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  1. House of Sverre - Wikipedia

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    The House of Sverre (Norwegian: Sverreætten) was a royal house or dynasty which ruled, at various times in history, the Kingdom of Norway, hereunder the kingdom's realms, and the Kingdom of Scotland. The house was founded with King Sverre Sigurdsson. It provided the rulers of Norway from 1184 to 1319.

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    • Extinct, last monarch of this House was Haakon Magnusson
  2. Category:House of Sverre - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "House of Sverre" The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  3. Template:House of Sverre - Wikipedia

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    Usage. This template should be called by passing a variable to it for the closest monarch of the House of Sverre. For example, {{House of Sverre|sverre}}.This calls only the relevant part of the template, as well as getting around the fair use violation that would occur if the arms images were directly on this template.

  4. Sverre of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Sverre Sigurdsson (Old Norse: Sverrir Sigurðarson) (c. 1145/1151 – 9 March 1202) was the King of Norway from 1184 to 1202.. Many consider him one of the most important rulers in Norwegian history.

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  6. House of Blois - Wikipedia

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    King Stephen I of England, 1135–1154, was both a member of the House of Blois and the last Anglo-Norman King, being the grandson of William the Conqueror through his daughter Adela of Normandy. [1] A branch of the family was established in Sancerre by Stephen I of Sancerre , a younger son of Theobald II, Count of Champagne .

  7. House of Sverker - Wikipedia

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    The antagonists in long run were finally the House of Sverker in Östergötland and the House of Eric in Västergötland and Uppland (Saint Eric was killed and buried in the latter province, others in the dynasty were buried in Varnhem Abbey in the former province as later also Birger Jarl was, a relative to the dynasty), which alternated on ...

  8. Anscarids - Wikipedia

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    House of Chalon-Arlay, the second ruling house of the Principality of Orange, also a cadet branch of the Anscarids. Portuguese House of Burgundy, a cadet branch of the House of Capet, which ruled Portugal contemporaneously with the Castilian House of Ivrea. Sources. Wickham, Chris. Early Medieval Italy: Central Power and Local Society 400–1000

  9. House of Godwin - Wikipedia

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    The House of Godwin was an Anglo-Saxon (in later generations Anglo-Danish or Anglo-Norse) family, one of the leading noble families in England during the last 50 years before the Norman Conquest. Its most famous member was Harold Godwinson , king of England for nine months in 1066.

  10. Sverre Fehn - Wikipedia

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    Sverre Fehn (14 August 1924 – 23 February 2009) was a Norwegian architect. ... 2007 – Gyldendal House, Oslo; 2003-08 – National Museum of Art, ...

  11. Prince - Wikipedia

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    generically, prince refers to a member of a family that ruled by hereditary right such as the House of Sverre in Norway or to the non-reigning descendants , the title referring either to sovereigns, former sovereigns descendants such as the House of Rosensverd as descendants of king Haakon V or to cadets of a sovereign's family. The term may be ...