Origin : Ancient Scandinavian,
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Additional information Oddr:
Old Norse form of ODD
Books about Oddr:
Oddr, Fagrskinna und Snorre (German Edition) by Gustav Morgenstern (Jan 1, 1890)
La Saga d'Oddr aux Flèches: Suivie de la Saga de Ketill le Saumon et de la Saga de Grímr à la Joue velue (Famagouste... by Anonyme and Régis Boyer (Feb 24, 2014)
Oddr, Fagrskinna, Snorre: Beitrage Zur Altnordischen Litteraturgeschichte (German Edition) by Gustav Morgenstern (Dec 31, 2009)
Det Arnamagnæanske Haandskrift 310 Qvarto: Saga Olafs Konungs Tryggvasonar Er Ritaði Oddr Muncr. En Gammel Norsk... by Københavns Uni Universitetsbiblioteket, Oddr Snorrason and Norske Historiske Kildeskriftfond (Feb 23, 2010)
Det Arnamagn]anske Haandskrift 310 Qvarto: Saga Olafs Konungs Tryggvasonar Er Ritai Oddr Muncr. En Gammel Norsk... by By (author) Oddr Snorrason, By (author) Norske Historiske Kildeskriftfond By (author) Kbenhavns Uni Universitetsbiblioteket (2010)
The Saga Of King Olaf Tryggwason, Who Reigned Over Norway, A.D. 995-1000 by Snorrason, Oddr published by Kessinger... (Sep 10, 2010)
Oddr Fagrskinna Snorre Beitrage Zur Alt
Wiki information Oddr:
Örvar-Oddr is a legendary hero about whom an anonymous Icelander wrote a fornaldarsaga in the latter part of the 13th century. Örvar-Odds saga, the Saga of Örvar-Odd, became very popular and contains old legends and songs. He also appears in Hervarar...
The Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar of Oddr Snorrason whose name is also sometimes Anglicized as Odd Snorrason was a Latin royal biography attributed to a 12th-century Icelandic Benedictine monk at the Þingeyrar monastery. The monastery was founded in 1133...