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Title: Víglundar saga: a new edition based on UW-Madison Libraries Special Collections MS 140: electronic text
Editor: Van Deusen, Natalie; Gorman, Peter C.

Text correction and normalization: Van Deusen, Natalie


Submitter: Van Deusen, Natalie


TEI Markup: Gorman, Peter C.

Edition: First edition
Publisher: University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries
Place: Madison, Wisconsin
Local ID: IcelOnline.VglSagaNVD

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Date: Oct. 9, 2007
Series: Icelandic Online / Icelandic Literature

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This edition was created in electronic form; there was no print source. The text is derived from MS 140 in the UW-Madison Libraries Special Collections, images from which have been included here.

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