What are sagas?

Some articles on sagas, saga:

Seiðr - Old Norse Literature - Sagas - Other Sagas
... As described by Snorri Sturluson in his 'Ynglinga saga' (sec ... 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 ...
Sagàs - History
... In Medieval times, the first written reference to Sagàs appears in a document from 903, describing the consecration of the Church of Sant Andreu by the Bishop of Urgell at the request of the locals, who built the church, and a priest named Galindó ... The church is described as being "in territorio Bergitanensi in locum vocitatum Sagasse" (In Bergan territory, at a place called Sagasse) ...
Sagas Of Iceland — The History Of The Vikings Volume 1
... Sagas of Iceland — The History of the Vikings Volume 1 is a 2005 concept album by Rebellion about the Icelandic Sagas ...
Civil War Era In Norway - Sources To The Civil War Era
... main sources to the events of the civil war era are the kings' sagas ... These three sagas were written c ... have been based on earlier works, in particular the saga Hryggjarstykki, written c ...
Chivalric Sagas - Terminology
... singular riddarasaga) occurs in Mágus saga jarls where there is a reference to "Frásagnir...svo sem...Þiðreks saga, Flóvenz saga eðr aðrar ... encountered is lygisögur (singular lygisaga), "lie sagas", applied to fictional chivalric and legendary sagas ...