While reading through some examples I came across one that seemed simple when I was reading it but when I attempted it, I was miffed.

Example:

There is a list, $\displaystyle L$ in which all of the primes in $\displaystyle Z[i]$ that have a norm less than $\displaystyle 26$ are part of $\displaystyle L$.

Can someone detail what elements are in $\displaystyle L$?

Also, if there exists two primes within $\displaystyle L$ that are associates, what is one of them? I will work through the rest to see if there are any others as well but I'd like to find one for starters.

Much appreciated, --Brim