Snorri

Snorri may refer to:

  • Snorri Þorbrandsson, a character in the Icelandic Eyrbyggja saga
  • Snorri Goði or Snorri Goði (963-1031) was a prominent chieftain in Western Iceland, who featured in a number of Icelandic sagas
  • Snorri Guðjónsson (born 1981), an Icelandic handball player
  • Snorri Hergill Kristjánsson, an Icelandic stand-up comedian based in London
  • Snorri Hjartarson (1906–1986), an Icelandic poet, and a winner of the Nordic Council's Literature Prize
  • Snorri Snorrason (born 1977), an Icelandic singer who rose to popularity after winning the Icelandic version of Pop Idol
  • Snorri Sturluson (1179–1241), an Icelandic historian, poet, and politician
  • Snorri Thorfinnsson (born 1004), the son of the explorer Þorfinnr Karlsefni and Guðríðr Eiríksdóttir
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List Of Septimus Heap Characters - The Heaps - Nicko Heap
... interested in boats and sailing, a passion which brought him and Snorri Snorrelssen closer ... He became romantically involved with Snorri, whom he met during events from Physik and was lost with her in time in Queste ... Snorri also left the castle during Darke to return home with her mother ...
List Of Septimus Heap Characters - Other Important Characters - Snorri Snorrelssen
... Snorri is an independent and somewhat mysterious young Northern Trader, who comes to the Castle to trade her goods and to find her father ... Born to Olaf and Alfrun Snorrelssen, Snorri is a pale complexioned girl with white blonde hair and pale blue eyes with an air of mystery around them ... Snorri helped to prevent Etheldredda's spirit from murdering Jenna, by summoning her father's spirit who stopped Etheldredda from pushing Jenna into the fire conjured by Marcia ...
Snorri Sturluson
... Snorri Sturluson (1179 – 23 September 1241) was an Icelandic historian, poet, and politician ... For stylistic and methodological reasons, Snorri is often taken to be the author of Egil's saga ... As an historian and mythographer, Snorri is remarkable for proposing the hypothesis (in the Prose Edda) that mythological gods begin as human war leaders and kings whose funeral ...
Snorri Snorrason
... Snorri Snorrason (born July 14, 1977 in Reykjavík, Iceland) is an Icelandic singer who rose to popularity after winning Idol Stjörnuleit 3, the Icelandic version of Pop Idol ... Snorri compares his vocal style to Axl Rose includes Robert Plant as his biggest influence, his favourite Icelandic artist is Jet Black Joe ... Snorri was a contestant in the Icelandic selection to eurovision song contest but did not make it to the final ...
Casere - Founders of Dynasties
... The prologue to Snorri's Edda and the alternative list discussed above both include the following Sigi ... ancestor of the Völsung lineage (see Völsunga saga) who were Frankish kings according to Snorri ... In Snorri's Ynglinga Saga in the Heimskringla, Skjöld's wife is the goddess Gefjön and the same account occurs in most, but not all, manuscripts of the Edda ...