Early Kings of Norway (Google eBook)
The Icelanders, in their long winter, had a great habit of writing; and were, and still are, excellent in penmanship, says Dahlmann. It is to this fact, that any little history there is of the Norse Kings and their old tragedies, crimes and heroisms, is almost all due. - excerpt from the Introduction to "Early Kings of Norway."
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