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Magnus Magnusson, awarded the Medlicott Medal of the British Historical Association, has published many books on the history of Scotland
— biography from Scotland : The Story of a Nation
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Magnus Magnusson edited two books published by The Folio Society, both titled Icelandic Sagas. The first volume was first published in 1999 and illustrated by Simon Noyes. The second volume was first published in 2002 and illustrated by John Vernon Lord. He also edited another book titled Iceland Saga, published by Tempus Publishing in 2005. Please do not combine these three books as they are all different.

Chambers Biographical Dictionary 788 copies, 4 reviews
Scotland : The Story of a Nation 653 copies, 9 reviews
Vikings! 281 copies, 2 reviews
The Icelandic Sagas (Editor) 193 copies, 1 review
Viking: Hammer of the North (Echoes of the ancient world) (Author, some editions) 142 copies, 1 review
Iceland Saga 52 copies, 3 reviews
Beowulf (Introduction, some editions) 21,816 copies, 308 reviews
Njal's Saga (Translator, some editions) 2,137 copies, 20 reviews
The Vinland Sagas: the Norse Discovery of America (Editor and Translator, some editions) 904 copies, 14 reviews
Laxdæla saga (Translator, some editions) 853 copies, 6 reviews
King Harald's Saga: Harald Hardradi of Norway (Translator, some editions) 626 copies, 5 reviews
The Fish Can Sing (Translator, some editions) 573 copies, 19 reviews
Under the Glacier (Translator, some editions) 552 copies, 21 reviews
The Atom Station (Translator, some editions) 372 copies, 13 reviews
World Light (Translator, some editions) 293 copies, 5 reviews
The Vikings : voyagers of discovery and plunder (Foreword) 117 copies, 1 review
The Complete Book of British Birds (Foreword, some editions) 83 copies
Beowulf (Introduction) 48 copies, 2 reviews
The West Highland Way official guide (Foreword, some editions) 6 copies
Hammer and the Cross (The Conversion of the Vikings) (Foreword, some editions) 5 copies, 1 review
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Magnus Magnusson, KBE (12 October 1929 – 7 January 2007) was an Icelandic television presenter, journalist, translator and writer. He was born in Iceland but lived in Scotland for almost all of his life, although he never took British citizenship. He came to prominence as a BBC television journalist, and was best known as the presenter of the BBC television quiz programme Mastermind, which he hosted for 25 years.
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Magnus Magnusson edited two books published by The Folio Society, both titled Icelandic Sagas. The first volume was first published in 1999 and illustrated by Simon Noyes. The second volume was first published in 2002 and illustrated by John Vernon Lord. He also edited another book titled Iceland Saga, published by Tempus Publishing in 2005. Please do not combine these three books as they are all different.

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