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Now here’s a newly published gem for medieval literature geeks like me. Fivehundred editions of Old Norse texts from the Arnamagnæan Collection are available with a dictionary.

Sorry people, but this makes my brain explode!

How does it work? You choose or search for a text and/or specific edition. This will take you to a new screen with two columns. The lefthand side shows you the edition and the righthands side the dictionary explaining specific words from that edition.

Use it. Love it. Enjoy!

Visit site: ONP – Dictionary of Old Norse Prose.

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