Snorri Sturlason

Snorri Sturlason, Icelandic historian and poet; published the collection of sagas entitled “Heimskringla,” among which were many songs of his own composition; was a man of position and influence in Iceland, but having provoked the ill-will of Haco was at his instigation assassinated in 1241. See Edda.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Snake-stones
Snider, Jacob
Snodgrass, Augustus
Snorri Sturlason
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