Viking Society for Northern Research (VSNR)

ACMRS is the North American distributor for select publications of the Viking Society for Northern Research. All volumes are priced as marked and subject to change without notice. Members of the Viking Society may claim a 50 percent discount on all Viking Society publications.

Introductory Essays on Egils saga and Njáls saga

Edited by John Hines and Desmond Slay
1992 | 151 pp. | 978-0-903521-25-3 |
$5 |

Íslendingabók — Kristni Saga: The Book of the Icelanders — The Story of the Conversion

Translated by Siân Grønlie

Along with being the first work to be written in the vernacular, Ari's Íslendingabók is the earliest surviving written history of the Icelanders and is the basis for Icelandic literature... Read more

2006 | 97 + xlvii pp. | 978-0-903521-71-0 |
$20 |

Letters from Iceland 1936

By Young
1992 | 75 pp. | 978-0-7044-1247-7 |
$10 |

Lord and Lady — Bryti and Deigja: Some Historical and Etymological Aspects of Family, Patronage, and Slavery in Early Scandinavia and Anglo-Saxon England

By Brink

The Dorothea Coke Memorial Lecture in Northern Studies delivered at University College London 17 March 2005

2008 | 30 pp. | 978-0-903521-77-2 |
$10 |

Old Norse Made New

Edited by David Clark and Carl Phelpstead

These eight essays investigate the reinvention of Old Norse-Icelandic literature and culture by writers in English from the eighteenth century to the present day, from Thomas Gray to Tolkien and... Read more

2007 | 97 + xlvii pp. | 978-0-903521-76-5 |
$20 |

Selected Readings from A New Introduction to Old Norse

By Finlay

This is an audio CD

From The Chaucer Studio, produced by A. Finlay.
Select readings from... Read more

2003 | 318 pp. | 978-0-903521-70-3 |
$10 |

Snorri Sturluson, Edda, Háttatal

Edited by Anthony Faulkes

Háttatal is an Icelandic poem in 102 stanzas divided into three sections (kvæði) which exemplifies a wide variety of verse-forms available to Norse poets in the thirteenth... Read more

1999 | 169 + xxviii pp. | 978-0-903521-41-3 |
$20 |

Snorri Sturluson, Edda, Prologue and Gylfaginning, Second Edition

Edited by Anthony Faulkes

Gylfaginning is the first part of Snorri Sturluson's Edda, and contains the most extensive and coherent account of Scandinavian mythology that exists from the Middle Ages. The... Read more

2005 | 180 + xxxii pp. | 978-0-903521-64-2 |
$20 |

Snorri Sturluson, Edda, Skáldskaparmál Volume 1: Introduction, Texts and Notes

Edited by Anthony Faulkes

Skáldskaparmál (‘the language of poetry’) is the second major part of Snorri Sturluson's Edda (‘Treatise on poetry’; sometimes called the Prose Edda), coming in those manuscripts... Read more

1998 | 230 + lxii pp. | 978-0-903521-36-9 |
$20 |

Snorri Sturluson, Edda, Skáldskaparmál Volume 2: Glossary and Index of Names

Edited by Anthony Faulkes

Skáldskaparmál (‘the language of poetry’) is the second major part of Snorri Sturluson's Edda (‘Treatise on poetry’; sometimes called the Prose Edda), coming in those manuscripts... Read more

1998 | 300 pp. | 978-0-903521-38-3 |
$20 |

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