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Helena von Rügen was born circa1271 to Wizlaw II. von Rügen (1240-1302) and Agnes von Braunschweig (c1240-c1287) and died 9 August 1315 of unspecified causes. She married Johann III. zu Mecklenburg (1270-1315) 3 November 1288 JL . She married Bernhard II. von Anhalt-Bernburg (c1260-1323) 27 December 1302 JL . Notable ancestors includeHenry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England ...
- Johann III. zu Mecklenburg (1270-1315)
- Agnes von Braunschweig (c1240-c1287)
- 3 November 1288
Dec 08, 2018 · Daughter of Wislav II Fürst von Rügen Prince of RUGEN, Mitregent von Wizlaw II and Agnes Herzogin von Braunschweig-Lüneburg Wife of Håkon V Magnusson, king of Norway Mother of Ingeborg of Norway Sister of Wizlaw III Furste av Rûgen; Margarete of Rügen and Helena von Rügen. Occupation: Norsk drottning 1299-1312: Managed by: Private User
Helena von RUGEN. 1271-1315 ... Sofie Princess Of Ruegen. 1275-1302. Eufemia of Rügen Queen consort of Norway. ... FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history ...
Rügen, largest island of Germany, in the Baltic Sea opposite Stralsund and separated from the German mainland by the Strelasund (Strela Sound) and the Bodden Strait. It is administered as part of Mecklenburg–West Pomerania Land (state). Its length from north to south is 32 miles (51 km), its
Marriage and issue. On 3 November 1288, he married Helena (d. 9 August 1315), the daughter of Wizlaw II, Prince of Rügen.John and Helena had one daughter: Luitgard (c. 1289 – 1352), married in 1302 to Count Gerhard II of Hoya
Lucia of Rügen (died February 12 between 1208 and 1231), was the daughter of Jaromar I, Prince of Rügen and his wife Hildegard, daughter of Canute V of Denmark and Helena of Sweden. In 1186, Lucia married Władysław III Spindleshanks, youngest son of Mieszko III the Old, Duke of Greater Poland and since 1173 High Duke of Poland.
Vitslav II , Prince of Rügen. b. abt 1240 Rügen, Pommern, Preußen, Germany d. 1302 Oslo, Oslo, Norway
The Rügen-Danish fief relationship continued, as the regular participation of Vitslav II at the Danish court and his nomination as a witness in Danish royal charters indicates. Among other things, he was present at the investigation of the murder of the King of Denmark Erik Klipping. In 1285, he granted town rights to Tribsees.
Vitslav III (1265/8–1325), variously called Vislav, Vizlav, Wislaw, Wizlaw and Witslaw in English sources, was the last Slavic ruler of the Danish Principality of Rugia.He is often identified with the author of the Minnesinger Vitslav of the Jenaer Liederhandschrift.