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Norsk biografisk leksikon is the largest Norwegian biographical encyclopedia.
The first edition (NBL1) was issued between 1921 and 1983, including 19 volumes and 5,100 articles. It was published by Aschehoug with economic support from the state.[ citation needed ]
Kunnskapsforlaget bought the rights to NBL1 from Aschehoug in 1995, and after a pre-project in 1996–97 the work for a new edition began in 1998.[ citation needed ] The project had economic support from the Fritt Ord Foundation and the Ministry of Culture, and the second edition (NBL2) was launched in the years 1999–2005, including 10 volumes and around 5,700 articles. In 2006 the work for an electronic edition of NBL2 began, with support from the same institutions.[ citation needed ] In 2009 an Internet edition, with free access, was released by Kunnskapsforlaget together with the general-purpose Store norske leksikon . The electronic edition features additional biographies, and updates about dates of death of biographies. Apart from that, the vast body of text is unaltered from the printed version.
This is a list of volumes in the second edition of Norsk biografisk leksikon.
This is a list of volumes in the first edition of Norsk biografisk leksikon.
Bergen Cathedral School is an upper secondary school in Bergen, Norway. Located in the city centre, next to Bergen Cathedral, the school has about 850 students, 95 full-time teachers, and 5 administration personnel, including the headmaster, Lise Hårklau Holsen.
Lars Hertervig was a Norwegian painter. His semi-fantastical work with motives from the coastal landscape in the traditional district of Ryfylke is regarded as one of the peaks of Norwegian painting.
Knut Helle was a Norwegian historian. A professor at the University of Bergen from 1973 to 2000, he specialized in the late medieval history of Norway. He has contributed to several large works.
Events in the year 1954 in Norway.
Events in the year 1951 in Norway.
Events in the year 1943 in Norway.
Conradine Birgitte Dunker was a Norwegian socialite and writer.
Harald Nicolai Storm Wergeland was a Norwegian physicist. He was a professor at the Norwegian Institute of Technology.
In 1910 Haakon VII serves his sixth year as King of Norway. On 1 February Wollert Konow takes over as Prime Minister after Gunnar Knudsen, who has held this position since 1908.
Events in the year 1893 in Norway.
Anders Krogvig was a Norwegian librarian, writer, literary consultant and critic.
Norsk Riksmålsordbok is a Norwegian dictionary for the unofficial written language form Riksmål. The work was initiated by Riksmaalsvernet around 1920. Its first edition was completed in 1957, and was printed in four volumes. Two extra volumes were issued in 1995. Editors for volume 1, 2 and 3 were Trygve Knudsen and Alf Sommerfelt, and volume 4 had the same two editors, in addition to Harald Noreng. Noreng was editor for volume 5 and 6, from 1995.
Edda. Scandinavian Journal of Literary Research is a magazine for research on Scandinavian literature, and for literary researchers in the Scandinavian countries. The magazine is based in Oslo.
Johan Koren Christie was a Norwegian writer. He was a notable nationalist writer in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Ludvig Stoud Platou was a Danish-Norwegian educator, historical and geographical writer, politician and State Secretary.
Emil Diesen was a Norwegian civil servant and editor.
Hans Barthold Andresen Butenschøn was a Norwegian businessperson.
Haakon Nyhuus was a Norwegian librarian and encyclopedist.