Árni Magnússon’s rearrangement of paper manuscripts

Repository for PhD project files by Beeke Stegmann

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							<binding><p>The current binding is a modern half binding with fabric on the boards. <note>The current flyleaves belong to this binding.</note></p>
							<p>Before, the manuscript was bound in a cardboard binding with marbled paper on the boards. The flyleaves and pastedowns of the older binding 
							are blank. On the flyleaves, parts of two different countermarks (the letters <q>ÅÖ</q> and <q>IL</q>) can be read.</p></binding>
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								<locus from="1r:1" to="46r:23"/> 
								<title type="uniform">Elís saga og Rósamundu</title>
								<textLang mainLang="is">Icelandic</textLang>
								<rubric>Eles Saga</rubric>
								<incipit>Heijred Hosker men<ex>n</ex> fæg<ex>ra</ex> fræsỏgn af eyn<ex>um</ex>
									dyrdl<ex>e</ex>gum<ex>m</ex> og heidarl<ex>e</ex>gu<ex>m</ex>
									h<ex>er</ex>tugæ</incipit>
								<explicit>þad ueite os <ex>Iesus</ex> Ch<ex>ri</ex>st<ex>us</ex> án enda
									 og läte oss alla þ<ex>a</ex>ng<ex>at</ex> venda Am<ex>en</ex></explicit>
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										<watermark ana="yes">There are different watermarks, but due to the condition of the paper, some of them are difficult to see.
											The first watermark is a foolscap in a collar with seven bells.
											<p>The details are: 
												<list>
												<item>Fol. 1: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 2: foolscap (bottom, smaller part)</item>
													<item>Fol. 3: foolscap (top, smaller part)</item>
													<item>Fol. 4: foolscap (top, larger part)</item>
													<item>Fol. 5: foolscap (bottom, larger part)</item>
													<item>Fol. 6: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 7: [watermark] (small part)</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 8: [watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 9: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 10: [watermark]</item> 
													<item>Fol. 11: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 12: "blank"?</item>
													<item>Fol. 13: [watermark]?</item>
													<item>Fol. 14: "blank"?</item>
													<item>Fol. 15: [watermark]?</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 16: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 17: [large watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 18: [large watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 19: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 20: "blank"</item> <!-- bifolium with 19 -->
													<item>Fol. 21: [watermark]?</item>
													<item>Fol. 22: [watermark]?</item>
													<item>Fol. 23: "blank"</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 24: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 25: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 26: [watermark]?</item>
													<item>Fol. 27: [watermark]?</item> <!-- bifolium with 28 -->
													<item>Fol. 28: [watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 29: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 30: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 31: ?</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 32: [watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 33: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 34: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 35: ?</item>
													<item>Fol. 36: ?</item>
													<item>Fol. 37: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 38: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 39: ?</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 40: [watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 41: ?</item>
													<item>Fol. 42: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 43: [watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 44: [watermark]</item>
													<item>Fol. 45: ?</item>
													<item>Fol. 46: "blank"?</item> 
													<!-- 1 leaf missing (see CU2) -->
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										</watermark> 
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									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in purple in the top left-hand corners (1-46).</foliation> 
									<collation>
										<p>There are nine quires: <list>
												<item>I: fols. 1-6 (1+6, 2+5, 3+4) (3 bifolia)</item> 
											<item>II: fols. 7-8 (7+8) (1 bifolium) <note>The leaves have been joined during later repair. Originally, fol. 7 was part of the preceding quire and 
											fol. 8 of the following.</note></item>
												<item>III: fols. 9-14 (9+14, 10+13, 11+12) (3 bifolia) <note>All leaves were repaired close to the spine, but form original bifolia. This quire used to contain one
												more bifolium: 8+15.</note></item>
												<item>IV: fols. 15-24 (15+24, 16+23, 17+22, 18+21, 19+20) (5 bifolia) <note>All leaves have been repaired close to the fold, 
													but some of the bifolia (e.g. 19+20), are still connected. Originally, this was a quire of four bifolia: 16+23, 17+22, 18+21, 19+20.</note></item>
												<item>V: fols. 25-30 (25+30, 26+29, 27+28) (3 bifolia) <note>Originally, fol. 24 from the previous quire and fol. 31 from the following
													formed the outermost bifolium of this quire.</note></item>
											<item>VI: fols. 31+32 (31+32) (1 bifolium) <note>The leaves have been joined. Originally, they formed part of the preceding and following quires.</note></item>
											<item>VII: fols. 33-38 (33+38, 34+37, 35+36) (3 bifolia) <note>Originally, fol. 32 from the previous quire and fol. 39 from the following
												formed the outermost bifolium of this quire.</note></item>
											<item>VIII: fols. 39-40 (39+40) (1 bifolium) <note>The leaves have been joined. Originally, they formed part of the preceding and following quires.</note></item>
											<item>IX: fols. 41-46 (41+46, 42+45, 43+44) (3 bifolia) <note>Originally, fol. 40 from the previous quire and fol. 48 of <ref>AM 119 a 8vo CU2</ref>
													formed the outermost bifolium of this quire.</note></item>
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										</p>
										<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
										<catchwords>There are catchwords on all verso-sides of the leaves.</catchwords>
									</collation>
									<condition><p>The leaves have darkened considerably.</p>
									<p>Especially at original quire boundaries and at times at the centre of the quires, the pages are dirty and the script is fading.</p>
									<p>The leaves are untrimmed and most corners are damaged or have been cut.</p>
									<p>Most leaves have been repaired close to the spine using Japanese paper.</p>
									<p>There are modern repairs here and there at the edges and the corners.</p></condition> 
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							<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">The initials span 1-4 lines and are decorated using bold lines, 
								additional strokes and partly other flourishing and dots.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The rubrics and the first lines of sections are written larger than the main text.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">Some catchwords are decorated with a line to the left or below the catchword.</decoNote></decoDesc>
							<additions><p/></additions>

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						<history>
							<origin>The codicological unit was written in northern <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>.
								Kålund dates it to the <date notBefore="1601" notAfter="1700">seventeenth century</date> 
								<bibl>Katalog II, <biblScope unit="page">402</biblScope></bibl>, whereas Lise Præstgaard Andersen
								specifies that it must have been written
								<origDate notBefore="1660" notAfter="1663">before 1663</origDate>
								<bibl><ref target="EA-B28">Lise Prætgaard Andersen</ref> 1983, <biblScope unit="page">xl-xliv</biblScope></bibl>.
							</origin>
							
							<provenance>
								<p>It is hitherto unknown when or how <name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> received 
									the larger manuscript, of which this codicological unit was a part. </p>
								<p>The fols. <locus>16-23</locus> were for some time placed with <ref>AM 146 a 8vo</ref>, but had been moved back 
									in 1894 <bibl>Katalog II, <biblScope unit="page">402</biblScope></bibl>.</p>

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									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU1" passive="#JO080119" n="1"/>
								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>AM 456 fol.</bibl></listBibl> 
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								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>BS</bibl><bibl>Jónas Kristjánsson 1964, <biblScope unit="page">lvi-lviii</biblScope></bibl></listBibl>
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							<idno>AM 119 a 8vo CU2</idno>
						</msIdentifier>
						
						<msContents>
							<msItem n="1">
								<locus from="47v:1" to="80r:29"/> 
								<title type="uniform">Gibbons saga</title>
								<textLang mainLang="is">Icelandic</textLang>
								<rubric>Gibbons saga</rubric>
								<incipit>Vilhialmur hefur
									kongur heitid</incipit>
								<explicit>styrdi Synu<ex>m</ex> Rykiu<ex>m</ex> m<ex>ed</ex> Sæ<ex>m</ex>d og
										æru og lyk<ex>ir</ex> hi<ex>er</ex> þ<ex>e</ex>tta æf<ex>i</ex>ntyr
										Fynis</explicit>
								<note>The original rubric ("Hier ept<ex>ir</ex> Biriast sag<ex>an</ex> af Gybbon", fol. <locus>46r</locus> of <ref>AM 119 a 8vo CU1</ref>) 
									and the beginning of the text (on fol. <locus>46v</locus> of <ref>AM 119 a 8vo CU1</ref>)
								were crossed out. As a replacement, the leaves <locus>[47a] and 47</locus> were added to the manuscript. On the verso-side of fol. <locus>47</locus>,
								the beginning of the text was copied (see additions).</note>
								<note>The lower half of fol. <locus>54v</locus> is blank, fol. <locus>68</locus> was
									originally blank, and fol. <locus>69</locus> was mostly blank except for seven lines of writing on its recto-side.</note>
								<note>Fol. <locus>80v</locus> contained the beginning of <title>Sigurðar saga fóts</title>. The 26 lines were crossed out with three long lines.
								The text is now found in <ref>AM 588 p 4to CU1</ref>.</note>
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											<width unit="mm" atLeast="95" atMost="100"/>
										</dimensions>
										<watermark ana="yes"><p>For most parts, the watermark cannot be identified due to the condition of the paper.
											In quires III-IV, a large symmetrical watermark, possibly a crown, is visible.</p>
											<p>The leaves <locus>[47a]</locus> and <locus>47</locus> show different countermarks. On fol. <locus>[47a]</locus>, <q>VI(?)</q> can be made
											out, while the mark on fol. <locus>47</locus> reads <q><gap/>HDARY</q>.</p>
										</watermark> 
										
									</support>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in purple ink in the top left-hand corners starting on fol. <locus>48r</locus> (1-33).</foliation> 
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in pencil in the bottom right-hand corners (47-80), not foliating the first leaf of the added bifolium.</foliation>
									<collation>
										<p>There are five quires: <list>
											<item>I: fols. [47a]-50 ([47a], 47, 48+49, 50) (1 bifolia, 3 singleton) <note>The leaves [47a] and 47 are later additions and have been joined to form a
												bifolium. Fols. 48 and 49 have also been joined during conservation. Originally, fol. 48 was the last leaf in the final quire of <ref>AM 119 a 8vo CU1</ref> and
												fols. 49-50 were part of the following quire.</note></item>
											<item>II: fols. 51-54 (51+54, 52+53) (2 bifolia) <note>All leaves have been repaired close to the spine. 
												Originally, fols. 49-50 were part of this quire, presumably as singletons: 49, 50, 51+54, 52+53.</note></item>
											<item>III: fols. 55-62 (55+62, 56+61, 57+60, 58+69) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
											<item>IV: fols. 63-69 (63+69, 64, 65+68, 66+67) (3 bifolia, 1 singleton) <note>Fol. 64 is attached to fol. 68v. Originally, 
												fols. 70-71 also belonged to this quire, probably as a bifolium:
												63+69, 64, 65+68, 66+67, 70+71.</note></item>
											<item>V: fols. 70-79 (70, 71+80, 72+79, 73+78, 74+77, 75+76) (1 singleton, 5 bifolia) <note>Only fols. 72-79 form original bifolia and used to be in a quire of four.
											Fols. 70-71 once belonged to the preceding quire and fol. 80 used to be part of the first quire of the current <ref>AM 588 p 4to CU1</ref>.</note></item>
											
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										</p>
										<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
										
										<catchwords>There are catchwords on most verso-sides of the leaves.</catchwords>
									</collation>
									<condition><p>The leaves have darkened considerably.</p>
											<p>Especially at original quire boundaries and at times at the centre of the quires, the pages are dirty and the script is fading.</p>
											<p>The leaves are untrimmed and most corners are damaged or have been cut.</p>
											<p>Most leaves have been repaired close to the spine using Japanese paper.</p>
											<p>There are modern repairs here and there at the edges and the corners.</p> 
										<p>On fols. <locus>55-62</locus>, the ink bleeds through the paper.</p></condition> 
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							<handDesc hands="1">
								<handNote scribeRef="#OlaJon021" scope="sole" script="hybrida"/>
							</handDesc>
							
							<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">The initials span 1-3 lines and are decorated using bold lines, 
								additional strokes and partly other flourishing and dots.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The rubrics and the first lines of sections are written larger than the main text.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">Some catchwords are decorated with a line to the left or below the catchword.</decoNote></decoDesc>
							
							<additions>
								<p>The leaves <locus>[47a] and 47</locus> are a later addition by <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>. One of his
									scribes copied the beginning of the text from fol. <locus>46v</locus> of the previous
									CU onto fol. <locus>47v</locus>. <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> has added the rubric <q>Gibbons saga.</q>
									He has written the same title on top of fol. <locus>[47ar]</locus>.</p>
								<p>On the originally blank fol. <locus>68r</locus> a later hand has has added in brown ink: <q>Þessa Bök ä Oläfur Jons son hu<ex>or</ex>ia h<ex>an</ex>n
								hefur sialfur saman<ex>n</ex> skrifad. Olafur Jons son m<ex>ed</ex> An<ex>n</ex>ars hendi</q>.</p>
								<p>On the originally blank lower half of fol. <locus>69r</locus>, the same hand that has added the ownership note
									to fol. <locus>68r</locus> copied the first two and a half lines from fol. <locus>70r</locus>.</p></additions>
							
							
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						<history>
							<origin>The codicological unit was written in northern <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>.
								Kålund dates it to the <date notBefore="1601" notAfter="1700">seventeenth century</date> 
								<bibl>Katalog II, <biblScope unit="page">402</biblScope></bibl>, whereas Lise Præstgaard Andersen
								specifies that it must have been written
								<origDate notBefore="1660" notAfter="1663">before 1663</origDate>
								<bibl><ref target="EA-B28">Lise Prætgaard Andersen</ref> 1983, <biblScope unit="page">xl-xliv</biblScope></bibl>.
							</origin>
							
							<provenance>
								<p>It is hitherto unknown when or how <name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> received 
									the larger manuscript, of which this codicological unit was a part. The only other known owner is the scribe 
									<name type="person" key="#OlaJon021">Ólafur Jónsson</name> (see additions).</p>
								
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						<msIdentifier>
							<idno>AM 119 a 8vo CU3</idno>
						</msIdentifier>
						
						<msContents>
							<msItem n="1">
								<locus from="81r:1" to="100v:11"/>
								<title type="uniform">Partalopa saga</title>
								<textLang mainLang="is">Icelandic</textLang>
								<rubric>Partalopa Saga byriast her.</rubric>
								<incipit>Svo er sagt ad f<ex>irir</ex> Miklagarde ried sa keisare er
									Saragus hiet, hans dotter het Mar=moria</incipit>
								<explicit>o<ex>g</ex> m<ex>or</ex>gu<ex>m</ex> odr<ex>um</ex>
										st<ex>or</ex>laund<ex>um</ex> o<ex>g</ex> lyk<ex>ur</ex> So Sogu 
										f<ex>ra</ex>tal og gi<ex>e</ex>fe gud oss goda d<ex>a</ex>ga
										f<ex>irir</ex> vt<ex>an</ex> enda Am<ex>en</ex></explicit>
								<note>Fols. <locus>81-82</locus> were added later. Fol. <locus>81</locus> contains the beginning of the saga in the hand 
									of <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>, 
									while fol. <locus>82</locus> is blank. The original beginning of <title>Partalopa saga</title>
									is preserved in <ref>AM 109 a 8vo III CU7</ref>.</note>
								<note>The last 20 lines of fol. <locus>100v</locus> are crossed out.
									They contained the beginning of <title type="uniform">Viktors saga og Blávus</title>, which 
									is now found in <ref>AM 118 a 8vo CU3</ref>.</note>
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											<height unit="mm" quantity="152"/>  
											<width unit="mm" quantity="100"/> 
										</dimensions>
										<watermark ana="yes"><p>The watermark in the original leaves cannot be determined due to the condition of the paper.</p>
											<p>There are no watermarks (but vertical chain-lines) visible on the added bifolium <locus>81-82</locus>.</p>
										</watermark> 
									</support>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in purple in the top left-hand corners starting on fol. <locus>83r</locus> (1-18).</foliation>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in pencil in the bottom outer corners (81-100).</foliation>
									<collation>
										<p>There are four quires: <list>
											<item>I: fols. 81-82 (81+82) (1 bifolium) <note>This bifolium is a later addition. During conservation, fol. 70 of 
												<ref>AM 119 a 8vo CU2</ref> 
												has been attached to the outside of this bifolium.</note></item> 
											<item>II: fols. 83-86 (83+86, 84+85) (2 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item> 
											<item>III: fols. 87-93 (87, 88+93, 89+92, 90+91) (1 singleton, 3 bifolia) <note> Originally, fol. 94 was also part of this quire, forming
												a bifolium together with fol. 87.</note></item>
											<item>IV: fols. 94-96 (94, 95+96) (1 singleton, 1 bifolium) <note>Fol. 94 used to be part of the previous quire. The bifolium 95+96
											was joined during restoration and used to be part of the outermost two bifolia in the following quire.</note></item> 
											<item>V: fols. 97-100 (97+100, 98+99) (2 bifolia) <note>Fol. 98+99 form an original bifolium and used 
												to be at the centre of a larger quire, to which fols. 95 and 96 belonged as well as the first leaves of  
												<ref>AM 109 a 8vo III CU7</ref>.</note></item> 
										</list>
										</p>
										<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
										
										<catchwords>There are catchwords on most verso-sides f the leaves.</catchwords>
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									<condition><p>The leaves have darkened considerably.</p> 
										<p>Especially at original quire boundaries and at times at the centre of the quires, the pages are dirty and the script is fading.</p>
										<p>There are larger discolorations close to the fore-edge of some leaves.</p>
										<p>The leaves are untrimmed and most corners are damaged or have been cut.</p>
										<p>Most leaves have been repaired close to the spine using Japanese paper.</p>
										<p>There are modern repairs here and there at the edges and the corners.</p>
										<p>The inner margin of fol. <locus>83r</locus> is damaged and has been repaired where the added bifolium used to be glued on.</p>
									</condition> 
								</supportDesc>
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									<layout columns="1" writtenLines="27 29">
										<num type="wpl" atLeast="8" atMost="10"/>
										<dimensions type="written">
											<height unit="mm" quantity="135"/>
											<width unit="mm" atLeast="90" atMost="95"/>
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							<handDesc hands="1">
								<handNote scribeRef="#OlaJon021" scope="sole" script="hybrida"/>
							</handDesc>
							
							<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">The initials span 1-3 lines and are decorated using bold lines, 
								additional strokes and partly other flourishing and dots.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The rubrics and the first lines of sections are written larger than the main text.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">Some catchwords are decorated with a line to the left or below the catchword.</decoNote></decoDesc>
							
							<additions><p>The bifolium fols. <locus>81-82</locus> is an addition by <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>.
							He copied the beginning of the saga onto fols. <locus>81r:1-81v:5</locus>.</p></additions>
							<accMat></accMat>
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						<history>
							<origin>The codicological unit was written in northern <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>.
								Kålund dates it to the <date notBefore="1601" notAfter="1700">seventeenth century</date> 
								<bibl>Katalog II, <biblScope unit="page">402</biblScope></bibl>, whereas Lise Præstgaard Andersen
								specifies that it must have been written
								<origDate notBefore="1660" notAfter="1663">before 1663</origDate>
								<bibl><ref target="EA-B28">Lise Prætgaard Andersen</ref> 1983, <biblScope unit="page">xl-xliv</biblScope></bibl>.
							</origin>
							
							<provenance>
								<p>It is hitherto unknown when or how <name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> received 
									the larger manuscript, of which this codicological unit was a part.</p>
								
								<listRelation period="t0">
									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU3" passive="#AM080119a" n="3"/>
								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>BS</bibl></listBibl> 
								<listRelation period="t1">
									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU3" passive="#JO080119" n="6"/>
								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>AM 456 fol.</bibl></listBibl> 
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									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU3" passive="#BS15" n="8"/>
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							<idno>AM 119 a 8vo CU4</idno>
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							<msItem n="1">
								<locus from="100av:1" to="125v:9">100av:1-125v:9</locus> 
								<title type="uniform">Konráðs saga keisarasonar</title>
								<textLang mainLang="is">Icelandic</textLang>
								<rubric>Konrads Saga. 1 Cap</rubric>
								<incipit>Þad er upphaf þessrar frasögu</incipit> 
								<explicit>Sydan<ex>n</ex> og prydde þ<ex>e</ex><ex>n</ex>an<ex>n</ex> Rausnsamasta k<ex>on</ex>g þ<ex>ess</ex>v<ex>m</ex>
									ordu<ex>m</ex> o<ex>g</ex> er nu hi<ex>er</ex> lokid þ<ex>essar</ex>e
										f<ex>ra</ex>sog<ex>n</ex></explicit>
								<note>The bifolium fols. <locus>100a+101</locus> is a later addition by <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>.
									One of his scribes copied the beginning of the saga onto fol. <locus>100av</locus>. The original beginning is now found in <ref>AM 118 a 8vo CU2</ref>.</note>
								<note>The last seventeen lines on fol. <locus>125v</locus> are crossed out. They contained the beginning of <title type="uniform">Hjálmþérs saga og Ölvers</title>,
									which is now found in <ref>AM 109 a 8vo III CU7</ref>.</note>
								
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										<num type="book-block" value="26"/>
										<dimensions type="leaf">
											<height unit="mm" atLeast="145" atMost="155"/>  
											<width unit="mm" quantity="100"/> 
										</dimensions>
										<watermark ana="yes"> <p>The watermark in the original leaves cannot be determined due to the condition of the paper.</p>
											<p>The watermark in the added bifolium <locus>100a+101</locus> is a coat of arms of Amsterdam. The lower part is visible, and underneath the
											watermark the letters <q>cVA</q> can be read.</p>
										</watermark> 
									</support>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in purple in the top left-hand corners starting on fol. <locus>102r</locus> (1-24).</foliation>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in pencil in the bottom right-hand corners (100a-125).</foliation>
									<collation>
										<p>There are five quires: <list>
											<item>I: fols. 100a-101 (100a+101) (1 bifolium) <note>This is a later addition. The leaves have been repaired at the spine, but probably form
											an original bifolium.</note></item> 
											<item>II: fols. 102-105 (102+105, 103+104) (2 bifolia) <note>All leaves have been repaired close to the spine and joined into two bifolia.
											Originally, the singletons may have formed a full quaternion together with 
											the four last leaves of the current <ref>AM 118 a 8vo CU2</ref>.</note></item> 
											<item>III: fols. 106-113 (106+113, 107+112, 108+111, 109+110) (4 bifolia) <note>The leaves have been repaired, 
												but this is most likely an original quire.</note></item>
											<item>IV: fols. 114-121 (114+121, 115+120, 116+119, 117+118) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
											<item>V: fols. 122-125 (122+125, 123+124) (2 bifolia) <note>The leaves have been joined during later conservation.
												Originally, the leaves formed a quire of four bifolia together with the first four leaves in <ref>AM 109 a 8vo III CU7</ref>.</note></item>
										</list>
										</p>
										<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
										
										<catchwords>There are catchwords on most pages.</catchwords>
									</collation>
									<condition><p>The leaves have darkened considerably.</p> 
										<p>Especially at original quire boundaries and at times at the centre of the quires, the pages are dirty and the script is fading.</p>
										<p>There are larger discolorations close to the fore-edge of some leaves.</p>
										<p>The leaves are untrimmed and most corners are damaged or have been cut.</p>
										<p>Most leaves have been repaired close to the spine using Japanese paper.</p>
										<p>There are modern repairs here and there at the edges and the corners.</p>
									</condition> 
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									<layout columns="1" writtenLines="28 31">
										<num type="wpl" atLeast="8" atMost="10"/>
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											<height unit="mm" atLeast="130" atMost="135"/>
											<width unit="mm" atLeast="90" atMost="95"/>
										</dimensions>
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								</layoutDesc>
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							<handDesc hands="1">
								<handNote scribeRef="#OlaJon021" scope="sole" script="hybrida"/>
							</handDesc>
							
							<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">The initials span 1-3 lines and are decorated using bold lines, 
								additional strokes and partly other flourishing and dots.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The rubrics and the first lines of sections are written larger than the main text.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">Some catchwords are decorated with a line to the left or below the catchword.</decoNote></decoDesc>
							
							<additions><p>The bifolium fols. <locus>100a+101</locus> was added by <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>.
							One of his scribes copied the beginning of the saga onto fol. <locus>100av</locus>, while <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni</name>
								repeated the title on fol. <locus>100ar</locus>: <q>Konrads Saga.</q></p></additions>
							
							<accMat></accMat>
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						<history>
							<origin>The codicological unit was written in northern <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>.
								Kålund dates it to the <date notBefore="1601" notAfter="1700">seventeenth century</date> 
								<bibl>Katalog II, <biblScope unit="page">402</biblScope></bibl>, whereas Lise Præstgaard Andersen
								specifies that it must have been written
								<origDate notBefore="1660" notAfter="1663">before 1663</origDate>
								<bibl><ref target="EA-B28">Lise Prætgaard Andersen</ref> 1983, <biblScope unit="page">xl-xliv</biblScope></bibl>.
							</origin>
							
							<provenance>
								<p>It is hitherto unknown when or how <name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> received 
									the larger manuscript, of which this codicological unit was a part.</p>
								
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									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU4" passive="#AM080119a" n="4"/>
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								<listRelation period="t1">
									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU4" passive="#JO080119" n="4"/>
								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>AM 456 fol.</bibl></listBibl> 
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									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM080119aCU4" passive="#BS15" n="6"/>
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