Icelandic Annals are manuscripts which record chronological lists of events of thirteenth, fourteenth century in and around Iceland, though some, like the Annal of the Oddaverjar and the Lawman's annal (Lögmannsannáll) reach the fifteenth century, and the Annal of Gottskálk even reaches the sixteenth.
- Steinar Imsen (8 July 2010). The Norwegian Domination and the Norse World, C.1100-c.1400. Tapir Academic Press. pp. 177–184. ISBN 978-82-519-2563-1. Retrieved 15 April 2012.
- Gustav Storm. Islandske annaler indtil 1578. Vol. 21. Grøndahl & søns bogtrykkeri, 1888.
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