Snorri Sturluson (Snorri Sturluson)
An Icelandic writer and historian believes he is the author of Heimskringla, the Prose Edda.
Born in 1179 in Hvamm, she was part of the Icelandic Commonwealth. Chau's father was Sturla Vórðarson the Elder, and his mother was his father's second wife, Guðný Böðvarsdótti.
At 3 years old, Sterluson had come to live at the home of his adoptive father, Jón Loptsson, who led the tribe of the village of Oddi, and his adoptive mother was the daughter of a Norwegian king.
Living with Jon Loftson gave Sturlusan an an excellent education. He went to the Sæmundr fróði School, a school for priests.
1183 His father died.
1197 Jon Loftson died
1199 Sterluson married Herdis, the daughter of Bersi Vermundarson. After marriage, Sterluson moved to Borg.
They've lived in Borg for four years, and have at least two children together, Hallebera (Hallbera) and Jon (Jon).
In 1206, Sterlusan parted with his wife because of his own flirtation, after which he lived in Reykholt, where, during his time in Reykholt, he had at least five other children from three women who had relationships with him: Guðrún Hreinsdóttir, Otny, and Furi. Hull Dot (Uríður Hallsdóttir)
In 1215, he was a lawspeaker in the Althing Council, the High Council of Iceland.
1218 resigned as a council member and departed for Norway at the invitation of the Royal Court of Norway. He was residing at the residence of Skule Bårdsson, at that time King Hákon Hákonarson of Norway, who had just been crowned his father. School-board Jean, who served as regent and was a real authority.
After that, there was a power struggle between the school and King Hagon, and Sturluson chose his side with the school.
While in Norway, Sturluson was bestowed skutilsvein, equivalent to the rank of knighthood of Britain. At that time Norway had a policy to integrate Iceland with its country, so it was hoped that Sturlusan would contribute to this policy.
1220 returned to Iceland, and it is expected that the Prose Edda was written at this time.
In 1222, he worked as a member of the Alting Council, where he was in 1232. He had the idea of supporting the country's integration with Norway.
1224, married to Hull (Hallveig Ormsdottir, 1199-1241), who is a grandchild of Jon Loftson.
Hull is the widow of her ex-husband, Bjørn Torvaldsson, and has a son, Gissur Thorvaldsson.
AND STERLUSON HAS SEVEN CHILDREN... Hullwe and Sterluson had two small children together, but they both died at a young age.
Marrying Hull allowed Sturluson to become Iceland's most powerful tribal leader and also a wealthy position, but it gave him plenty of enemies.
1230 Heimskringla was written
In 1237, traveled to Norway and went to live with the school, which at this time the school planned to make a rebellion to overthrow King Hagon.
In 1239, Sturluson left Norway because he was seen as a rebel with the school.
In 1240, Schoolman rose up to rebel against King Hakum, but he eventually died in battle.
King Hagoon later set up Gisser Torveldson, Sterluson's stepson, to lead the Sterlusan assassination operation.
1241 September 23, Sterling was assassinated inside his home in Reycolt.
1262 (Old Covenant), the Olting Council endorsed the integration of Iceland with Norway.
1319 Iceland was merged with Sweden.
1376 Iceland became part of Denmark.
In 1918, during World War I, Iceland gained its first independence and was transformed into the Kingdom of Iceland, with the same king as Denmark.
In 1944, during World War II after Denmark was occupied by Nazi Germany, Iceland was declared a republic.