I am not sure that it's correct. I would have believed that a scholar
working at the institute in Reykjavik knows more than a webmaster. I don't
trust the url at all.
"Kjetil Rå Hauge" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> "Alan Crozier" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> > "IE J" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]
> > > HAUKSBOK CODEX ARNAMAGNAEANUS 544.4 O to
> > > Codex Arnamagnaeanus 544.4 O to, was returned to Iceland where it at
> > present
> > > is to be found in The Árni Magnússon Institute, Reykjavik.
> > This is WRONG. You obviously did not read my post of 15 June, nor did
> > you read the lecture by Orri Vésteinsson of the Árni Magnússon
> > Institute, nor have you consulted the Institute's website.
> > I wrote:
> > "AM 371, 4to is in the Árni Magnússon Institute in Reykjavik. That's the
> > part containing Landnámabók and Kristni saga (18 folios).
> > AM 544, 4to is in the Arnamagnaean Collection in Copenhagen. That's the
> > part containing Eiríks saga and much besides (107 folios).
> The information I had from an other site dealing with AM 544, 4to and the
> Árni Magnússon Institute in Reykjavik gave other information. Since that
> information was forwarded late in time, I will check it again. But the
> person behind the forwarded information should know.
> I am not at all sure that you are right Alan. Here is an url written by
> Margrét Eggertsdóttir, Manuscript Resources in Iceland. The url seem to
> support the information I had the other week while checking:
> "The main sources for these voyages are preserved in the Árni Magnússon
> Institute in Reykjavík. These sources are Eiríks saga, the Saga of Erik
> red, preserved in two medieval vellum manuscripts, one called Skálholtsbók
> (AM 557 4to, written in about 1420 in the north of Iceland) and the other
> Hauksbók (AM 544 4to written about 1300). "
> Rest of your comments will have to wait until this one is definitely
> You have one information, I don't know how old but I know that my
> information is close to today and that the url written by an Icelandic
> "íslenskulektor " not to mention what you can read about her in this url:
>From the site of the Arnamagnæan Collection
"The following manuscripts from the Arnamagnæan Collection remain in
Copenhagen following the transfer of manuscripts to Stofnun Árna
Magnússonar á Íslandi: [...] Quarto [...] 544"
> Can't help thinking that she knows more than you and me.
> Inger E