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Sæmundur Sigfússon (or Sæmundur fróði) (Sæmundur the Learned) (1056–1133) was an Icelandic priest and scholar. Sæmundur is known to have studied abroad. Previously it has generally been held that he studied in France, but modern scholars rather believe his studies were carried out in Franconia. In Iceland he founded a long-lived school at Oddi. He was a member of the Oddaverjar clan and had the son Loftur Sæmundsson.

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  • Sæmundur Sigfússon (inn fróði) (* 1056 in Oddi; † 22. Mai 1133), meist einfach „Sæmundur fróði“ (= dt. Sæmundur, der Gelehrte) genannt, war Priester und Gelehrter in Island.
  • Sæmundr Sigfússon inn fróði, le « Savant », ou Sæmundur Sigfússon (1056- 22 mai 1133), est un prêtre et historien islandais. Il aurait fait ses études à Paris à la Svartiskóli (« l'École noire »). Ses écrits, en latin, sont aujourd’hui perdus. L'existence de son Histoire de la Norvège (Historia Norwegiae) nous est connue pour avoir été utilisée et citée par des auteurs après lui, comme Theodoricus Monachus, auteur de Historia de antiquitate regum Norwagiensium. Historia Norwegiae était une chronologie des rois norvégiens, tentant d'établir une concordance chronologique entre les principaux faits de l’histoire norvégienne et ceux des annales islandaises.
  • Sæmundur Sigfússon, of Sæmundr fróði, ook bekend als Sæmundur de geleerde of Sæmund de Wijze (1056 – 2 mei 1133) was een IJslandse priester en geleerde.
  • Сэ́мунд Мудрый (исл. Sæmundr fróði Sigfússon); 1056—1133) — исландский священник, писатель, учёный XII века, предок могущественного рода Людей из Одди.
  • Sæmundr Sigfússon zw. Sæmundr fróði (Sæmundr Uczony) (1056 – 1133) – islandzki uczony, dziejopisarz i ksiądz. Dotychczas uważano że studiował w Paryżu i uległ wpływom kultury średniowiecznej Francji, jednak raczej chodzi o Frankonię. Na Islandii utworzył szkołę w Oddi. Do jego dzieł zalicza się pracę, napisaną po łacinie, o dziejach norweskich rodów królewskich. Praca ta zginęła, jednak jest cytowana przez wielu późniejszych autorów, m.in. przez Snorri Sturlusona.
  • Sæmundur Sigfússon (or Sæmundur fróði) (Sæmundur the Learned) (1056–1133) was an Icelandic priest and scholar. Sæmundur is known to have studied abroad. Previously it has generally been held that he studied in France, but modern scholars rather believe his studies were carried out in Franconia. In Iceland he founded a long-lived school at Oddi. He was a member of the Oddaverjar clan and had the son Loftur Sæmundsson.
  • Sæmundr Sigfússon más conocido como Sæmundr fróði (apodado el Sabio, 1056-1133) fue un sacerdote y escaldo de Rangárvellir, Rangárvallasýsla, Islandia en el siglo XII. Era descendiente de los primeros colonos vikingos, su madre Thora era hija de Guðmundur Eyjólfsson ríki y su padre Sigfús Loðmundarson, un sacerdote de Oddi y descendiente de Hrafn heimski Valgarðsson.
  • È noto che studiò all'estero; precedentemente si è ritenuto che egli avesse studiato in Francia, ma gli studiosi moderni pensano invece che i suoi studi si siano svolti in Franconia. In Islanda fondò una scuola che durò a lungo ad Oddi. Era un membro del clan degli Oddaverjar; ebbe un figlio, Loftur Sæmundsson. Nel folclore islandese, Sæmundr è un personaggio che ingannò ripetutamente il diavolo ottenendo una vita molto più lunga del normale.
  • Sæmundr Sigfússon ou Sæmundr fróði (Sæmundr o sábio) (1056-1133) foi um padre, estudioso e poeta islandês. Sæmundr estudou em Paris e fundou, na Islândia, uma escola que durou por muito tempo, chamada Oddi. Ele era membro do clã dos Oddaverjar e teve um filho chamado Loftur Sæmundsson Sæmundr escreveu uma obra, provavelmente em Latim, sobre a história de reis noruegueses, por volta do ano 1120. O trabalho está perdido, hoje, mas serviu de referência a muitos autores antigos, incluindo Snorri Sturluson. O poema Nóregs konungatal resume o trabalho de Sæmundr.
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