Saxo Grammaticus, commonly known as Saxo, was a 12th-century Danish historian, theologian, and author. He is best known for writing “Gesta Danorum” (Deeds of the Danes), a historical work that recounts the history of Denmark and the Danish people. “Gesta Danorum” is an epic in Latin prose and comprises 16 books, chronicling Danish history from its legendary origins to the late medieval period. Saxo’s narrative incorporates myths, legends, and heroic tales, making it a valuable source of information about early Scandinavian folklore and cultural beliefs. Saxo’s work is also an essential historical source, as it provides insights into the political, social, and religious aspects of medieval Denmark. His writings have influenced later authors and historians, and “Gesta Danorum” remains a significant literary and historical work in Scandinavian studies. The study of Saxo and his writings contributes to our understanding of medieval Scandinavian literature, mythology, and historical narratives. His work continues to captivate scholars and enthusiasts alike, shedding light on the rich tapestry of Danish history and culture.