King Magnus

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Malmfred Of Kiev
... a medieval Norwegian and Danish queen consort, wife first to King Sigurd I of Norway and second to king Eric II of Denmark ... granddaughter of Gytha of Wessex and maternal granddaughter of King Inge the Elder of Sweden ... She had a daughter, Kristin Sigurdsdatter, mother of king Magnus V of Norway ...
House Of Estridsen - Line of Descent - From Eric The Good To Christopher I
... Slangerup, Denmark – 10 July 1103, Paphos, Cyprus), Jarl of Zealand from 1080, King of Denmark from 1095 — for his ancestors, see above Saint Canute. 1206) Canute VI (1163 – 12 November 1202), King of Denmark from 1182, married in 1177 to Gertrude, daughter of Henry the Lion Valdemar II (1170 – 28 March 1241), King of Denmark from 1202, married (1) in. 1287), married King Magnus VI of Norway Jutta (1246–1286/95), mistress of Valdemar, King of Sweden, later Abbess of St ...
Christina Of Denmark, Queen Of Norway
... Danish princess and a Norwegian Queen consort, spouse of King Magnus IV of Norway ... Her marriage to Magnus was arranged by her maternal aunt, Malmfred, former Queen of Norway and the former stepmother of Magnus, and at the time the wife of Christines paternal uncle Prince Erik ... Her husband king Magnus supported the struggle of her father Canute and uncle Erik against King Niels of Denmark ...
Civil War Era In Norway - Events of The Civil War Era - Rising of The Birkebeiner and King Sverre
... In 1174, a new faction arose, in rebellion against Magnus Erlingsson ... Øystein Møyla was killed by Magnus and Erling's men at the Battle of Re in 1177 ... discovered that he was in fact the son of King Sigurd Munn ...

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