorgilson the Learned, the Priest, Hath Told It: Who Was the Man of All Iceland Most Learned in Tales of the Land's Inhabiting and in Lore of Time Agone

Subject

Gunnlaugr Illugason Ormstunga, approximately 983-1008

Description

75 copies of this book were printed for William Morris by the Chiswick Press for private distribution. It was printed in a black letter facsimile of one of Caxton's on hand-made paper left over from the large paper copies of The Roots of the Mountains. Issued without initial-letter rubrication, although spaces have been left.

Creator

Saga by Ari Þorgilsson fróði, 1067-1148, translated by Eiríkr Magnússon and William Morris

Publisher

Chiswick Press

Date

1891

Type

Book

Citation

Saga by Ari Þorgilsson fróði, 1067-1148, translated by Eiríkr Magnússon and William Morris , “The Story of Gunnlaug the Worm-tongue and Raven the Skald: Even as Ari Thorgilson the Learned, the Priest, Hath Told It: Who Was the Man of All Iceland Most Learned in Tales of the Land's Inhabiting and in Lore of Time Agone,” Book Club of California, accessed October 18, 2021, https://bccbooks.omeka.net/items/show/73.