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  1. Olaf II of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Olaf II of Denmark (December 1370 – 3 August 1387) was king of Denmark as Olaf II (though occasionally referred to as Olaf III) from 1376 and king of Norway as Olaf IV from 1380, reigning in both kingdoms until his death.

    • 3 May 1376 – 3 August 1387
    • Valdemar IV
  2. Olav V of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Norway – A 180 000 km² area (Prince Olav Coast) and the Prince Olav Mountains in Antarctica are named in his honour. Norway – Olav V Land on Svalbard is named in his honour. Norway – In 1961 the King was a laureate of the Nansen Refugee Award .

    • 21 September 1957 – 17 January 1991
    • Maud of Wales
  3. History of the Norwegian monarchy - Wikipedia

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    Olav's death extinguished yet one Norwegian male royal line; he was also the last Norwegian king to be born on Norwegian soil for the next 567 years. After the death of Olav IV of Norway in 1387, the closest in line to the succession was the Swedish king Albert of Mecklenburg. However, his succession was politically unacceptable to the ...

  4. Olav Magnusson of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Olav Magnusson (1099 – 22 December 1115) was king of Norway in 1103–1115. He was the son of King Magnus Barefoot and Sigrid, daughter of Saxe of Vik. Olav became king together with his half-brothers Sigurd Jorsalfar and Øystein Magnusson when his father Magnus Barefoot died in 1103. He was king of Norway for twelve years, but unlike his ...

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  6. Olav IV of Norway (1370-1387) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Olav IV of Norway, King of Denmark, King of Norway, was born December 1370 in Oslo to Haakon VI of Norway (c1340-1380) and Margaret I of Denmark (1353-1412) and died 23 August 1387 in Falsterbo of unspecified causes. Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors ...

  7. Kingdom of Norway (872–1397) - Wikipedia

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    Olav's death extinguished yet one Norwegian male royal line; he was also the last Norwegian king to be born on Norwegian soil for the next 567 years. After the death of Olav IV of Norway in 1387, the closest in line to the succession was the Swedish king Albert of Mecklenburg. However, his succession was politically unacceptable to the ...

  8. Olaf - Wikipedia

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    Olaf or Olav (/ ˈ oʊ l ə f /, / ˈ oʊ l ɑː f /, or British Ōleifr, Anleifr / ˈ oʊ l æ f /; Old Norse: Áleifr, Ólafr) is a Scandinavian given name.It is presumably of Proto-Norse origin, reconstructed as *Anu-laibaz, from anu "ancestor, grand-father" and laibaz "heirloom, descendant".

  9. Olaf II of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Olaf II Haraldsson (c. 995 – 29 July 1030), later known as St. Olaf (and traditionally as St. Olave), was King of Norway from 1015 to 1028. Son of Harald Grenske, a petty king in Vestfold, Norway, he was posthumously given the title Rex Perpetuus Norvegiae (English: Eternal/Perpetual King of Norway) and canonised at Nidaros by Bishop Grimkell, one year after his death in the Battle of ...

  10. Olaf III of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Later, Olav's half sister Ingegerd of Norway married King Svend's son and heir Olaf I of Denmark, who would later become the Danish king. Although there were some attacks on England by Danish forces, peace persisted between Denmark and Norway. Olaf also made peace with William the Conqueror of England.

  11. Haakon IV of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Married Ingeborg, daughter of Eric IV of Denmark in 1261. Was appointed king and co-ruler following the death of Haakon the Young. Succeeded his father as King of Norway following his father's death. Popular culture. Håkon and Kristin were the mascots of the 1994 Winter Olympics.