This editor inserted them in an edition of the Heimskringla and concealed the patchwork.
But let it be contrasted with the following extract from the Heimskringla.
With this saga, which describes a series of conflicts, Snorre's "Heimskringla" ends.
The story is also told by Snorre in Heimskringla, see p. 231.
Here he digests Heimskringla, which was obtainable through Laing's translation, in a way to stir the blood.
Ynglingasaga is the opening chapters of Snorre Sturlason's Heimskringla.
His other chief work was the Heimskringla, or collection of Saga concerning the history of the Scandinavians.
In the following lines quoted in the Heimskringla, it would seem to signify the Dii Manes.
The "Heimskringla," or chronicle of Snorro Sturleson, written about 1215, is one of the greatest history books in the world.
Heimskringla, a thirteenth century history of the royal races of Scandinavia, traces the descent of the Norse kings from her.