If you are ever in Reykjavik and interested in archaeology related to the times of the sagas, the Settlement Museum is worth a visit. And if you can't visit inrob13567
Jackson Crawford continues to produce videos on aspects of learning Old Norse. I recently watched this video of an explanation of how nouns work:rob13567
... A king was called Ríkarð. ... He ruled to the east in Garðar. is literally ‘strongholds, settlements’; since it’s to the east, here itbmscotttg
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