2023. Vol. 3 (1)
The first issue of our journal for this year contains articles on various aspects of Scandinavian studies and saga studies (and first of all, on the peculiarities of wri-ting and representation of the past) by our permanent and newly joined authors. The “Publications” section presents objects with runic inscriptions from excavations in 2022 in Novgorod. The issue is intended for historians, philologists and all those interested in the problems of the history of writing.
- Natalya Yu. Gvozdetskaya. The Beginning of the Icelandic Church in the Old Icelandic Chronicle Hungrvaka. P. 11–28.
- Anna A. Medvedeva. The History of Study of Árna saga biskups Þorláksson. P. 29–47.
- Tatjana N. Jackson. Winter Names: Winters in Icelandic Annals. P. 48–74.
- Inna G. Matyushina. From Troy to Iceland: Representation of the Past in Pseudohistorical Sagas. P. 75–116.
- Elena V. Litovskikh. The Icelandic Scriber Jón Erlendsson. P. 117–141.
- Pyotr G. Gaidukov, Elena A. Melnikova. Scandinavian Runic Inscriptions from the Excavations of the Teutonic Court in Great Novgorod in 2022 (preliminary publication). P. 142–163.