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  1. Skáldatal names two of Knut Eriksson's skalds: Hallbjörn hali and Þorsteinn Þorbjarnarson. Death and succession. Canute died in Eriksberg in Västergötland, either in the fall of 1195 or on 8 April 1196. On balance he was the first successful ruler of Sweden for a long time, being the first king since Philip (d. 1118) to die a natural death.

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  2. Canute I of Sweden - Wikipedia

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    Skáldatal names two of Knut Eriksson's skalds: Hallbjörn hali and Þorsteinn Þorbjarnarson. Death and succession. Canute died in Eriksberg in Västergötland, either in the fall of 1195 or on 8 April 1196. On balance he was the first successful ruler of Sweden for a long time, being the first king since Philip (d. 1118) to die a natural death.

  3. Canute I Eriksson (Erikska), King of Sweden (1145 - 1196 ...

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    Dec 11, 2018 · Knut Eriksson, död 1196, kung av Sverige ca 1167-1195, son till Erik den helige och drottning Kristina. Då fadern dräptes, flydde Knut troligen ur riket. Han återkom omkring 1167, dödade Karl Sverkersson på Visingsö och utropades till kung.

  4. Knut Eriksson (1145-1196) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

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    May 16, 2019 · Knut Eriksson was a member of the aristocracy in Europe.

  5. Sep 08, 2019 · Knut Lavard Eriksson, Duke of South Jutland, was born 12 Mar 1096. He was the son of Erik I 'the Evergood' Svendsson, King of Denmark and Bothilde Thorgautsdottir. He married Ingeborg of Novgorod, daughter of Mstislaw I, Grand Prince of Kiev and Christina Ingesdottir. He gained the title of Duke of South Jutland in 1115.

  6. Canute I of Sweden | Historica Wiki | Fandom

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    Knut Eriksson was born in 1146, the son of King Eric IX of Sweden and the maternal great-grandson of Inge the Elder. His father was defeated and killed at Uppsala in 1160, forcing Knut to live in exile in Norway before returning to Sweden in 1167 and killing Charles VII of Sweden, followed by his successor Kol of Sweden in 1173.

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  8. Knut Elon Eriksson was born on month day 1895, at birth place, to Johannes Ericson and Klara Kristina Ericson (born Hägg). Johannes was born on November 4 1860, in Sjukarby Tierp. Klara was born on July 6 1862, in Vallby. Knut had 8 siblings: Oskar Evert Ericson, Erik Johan Eriksson and 6 other siblings.

  9. Knut Eriksson – Wikipedia

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    Knut Eriksson, född senast på 1140-talet, död 1195 eller 1196, var kung av Sverige från 1167, samt son till Erik den helige och Kristina Björnsdotter av Danmark. Knut Eriksson tog brutalt makten genom att först döda Karl Sverkersson (överfallet 1167 på Visingsö).

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    KNUT Eriksson, son of ERIK “den helige” King of Sweden & his wife Kirstin of Denmark (-Autumn [1195] or 8 Apr 1196). The Saga of King Sverre names " Margret daughter of Eirik the Saint son of Jutvard and King of the Swedes " as sister of " Knut King of the Swedes " when recording her marriage to Sverre King of Norway [156] .

  11. Knut - Wikipedia

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    Canute I of Sweden (Swedish: Knut Eriksson) (king 1173–1195) Canute II of Sweden (Swedish: Knut Långe) (king 1229–1234) Knud VI of Denmark (Danish: Knud VI), king of Denmark (r. 1182–1202) Knut Wallenberg (1853-1938) was a Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs and prominent banker; Knut Hamsun (1859–1952) was a leading Norwegian author