Kings' sagas

Kings' sagas (Norwegian: Kongesagaer) are Old Norse sagas which principally tell of the lives of semi-legendary and legendary (mythological, fictional) Nordic kings, also known as saga kings. They were composed during the twelfth to fourteenth centuries in Iceland and Norway.[1][2][3]

Norges Kongesagaer Edited by Gustav Storm and Alexander Bugge Illustrated by Gerhard Munthe (1914)

List of Kings' sagas

Included works in Latin, in approximate order of composition (many dates could be off by decades)

Sometimes counted among the Kings' sagas

Primary sources

In Norwegian


Other sources

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