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Snorri Sturluson (1179?–1241)

Snorri or Snorre Sturluson (snor’ē stėr’lä-son). An Icelandic historian and statesman; born in 1179?; slain, 1241. He composed the Prose or Younger Edda; and wrote the ‘Heimskringla,’ a series of biographies of Norwegian kings.