Gissur Teitsson

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Gissur Teitsson or Gissur the White was a chieftain or goði in Iceland at the turn of the 10th and 11th centuries.[1] He played a preeminent role in the Christianisation of Iceland.[1]


  1. ^ a b Hjálmarsson 2012, p. 30.


  • Hjálmarsson, Jón R. (2012). History of Iceland: From the Settlement to the Present Day. FORLAGIĐ. ISBN 978-9979-53-513-3.