Icelandic and Nordic manuscripts

The Saga Heritage Foundation

The Saga Heritage Foundation has chosen to deposit the Flateyjarbok from 1387, one of the most important Icelandic and Nordic manuscripts from the Middle Ages. A non-profit foundation, the Saga Heritage Foundation was established to work for the preservation and future access of the Norse cultural heritage in its broadest sense. The content of this saga is of great importance to Norway’s and Iceland’s history.

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Other collections

Mjøndalen Sports Association

Norwegian sports history

Mjøndalen Sports Association, Norway, deposited its 110-year history, featuring celebrated triumphs, rivalries, videos, photos and stories that have been treasured...

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University of Pisa

Egyptian manuscripts

Pisa University deposited manuscripts including those of the Egyptologist Ippolito Rosellini, which still constitute an indispensable tool for scholars of...

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Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA)

Durga Saptashati Manuscripts

Facilitated by Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA) and the Ministry of Culture in India, the Durga Saptashati Manuscripts...

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