(Dankbrand; Thangbrandur; Tangbrand; Thankbrandr; fl. toward end of 10th c. AD). Perhaps Anglo-Saxon or Flemish priest; miss. to Iceland 997999 (see Iceland, 2), which he prepared for official acceptance of Christianity (1000). See also Norway, Early Christianity in.
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