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Sturla Sighvatsson (1199 – 21 August 1238) was an Icelandic chieftain or goði of the Sturlungar family clan who played an active role in the armed conflicts in Iceland during the Age of the Sturlungs (Icelandic: Sturlungaöld). Sturla was the son of Sighvatur Sturluson, brother of saga-writer Snorri Sturluson and lived on a farmstead in Sauðafell. Like his uncle, Sturla became a vassal to King Haakon IV of Norway, and fought to extend his influence in Iceland. Sturla was killed in the Battle of Örlygsstaðir.

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  • Sturla Sighvatsson (1199 – 21 de agosto de 1238) fue un caudillo medieval de Islandia, goði del clan Sturlungar. Sturla jugó un papel principal en el periodo de la guerra civil de la Mancomunidad Islandesa conocido como Sturlungaöld. Sturla era hijo de Sighvatur Sturluson, hermano del escaldo y famoso escritor de sagas nórdicas Snorri Sturluson y vivió en una granja en Sauðafell. Fue vasallo del rey Haakon IV de Noruega y luchó para favorecer su influencia en la isla. Sturla murió en la batalla de Örlygsstaðir.
  • Sturla Sighvatsson (1199-1238) était un chef islandais du clan des Sturlungar qui a joué un rôle actif pendant l'âge des Sturlungar en Islande. Il était le neveu de Snorri Sturluson. * Portail de l’Islande Portail de l’Islande
  • Giocò un ruolo importante nella guerra civile che sconvolse l'Islanda durante l'Epoca degli Sturlungar (in islandese Sturlungaöld). Sturla era il figlio di Sighvatur Sturluson, fratello dello scrittore di saghe Snorri Sturluson, e viveva in una fattoria a Sauðafell. Come suo zio, Sturla divenne vassallo del re di Norvegia Haakon IV, e combatté per estendere la sua influenza sull'isola; morì nella Battaglia di Örlygsstaðir.
  • Sturla Sighvatsson (1199 – 21 August 1238) was an Icelandic chieftain or goði of the Sturlungar family clan who played an active role in the armed conflicts in Iceland during the Age of the Sturlungs (Icelandic: Sturlungaöld). Sturla was the son of Sighvatur Sturluson, brother of saga-writer Snorri Sturluson and lived on a farmstead in Sauðafell. Like his uncle, Sturla became a vassal to King Haakon IV of Norway, and fought to extend his influence in Iceland. Sturla was killed in the Battle of Örlygsstaðir.
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  • Sturla Sighvatsson (1199 – 21 de agosto de 1238) fue un caudillo medieval de Islandia, goði del clan Sturlungar. Sturla jugó un papel principal en el periodo de la guerra civil de la Mancomunidad Islandesa conocido como Sturlungaöld. Sturla era hijo de Sighvatur Sturluson, hermano del escaldo y famoso escritor de sagas nórdicas Snorri Sturluson y vivió en una granja en Sauðafell. Fue vasallo del rey Haakon IV de Noruega y luchó para favorecer su influencia en la isla. Sturla murió en la batalla de Örlygsstaðir.
  • Sturla Sighvatsson (1199-1238) était un chef islandais du clan des Sturlungar qui a joué un rôle actif pendant l'âge des Sturlungar en Islande. Il était le neveu de Snorri Sturluson. * Portail de l’Islande Portail de l’Islande
  • Giocò un ruolo importante nella guerra civile che sconvolse l'Islanda durante l'Epoca degli Sturlungar (in islandese Sturlungaöld). Sturla era il figlio di Sighvatur Sturluson, fratello dello scrittore di saghe Snorri Sturluson, e viveva in una fattoria a Sauðafell. Come suo zio, Sturla divenne vassallo del re di Norvegia Haakon IV, e combatté per estendere la sua influenza sull'isola; morì nella Battaglia di Örlygsstaðir.
  • Sturla Sighvatsson (1199 – 21 August 1238) was an Icelandic chieftain or goði of the Sturlungar family clan who played an active role in the armed conflicts in Iceland during the Age of the Sturlungs (Icelandic: Sturlungaöld). Sturla was the son of Sighvatur Sturluson, brother of saga-writer Snorri Sturluson and lived on a farmstead in Sauðafell. Like his uncle, Sturla became a vassal to King Haakon IV of Norway, and fought to extend his influence in Iceland. Sturla was killed in the Battle of Örlygsstaðir.
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