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In medieval times it was a long tale of a hero like Gisli or Njall; today it means any story of epic length

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In medieval times it was a long tale of a hero like Gisli or Njall; today it means any story of epic length

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Phillip Howard, a Naval officer from Santa Clarita, California
Phillip Howard on Jeopardy!
Preston Wilson, a sommelier originally from New Orleans, Louisiana
Preston Wilson on Jeopardy!
Mason Maggio, a songwriter from Los Angeles, California (2-day total: $42,600)
Mason Maggio on Jeopardy!

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The literary term “sagas” originally referred to Viking stories, usually about migrating to Iceland and feuds between families there. (Here at The Jeopardy! Fan, this isn’t really a topic that I have personal experience with.) In Gisli’s case, his saga tells his story of how he was outlawed after avenging the death of a brother-in-law, while Njall’s saga outlines the Icelandic blood feuds and how minor slights of honor could lead to massive bloodshed.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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The answer for: An 1855 poem gives us this Native American name for the 1 Great Lake not known to us today by a Native American word or a tribe’s name is as following:

POSSIBLE SOLUTION: What is a saga?

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