In the Volsunga Saga we find it in the water, the possession of Andvari.
The Volsunga Saga is the best known on account of its subject.
We see from this account that the Volsunga Saga presents in many respects an older form of the Nibelungenlied story.
But in this one passion of love the “Volsunga Saga” excels the Iliad.
A full bibliography of the Sagas may be found in "Volsunga Saga."
The Volsunga Saga appears to have been arranged largely for the purpose of glorifying the children of Olaf.
But it was in the Volsunga Saga that Wagner found his material in its fullest and most available form.
This is Wagner's adaptation of the incident of the filling of the otter skin in the Volsunga Saga.
In the Volsunga Saga, Brunhilde lies asleep in a shield-hung castle surrounded by fire.
The word is derived from the same root as Giuki, the name used in the Volsunga Saga.