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Völsunga saga genealogies

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  • Rerir Sigason, king of Hunaland {Volsunga saga} (deceased)
    Rerir Sigarson konge i Hunaland Hans mor er ikke kjent, Rer vokste opp med sin far og ble snart stor av vekst og staselig. Rerir var ikke tilstede når faren falt i strid., og han samlet seg en stor...
  • Hljod Hrímnisdóttir, {Volsunga saga} (deceased)
    Völsung's parents, who were the king and queen of Hunaland could not have any children until Odin and his consort Frigg sent them a giantess named Ljod carrying the apple of fertility. Völsung's father...
  • Sigi, king of Hunaland {Volsunga saga} (deceased)
    He appears in Volsunga saga as a son of the Norse god Odin . [ ] In the Völsung cycle, Sigi is the ancestor of the Völsung lineage. In the Völsunga saga (1), he is said to be one of the sons of Odi...
  • Sigurðr Sigmundsson, {Volsunga saga} (deceased)
    He is a fictional character is Vollsunga saga. He appears as Sigurd Fafnirsbane in Hversum Noreg byggdist and as Siegfried in the Nibelungenlied . Wikipedia Sigurd (Old Norse: Sigurðr ) was a legen...
  • Sigmundr Völsungsson, {Volsunga saga} (deceased)
    In Norse mythology, Sigmund is a hero whose story is told in Volsunga saga. He and his sister, Signy, are the children of Volsung and his wife Ljod. Sigmund is best known as the father of Sigurd the dr...

The Völsunga saga (often referred to in English as the Volsunga Saga or Saga of the Völsungs) is a legendary saga, a late 13th century Icelandic prose rendition of the origin and decline of the Völsung clan (including the story of Sigurd and Brynhild and destruction of the Burgundians).

The saga covers themes including the power struggles among Sigurd's ancestors; Sigurd's killing of the dragon Fafnir; and the influence of the cursed ring Andvaranaut.

Use these links to check the text of the Volsunga saga:

  • Volsunga saga (English translation by Eirikr Magnusson and William Morris (Norroena Society, 1907)).


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