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      • 1307 – c. 1332) ( Danish: Erik Christoffersen) was king of Denmark from 1321 until his death, jointly with his father, King Christopher II. He was a member of the House of Estridsen. In Danish, he is sometimes called "Erik, elected king." Eric was the eldest son of King Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania.
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  1. Eric Christoffersen of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Eric Christoffersen (c. 1307 – c. 1332) ( Danish: Erik Christoffersen) was king of Denmark from 1321 until his death, jointly with his father, King Christopher II. He was a member of the House of Estridsen. In Danish, he is sometimes called "Erik, elected king." Eric was the eldest son of King Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania.

  2. Eric Christoffersen was king of Denmark from 1321 until his death, jointly with his father, King Christopher II. Eric was the eldest son of King Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania. In 1321, he was elected king and crowned in alongside his father as his junior co-ruler in August 15, 1324.

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    Eric Christoffersen (c. 1307 – c. 1332) (Danish: Erik Christoffersen) was king of Denmark from 1321, jointly with his father,. He was a member of the House of Estridsen. In Danish, he is called "Erik, udvalgt Konge." Eric was the eldest son of King Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania. In 1321, he was elected king and crowned alongside his father as his junior co-ruler on 15 August 1324.

  4. Eric Christoffersen Of Denmark

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    Eric Christoffersen (c. 1307 – c. 1332) (Danish: Erik Christoffersen) was king of Denmark from 1321 until his death, jointly with his father, King Christopher II. He was a member of the House of Estridsen. In Danish, he is called "Erik, udvalgt Konge." Eric was the eldest son of King Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania.

  5. Eric Christoffersen of Denmark — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Eric Christoffersen (c. 1307 – c. 1332) (Danish: Erik Christoffersen) was king of Denmark from 1321 until his death, jointly with his father, King Christopher II. He was a member of the House of Estridsen. In Danish, he is called "Erik, udvalgt Konge."

  6. Eric Christoffersen (c.1305 - 1332) - Genealogy

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    Son of Christopher II, King of Denmark and Euphemia of Pomerania, Queen Of Denmark Husband of Elisabeth von Holstein-Rendsburg Brother of Agnes Christofferdatter; Margrete Christofferdatter; Otto Christoffersen; Helvig Christofferdatter and Valdemar IV Atterdag, King of Denmark Half brother of Erik Christoffersen Løvenbalk, Prins and Regitze Christoffersdatter Løvenbalk

  7. Erik Christoffersen Lövenbalk - Historical records and family ...

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    Erik Christoffersen Lövenbalkwas born in 1285, at birth place, to Christoffer II Klippingand Eufemia Klipping (born av Pommern). Christofferwas born on September 29 1276, in Sjørslev, Viborg, Denmark. Eufemiawas born in 1290, in Szczecin, Lodzkie, Poland. Erikhad 4 siblings: Valdemar IV Atterdag Christoffersson av Danmarkand 3 other siblings.

  8. Christopher II Eriksön Ericsen, King of Denmark (1276 - 1332 ...

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    Mar 03, 2020 · Genealogy for Christopher II Eriksön Ericsen, King of Denmark (1276 - 1332) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  9. Eric V of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Duke Eric was a nephew of King Christopher and had been in frequent conflict with the king. Taking advantage of the situation, Chief Jaromar II of Rügen (c. 1218–1260) gathered an army of Wends and invaded Zealand. Queen Margaret raised an army, but was soundly defeated in 1259 near Ringsted.

  10. Christopher II of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Christopher II ( Danish: Christoffer 2.; 29 September 1276 – 2 August 1332) was king of Denmark from 1320 to 1326 and again from 1329 until his death. He was a younger son of Eric V. His name is connected with national disaster, as his rule ended in an almost total dissolution of the Danish state.