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Arons saga Hjörleifssonar (standardised Old Norse spelling: Arons saga Hjǫrleifssonar) recounts the life of Aron Hjörleifsson, an important contemporary of Sturla Sighvatsson and Bishop Guðmundr Arason. The saga has been dated to around 1340, though it survives first in a fifteenth-century vellum fragment (AM 551d beta 4to), with the earliest complete texts being the paper manuscripts AM 212 fol., AM 426 fol., and AM 399 4to (known as the Codex Resenianus).

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  • Arons saga Hjörleifssonar (nórdico antiguo: Arons saga Hjǫrleifssonar) es uno de los libros de la saga Sturlunga, una de las sagas islandesas que narran la historia de la Mancomunidad Islandesa, que relata la vida de Aron Hjörleifsson y su papel en la guerra civil, periodo conocido como Sturlungaöld. La saga se ha fechado hacia 1340 y sobrevive un fragmento de una copia manuscrita del siglo XV (AM 551d beta 4.º), y los primeros textos originales AM 212 fol., AM 426 fol., y AM 399 4.º (conocido como Codex Resenianus). Aron era partidario del obispo Guðmundur Arason, y según la saga uno de los más famosos guerreros de su tiempo. Fue proscrito por el caudillo Sturla Sighvatsson, opositor del obispo, tiempo que dedicó a la peregrinación a Jerusalén y acabando sus días en la corte de Haakon IV
  • Arons saga Hjörleifssonar (standardised Old Norse spelling: Arons saga Hjǫrleifssonar) recounts the life of Aron Hjörleifsson, an important contemporary of Sturla Sighvatsson and Bishop Guðmundr Arason. The saga has been dated to around 1340, though it survives first in a fifteenth-century vellum fragment (AM 551d beta 4to), with the earliest complete texts being the paper manuscripts AM 212 fol., AM 426 fol., and AM 399 4to (known as the Codex Resenianus).
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  • Arons saga Hjörleifssonar (nórdico antiguo: Arons saga Hjǫrleifssonar) es uno de los libros de la saga Sturlunga, una de las sagas islandesas que narran la historia de la Mancomunidad Islandesa, que relata la vida de Aron Hjörleifsson y su papel en la guerra civil, periodo conocido como Sturlungaöld. La saga se ha fechado hacia 1340 y sobrevive un fragmento de una copia manuscrita del siglo XV (AM 551d beta 4.º), y los primeros textos originales AM 212 fol., AM 426 fol., y AM 399 4.º (conocido como Codex Resenianus). Aron era partidario del obispo Guðmundur Arason, y según la saga uno de los más famosos guerreros de su tiempo. Fue proscrito por el caudillo Sturla Sighvatsson, opositor del obispo, tiempo que dedicó a la peregrinación a Jerusalén y acabando sus días en la corte de Haakon IV de Noruega. Aunque en principio los historiadores no la consideran parte de la compilación de la saga Sturlunga, normalmente se incluye en la misma por los importantes eventos de aquel momento que se detallan. Aunque no es una fuente fiable, sí proporciona interesantes evidencias para las interacciones de las fuentes escritas, memoria e identidad de Islandia bajo el gobierno de la corona noruega en el siglo XIV.
  • Arons saga Hjörleifssonar (standardised Old Norse spelling: Arons saga Hjǫrleifssonar) recounts the life of Aron Hjörleifsson, an important contemporary of Sturla Sighvatsson and Bishop Guðmundr Arason. The saga has been dated to around 1340, though it survives first in a fifteenth-century vellum fragment (AM 551d beta 4to), with the earliest complete texts being the paper manuscripts AM 212 fol., AM 426 fol., and AM 399 4to (known as the Codex Resenianus). The saga portrays Aron (c. 1200–55) as a supporter of Bishop Guðmundr, and as in turn receiving the benefits of Guðmundr's numinous assistance; it seems to have been written in the wake of the attempts to have Guðmundr canonised around 1320. It claims that Aron was one of the most famous warriors of his time, becoming an outlaw at the hands of Sturla Sighvatsson, travelling as a pilgrim to Jerusalem, and ending his life at the court of Haakon IV of Norway. Arons saga is not part of the compilation of sagas about Aron's time known as Sturlunga saga, but stands alongside Sturlunga saga as an important depiction of events at that time. While not a straightforwardly reliable source for the time it describes, it does provide interesting evidence for the interactions of written sources, memory, and Icelandic identity under Norwegian rule in the fourteenth century.
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