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The International Labour Office Bibliography on Safety Engineering (1970)
contains extensive listings of international sources of information on safety
engineering. (R.A.McF.) Saga In medieval Iceland the literary term saga denoted
any kind of ...
Sverris saga describes the periods life of King Sverrir (reigned 1184-1202). The
first part was written by Abbot Karl Jonsson under the supervision of the King
himself, but it was completed (probably by the Abbot) in Iceland after Sverrir's
sagas date from the 14th century, only one, Grettis saga, can stand with the
classical ones. The sagas of Icelanders can be subdivided into several
categories according to the social and ethical status of the principal heroes. In
some, the hero ...
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