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Icelandic Annals are manuscripts which record chronological lists of events of thirteenth, fourteenth century in and around Iceland,[1] 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.[2]

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  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ Gustav Storm. Islandske annaler indtil 1578. Vol. 21. Grøndahl & søns bogtrykkeri, 1888.