Árni Magnússon’s rearrangement of paper manuscripts

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AM 116 8vo
AM 116 8vo
Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík
This manuscript consists of 6 parts.
Plain
The manuscript is stored in a brown box with golden letters on the back. Inside that box, there are six thin cardboard jackets, one for the note-slips and five for the parts called I-V. The jackets are held together by means of cardboard covers and a blue strap.
There are three AM-slips and another added slip. They are now stored in a separate jacket.
  • AM-slip a (165 mm x 104 mm) is a bifolium and belongs to AM 116 I 8vo CU1. It reads in the hand of Árni Magnússon:
    "þetta Exemplar Droplaugar sona Sỏgu feck eg 1708. af Monsieur Jone Thorlakssyne, og kallar hann sỏguna Fliotzdælu. seigest hafa nylega ỏdlast hana ur Vopnafirde. perleg"
    . The note is located on the recto-side of its first leaf. The bifolium is made from an old envelope. On the inside, parts of the address
    "Kongl. Majestatis"
    and
    "here secreter "
    are still readable. In the lower outer corners, remnants of a red applied seal (possibly shellac) are visible.
  • AM-slip b (165 mm x 104 mm) is a bifolium. It belongs to AM 116 II 8vo CU2 and reads in the hand of Árni Magnússon:
    "Hrafnkels saga Gunnars saga Kelldugnups fifls."
    This bifolium is also made from an envelope. It was addressed to Árni Magnússon residing in Skálholt, and remnants of the red applied seal are preserved in the mostly torn out corners of the leaves.
  • Slip c (152 mm x 90 mm) also belongs to AM 116 II 8vo CU2. Árni Magnússon has written on the recto-side:
    "Eigi veit eg hvỏr skrifad hefur þä Hrafnkels sỏgu sem eg þier i fyrra sendi, hun er, ad eg meina, af Vestfiỏrdum komin, hefur hana ätt Sr Thomas ä Snæfiỏllum. Jon Hakonarsson. 1698."
    Note: This is a copy of a now lost letter sent to Árni by Jón Hákonarson. On the verso-side there are eleven fragmented lines of a different text.
  • A loose slip inside the box contains information about the restoration done in Copenhagen:
    "AM 116. 8vo. Restaureret af Birgitte Dall mellem 1965 og 1968."
AM 116 I 8vo CU1 (1601-1700, Iceland)
1. (1r-37ar) Droplaugarsona saga Icelandic Saga af Helga og Gryme Droplaugar Sonum Ketill hiet madur er kalladur var þrymur Vetur sydar enn Þangbrandur prestur kom til Islands fiell Helge Droplaugarson Note: The lower half of fol. 37ar and all of fols. 37av-37cv are blank.
Codex
Paper
40160 mm x 100 mm
The watermark could not be identified. It is oblong and may consists of a row of letters. The visible details are:
  • Fol. 1: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 2: "blank"
  • Fol. 3: "blank"
  • Fol. 4: "blank"
  • Fol. 5: "blank"
  • Fol. 6: "blank"
  • Fol. 7: "blank"
  • Fol. 8: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 9: "blank"
  • Fol. 10: "blank"
  • Fol. 11: "blank"
  • Fol. 12: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 13: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 14: "blank"
  • Fol. 15: "blank"
  • Fol. 16: "blank"
  • Fol. 17: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 18: "blank"
  • Fol. 19: "blank"
  • Fol. 20: "blank"
  • Fol. 21: "blank"
  • Fol. 22: "blank"
  • Fol. 23: "blank"
  • Fol. 24: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 25: "blank"
  • Fol. 26: "blank"
  • Fol. 27: "blank"
  • Fol. 28: "blank"
  • Fol. 29: "blank"
  • Fol. 30: "blank"
  • Fol. 31: "blank"
  • Fol. 32: "blank"
  • Fol. 33: "blank"
  • Fol. 34: "blank"
  • Fol. 35: "blank"
  • Fol. 36: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 37: oblong watermark
  • Fol. 37a: "blank"
  • Fol. 37b: "blank"
  • Fol. 37c: "blank"

There is later foliation in purple in the bottom margin (1-37) with 37 being used twice.There is modern foliation in pencil in the top right-hand corners (1-37 and 37a-37c).
There are five quires.
  • Quire I: fols. 1-8 (1+8, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5) (4 bifolia) Note: Fol. 1 and 8 have been joined, but may have originally belonged together. The other leaves form original bifolia.
  • Quire II: fols. 9-16 (9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13) (4 bifolia) Note: This is an original quire.
  • Quire III: fols. 17-24 (17+24, 18+23, 19+22, 20+21) (4 bifolia) Note: This is an original quire.
  • Quire IV: fols. 25-32 (25+32, 26+31, 27+30, 28+29) (4 bifolia) Note: This is an original quire.
  • Quire V: fols. 33-37c (33+37c, 34+37b, 35+37a, 36+37) (4 bifolia) Note: Fol. 33 and 37c have been joined, but may have originally belonged together. The other leaves form original bifolia.
There are no quire signatures.There are catchwords on every page except for fols. 24v and 37ar.
  • The leaves are untrimmed and the edges are partially dirty.
  • Some leaves are rather dark and have stains, while other leaves are relatively clean. Especially dark are fols. 1r and 37cv.
  • The ink is bleeding through the paper.
  • There is a stain from liquid visible in the top outer corners of almost all leaves. The stain becomes larger towards the end of the codicological unit.
The text is written in one column. 120-130 mm x 80 mm22-255-7
Unknown Kurrent Sole
  • Initial: On the first page, there are two initials spanning 2-3 lines. They are sparsely decorated with additional squiggles.
  • Paratext: On fol. 16r, the catchword is decorated with squiggles and flourish.
  • There are a few additions in the margins, mostly crosses and "NB" in light brown ink.
  • On fol. 37cv, a (contemporary?) hand has written:
    "blekes(?)"
    and
    "Þesse penne Er ærulaus"
    .

The codicologcial unit is kept in a jacket made of thin cardboard. On the front cover,
"AM 116, 8vo, I"
is written in dark ink. Inside the jacket, there is support for the individual quires.
The codicological unit was written in Iceland. Kålund dates it to the seventeenth century (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 400).
Árni Magnússon acquired the codicological unit in 1708 from Jón Þorláksson who called it "Fljótsdæla" (see AM-slip a). He had recently received the codicological unit from Vopnafjörður (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 400)

Former Physical Context:
AM 116 II 8vo CU2 (1631-16551601-1700, Iceland)
1. (1r-22v) Hrafnkels saga Icelandic Hrafn Kiels þättur þetta Þad var a dögum Haraldz konungs hins hárfagra og þotte mikler menn fyrir sier, og lykur þar fra Hrafnkiel ad seigia. 2. (22v-40v) Gunnars saga Keldugnúpsfífls Hier Bijriar ad seigia af Gunnare Kielldu gnups fifli. 1 Cap. Þorgrijmur hiet madur þotte þat allt nein mikler menn fyrer sier og lykur þar þessare sögu af Gunnare Kielldu nups fifle:
Codex
Paper
40155 mm x 100 mm
The watermark is a double-lined serpent on a Latin cross with a plinth underneath. The watermark is slightly off center, so that the top (the serpent) is completely visible on one leaf and the second half of that bifolium does not show any watermark. The details are:
  • Fol. 1: "blank"
  • Fol. 2: "blank"
  • Fol. 3: plinth
  • Fol. 4: "blank"
  • Fol. 5: "blank"
  • Fol. 6: plinth (with end of serpent)
  • Fol. 7: serpent (top)
  • Fol. 8: "blank"
  • Fol. 9: "blank"
  • Fol. 10: "blank"
  • Fol. 11: plinth
  • Fol. 12: "blank"
  • Fol. 13: "blank"
  • Fol. 14: plinth (with end of serpent)
  • Fol. 15: serpent (top)
  • Fol. 16: "blank"
  • Fol. 17: "blank"
  • Fol. 18: "blank"
  • Fol. 19: plinth
  • Fol. 20: "blank"
  • Fol. 21: "blank"
  • Fol. 22: plinth (with end of serpent)
  • Fol. 23: serpent (top)
  • Fol. 24: "blank"
  • Fol. 25: [different watermark, unidentified]
  • Fol. 26: "blank"
  • Fol. 27: "blank"
  • Fol. 28: "blank"
  • Fol. 29: serpent (top)
  • Fol. 30: "blank"
  • Fol. 31: "blank"
  • Fol. 32: [different watermark, unidentified]
  • Fol. 33: "blank"
  • Fol. 34: "blank"
  • Fol. 35: plinth (with end of serpent)
  • Fol. 36: "blank"
  • Fol. 37: "blank"
  • Fol. 38: serpent (top)
  • Fol. 39: serpent (top)
  • Fol. 40: "blank"

There is later foliation in purple in the bottom margins (1-40).There is modern foliation in pencil in the top outer corners (1-40).
There is later foliation in dark red ink on fol. 1r (38) and 22r (59).
There are five quires.
  • Quire I: fols. 1-8 (1+8, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5) (4 bifolia) Note: Only fols. 4+5 have not been repaired and re-joined. This seems, however, to be an original quire.
  • Quire II: fols. 9-16 (9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13) (4 bifolia) Note: All leaves have been repaired, but this is probably an original quire.
  • Quire III: fols. 17-24 (17+24, 18+23, 19+22, 20+21) (4 bifolia) Note: Only fols. 20+21 have not been repaired and re-joined. This seems, however, to be an original quire.
  • Quire IV: fols. 25-32 (25+32, 26+31, 27+30, 28+29) (4 bifolia) Note: All leaves have been repaired, but this is probably an original quire.
  • Quire V: fols. 33-40 (33+40, 34+39, 35+38, 36+37) (4 bifolia) Note: Only fols. 36+37 have not been repaired and joined. Fols. 35+38 do not originally belong together, but may have been singletons from the beginning.
There are no quire signatures.There are catchwords on many pages, but not on all. Mostly the catchwords are on the recto-sides, sometimes on the verso-sides of the leaves, though always on the last leaf of a quire.
  • The leaves have darkened considerably, especially at the quire boundaries (fols. 1r, 8v-9r, 16v-17r, 24v-25r, 32v-33r and 40v), but also fols. 4v-5r, 20v-21r, 22v-23r and 36v-37r. Note: Fol. 40v is darker, but a relative cleanliness in the centre of the page indicates that is was probably not at the end of a manuscript but rather followed by another quire.
  • There are many stains through-out the manuscript. On the last four leaves, there are large brown stains, which are very pronounced in the top and outer margin (middle).
  • Many leaves have been repaired extensively at the edges and close to the spine using Japanese paper.
  • The still intact edges have not been trimmed.
The text is written in one column. 125 mm x 75 mm22-2524-25
Bjarni Jónsson Hybrida Sole
Info: (Springborg 1969, 313)
  • Initial: The main initials span 4 (fol. 1r) and 11 lines (fol. 22v). They are intricately decorated with additional lines, curls and dots and partly leaf-like additions. The initial on fol. 22v, the letter "Þ", has a face drawn into the bowl. The figure has hair on its forehead and the chin.
  • Paratext: The rubrics are written larger and in a plain kind of chancery script.
  • Paratext: A few of the catchwords are decorated with a small zigzag line to the left.
  • Frieze: On fol. 22v, at the end of the text, there is a small tailpiece.
  • The chapters are indicated in the margins (possibly by the scribe) by means of a short horizontal line and the chapter number.
  • The scribe has made some corrections in the margins.
  • A later hand has added "NB" and marking lines and crosses in the margins using brown ink.

The codicologcial unit is kept in a modern jacket made of thin cardboard. On the front cover,
"AM 116, 8vo, II"
is written in dark ink. Inside the jacket, there is support for the individual quires.
The codicological unit was written in Iceland probably in Mýri or Skarði during the years 1631-1655 (Springborg 1969, 314-315). Kålund dates it to the seventeenth century (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 400).
According to AM-slip c (see above) that cites a now lost letter written by Jón Hákonarson in 1698, the codicological unit was previously owned by the pastor Tómas Þórðarson from Snæfjöll (Staður, Snæfjallaströnd) (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 400). Peter Springborg draws the conclusion that Árni Magnússon bought the codicological unit in 1697 (Springborg 1969, 289).

Former Physical Context:
Codex
Paper
17Note: This physical description accounts for parts AM 116 III 8vo CU3-4.

The codicologcial unit is kept in a modern jacket made of thin cardboard. On the front cover,
"AM 116, 8vo, III"
is written in dark ink. Inside the jacket, there is support for the individual quires.
AM 116 III 8vo CU3 (1660, Iceland)
1. (1r-5v) Jökuls þáttur Búasonar Icelandic Þattur Jỏkuls Búasonar hins frækna Þad er af þessum Jökle ad seigia og vard mikill høfdinge og lýkur hér svo frá honum ad segja. Anno 1660: 26: jänúarj. Note: Fol. 1 is a later addition written by Árni Magnússon; fol. 1bis is blank. The lower part of fol. 5v is blank.
Codex
Paper
6153-165 mm x 98-100 mm
The watermark in the original part is a jug with one handle and a decorated lid. On top of the lid is a quatrefoil. There is no countermark visible. The details are:
  • Fol. 1: "blank"
  • Fol. 1bis: [Some kind of letter?]
  • Fol. 2: "blank"
  • Fol. 3: jug (smaller part)
  • Fol. 4: lid (smaller part)
  • Fol. 5: "blank"

There is later foliation in red ink in the top outer corner of fol. 1r (78).There is later foliation in purple ink in the bottom margins of fols. 2r-5r (1-4).
There is later foliation in pencil in the bottom margins of fols. 1r-5r correcting the purple foliation (1-5), not counting fol. 1bis.
There are two quires:
  • Quire I: fols. 1-1bis (1+1bis) (1 bifolium)
  • Quire II: fols. 2-5 (2+5, 3+4) (2 bifolia) Note: The four leaves have been joined during conservation, but do not belong together. Originally, fols. 2, 4 and 5 formed three bifolia together with the last three leaves of AM 109 a 8vo II CU4, while fol. 3 was presumably a singleton leaf, since there is no text missing.
There are no quire signatures.There are catchwords on every page except for fol. 5v.
  • The leaves are untrimmed.
  • The paper is rather dark with many stains, especially on fol. 5v.
  • All leaves have been repaired close to the spine.
The text is written in one column. 135 mm x 80 mm29-3010-13
Brynjólfur Jónsson Hyrbida Sole
Info: Brynjólfur Jónsson of Efstaland (†1664) (Slay 1960, 160)
There is no decoration in this part, but no original rubric or initial, either.
  • Fols. 1-1bis are later additions by Árni Magnússon. On fol. 1r-1v he copied the beginning of the saga. On fol. 1bisr, remnants of smeared writing in Latin, also in his hand, are visible (vertically):
    "Novo rerum andine."
    Note: The bifolium may have been used as a jacket for the then loose leaves.
  • On fol. 1bisv, a later hand has added:
    "perle"
    .
  • On fol. 5v, underneath the end of the text, a later hand has added:
    "Ender ä þessum Sỏgu Þætte"
    .
The codicological unit was written in Iceland in 1660 (see colophon).
It is hitherto unknown when or how Árni Magnússon acquired the larger manuscript, of which this was a part.

Former Physical Context:
  • When Árni Magnússon acquired the codicological unit it was part of Ms16.


AM 116 III 8vo CU4 (1660, Iceland)
1. (1r-10v) Saga af Ormi Stórólfssyni Saga af Orme Störolfssyne Hængur er madur nefndur hann hiellt vel tru sijna of vardellidaudud[!] og endast hier svo saga Ormz Störolfs sonar. Anno 1660: 15: mäj Note: Fol. 1 was written by one of Árni Magnússon's scribes. Fol. 1bis is blank. The lower half of fol. 10v is blank.
Codex
Paper
11155-160 mm x 98-100 mm
The watermark in the original part is a large foolscap in a collar with five bells. The countermark consists of two or three(?) letters. The details are:
  • Fol. 1: "blank"
  • Fol. 1bis: "blank"
  • Fol. 2: countermark
  • Fol. 3: foolscap (collar, cross)
  • Fol. 4: countermark
  • Fol. 5: foolscap (face)
  • Fol. 6: foolscap (collar, no cross)
  • Fol. 7: countermark (smaller part)
  • Fol. 8: countermark (larger part)
  • Fol. 9: foolscap (collar, cross)
  • Fol. 10: foolscap (back of head)

There is later foliation in red ink in the top outer corner of fol. 1r (83).There is later foliation in purple ink in the bottom margins of fols. 2r-10r (1-9).
There is later foliation in pencil in the bottom margins of fols. 1r-10r correcting the purple foliation (1-10), not foliation fol. 1bis.
There are three quires:
  • Quire I: fols. 1-1bis (1+1bis) (1 bifolium)
  • Quire II: fols. 2-3 (2, 3) (2 singletons) Note:
  • Quire III: fols. 4-10 (4, 5+10, 6+9, 7+8) (1 singleton, 3 bifolia) Note: At the end of the manuscript, there is a small strip, the remnant of an 11th leaf, which was the last leaf in the quire. There are some numbers (1-4) visible in its margin.
There is a quire signature on fol. 4r (P:).There are catchwords on each page.
  • The leaves are untrimmed.
  • The paper has darkened, especially fol. 3v-4r.
  • Most leaves have been repaired close to the spine.
The text is written in one column. 135 mm x 80 mm29-307-10
Brynjólfur Jónsson Hyrbida Sole
Info: Brynjólfur Jónsson of Efstaland (†1664) (Slay 1960, 160)
  • Initial: There are decorated initials on the added leaf 1r (ca. 3 lines). The initials in the main text are only slightly larger than the text.
  • Paratext: The rubrics and first lines of a paragraph are emphasised by menas of a different script type (on the added leaf) or slightly larger script (in the original part).
  • Paratext: On fol. 5v, the catchword is decorated with an angled line.
  • Fols. 1-1bis are added later. Fol. 1 contains the beginning of the text written by one of Árni Magnússon's scribes, while fol. 1bis is blank. Note: The bifolium may have been used as a jacket for the then loose leaves.
There is no additional material.
Written in Iceland in 1660 (see colophon).
It is hitherto unknown when or how Árni Magnússon acquired the larger manuscript, of which this was a part.

Former Physical Context:
  • When Árni Magnússon acquired the codicological unit it was part of Ms16.


AM 116 IV 8vo CU5 (1601-1700, Iceland)
1. (1r-22v) Víglundar saga og Ketilríðar Icelandic Wijglundar Saga Capitule 1 Haralldur hinn harfagri ad þessara manna athofnum. Og lykur hier sögu wyglundar.
Codex
Paper
22167 mm x 10 mm
The watermark is a foolscap in a collar with five(?) bells and a chain behind the head. The watermark is difficult to see due to the condition of the paper. The details are:
  • Fol. 1: "blank"
  • Fol. 2: foolscap (top, chain)
  • Fol. 3: foolscap (bottom, extension line)
  • Fol. 4: "blank"
  • Fol. 5: "blank"
  • Fol. 6: foolscap (bottom)
  • Fol. 7: foolscap (top, face)
  • Fol. 8: "blank"
  • Fol. 9: "blank"
  • Fol. 10: foolscap (bottom)
  • Fol. 11: foolscap (top, chain)
  • Fol. 12: "blank"
  • Fol. 13: "blank"
  • Fol. 14: foolscap (top, face)
  • Fol. 15: foolscap (bottom, extension line)
  • Fol. 16: "blank"
  • Fol. 17: "blank"
  • Fol. 18: Foolscap (face?)
  • Fol. 19: foolscap (bottom, extension line)
  • Fol. 20: "blank"
  • Fol. 21: "blank"
  • Fol. 22: [?]

There is later foliation in purple in the bottom margin (1-22).There is later foliation in dark red ink on fol. 1r (93).
There are four quires.
  • Quire I: fols. 1-8 (1+8, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5) (4 bifolia)
  • Quire II: fols. 9-16 (9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13) (4 bifolia)
  • Quire III: fols. 17-18 (17+18) (1 bifolium) Note: Fols. 17 and 18 did not originally form a bifolium, but were joined during conservation. Originally, they formed the outer two bifolia in the following quire, of which the last two leaves are missing.
  • Quire IV: fols. 19-22 (19+22, 20+21) (2 bifolia) Note: This used to be a quire of four bifolia (see above).
There are no quire signatures.There are catchwords on every page.
  • The leaves have darkened considerably and are stained.
  • The edges are untrimmed and rather dirty.
  • There are modern repairs close to the spine.
  • The ink is heavily bleeding through the paper.
The text is written in one column. 140-145 mm x 90 mm25-2910-13
Unknown Kurrent Sole
Info: Minor parts of the text and the rubrics were written in chancery script.
  • Initial: The first initials of each chapter are written larger than the rest of the text (1-3 lines).
  • Paratext: The rubrics are emphasised by means of slightly larger letters and chancery script.
  • Paratext: Some of the catchwords are decorated with an angled line to the left and below the catchword.
  • There are a few later additions in pencil, mainly underlining words and marking passages with a cross in the margins.

The codicologcial unit is kept in a modern jacket made of thin cardboard. On the front cover,
"AM 116, 8vo, IV"
is written in dark ink. Inside the jacket, there is support for the individual quires.
The codicological unit was written in Iceland and Kålund dates it to seventeenth century (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 400).
It is hitherto unknown when or how Árni Magnússon acquired this codicological unit.

Former Physical Context:
AM 116 V 8vo CU6 (1601-1700, Iceland)
1. (1r-16r) Um Þangbrand prest Icelandic Um Þangbrand prest Þorhallur hiet madur norrænn ad ætt hefur kristni syþan avkist og eflst enn alldri eydst. Note: Fol. 16v was probably originally blank (see additions).
Codex
Paper
16167 mm x 102 mm
There is a large round watermark, possibly a wheel. The details are:
  • Fol. 1: "blank"
  • Fol. 2: round watermark, small part
  • Fol. 3: round watermark, small part
  • Fol. 4: "blank"
  • Fol. 5: "blank"
  • Fol. 6: round watermark, large part
  • Fol. 7: round watermark, large part
  • Fol. 8: "blank"
  • Fol. 9: round watermark, large part
  • Fol. 10: "blank"
  • Fol. 11: "blank"
  • Fol. 12: round watermark, large part
  • Fol. 13: round watermark, small part
  • Fol. 14: "blank"
  • Fol. 15: "blank"
  • Fol. 16: round watermark, small part

There is later foliation in purple in the bottom margins (1-16).There is later foliation in dark red ink in the top outer corner on fol. 1r (115).
There are two quires:
  • Quire I: fols. 1-8 (1+8, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5) (4 bifolia)
  • Quire II: fols. 9-16 (9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13) (4 bifolia)
There are no quire signatures.There are catchwords on most pages.
  • The leaves have darkened and show some stains. Note: Fol. 16v is especially dirty and the script is fading, indicating that this may have been at the end of manuscript. Fol. 1r, on the other hand, is somewhat cleaner.
  • The top and bottom edges as well as the corners of some leaves have been repaired using Japanese paper.
The text is written in one column. 140-150 mm x 80 mm22-2521-24
Unknown Hybrida Sole
  • Initial: The first initial spans three wide lines and is decorated by means of bold lines and curls.
  • Paratext: The rubric is written vaguely larger than the rest of the text.
  • There are a few additions in the margins correcting the text. They may be in the hand of the scribe, but were written in lighter ink.
  • On top of fol. 16v, there are seven lines written in a different hand elaborating on the word
    "kaprún"
    . The lines were written in light brown ink, which is fading and difficult to read. The rest of the page is blank.

The codicologcial unit is kept in a modern jacket made of thin cardboard. On the front cover,
"AM 116, 8vo, V"
is written in dark ink. Inside the jacket, there is support for the individual quires.
The codicological unit was written in Iceland. Kålund dates it to the seventeenth century (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 400).
It is hitherto unknown when or how Árni Magnússon acquired this codicological unit.

Former Physical Context:
Last update: 2015.
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