Sagàs is a small town and municipality located in Catalonia, in the comarca of Berguedà. It is located in the geographical area of the pre-Pyrenees.

Read more about Sagàs:  Population, Coat of Arms, Celebrations, Main Sights, History

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Ragnall Mac Somairle - Norse-Gaelic Namesake - Scandinavian Sojourn
... The aforementioned kings of Böglunga sögur likely refer to Rögnvaldr and his son, Guðrøðr (d. 1231), although it has also been suggested that the sagas' 'Rögnvaldr' may instead refer to Ragnall, and that the 'Guðrøðr' of the sagas may actually refer to Rögnvaldr, since the latter's father was named Guðrøðr ...
Seiðr - Old Norse Literature - Sagas - Other Sagas
... In 'Örvar-Odd's Saga', however, the cloak is black, yet the seiðkona also carries the distaff (which allegedly has the power of causing forgetfulness in one who is tapped three times on the cheek by it). ...
Sagàs - History
... Before the arrival of the Romans, Sagàs was inhabited by the Bergistani, an Iberian tribe ... ("Segesticam grauem atque opulentam ciuitatem"), which most likely corresponds to Sagàs ... place names (la Quar, Olvan, Merlès) found in the area directly around Sagàs ...