- Richardis of Schwerin (Swedish: Rikardis; 1347 – April 23 or July 11, 1377) was Queen of Sweden as the consort of King Albert.
Richardis of Schwerin (Swedish: Rikardis; 1347 – April 23 or July 11, 1377) was Queen of Sweden as the consort of King Albert. Life [ edit ] Richardis was the child of Otto I, Count of Schwerin (d. 1357) and Matilda of Mecklenburg-Werle (d. 1361) and the paternal niece of Richardis of Schwerin, Duchess of Schleswig , the wife of the former Valdemar III of Denmark .
Richardis of Schwerin, also called Richardis of Lauenburg or Rixa, (year unknown – before 1386), was a Duchess consort of Schleswig and possibly a Danish queen consort, married to Valdemar III of Denmark (Valdemar V, Duke of Schleswig). She was the daughter of Gunzelin VI, Count of Schwerin -Wittenburg and Richardis of Tecklenburg.
Richardis of Schwerin (Swedish: Rikardis ; 1347 – April 23 or July 11, 1377) was Queen of Sweden as the consort of King Albert.
Richardis of Schwerin, (1347 – April 23 or July 11, 1377), was a Swedish Queen, married to King Albert of Sweden. In Sweden, she was called Queen Rikardis. Richardis was the child of Count Otto I of Schwerin (d.1357) and Mathilda of Mecklenburg-Werle (d.1361) and was engaged to Albrekt of Mecklenburg, who was also to be king of Sweden. In Wismar on 12 October 1352, the marriage contract was signed. It was not until 1365, however, that they were married in reality and Richardis arrived in ...
Richardis of Schwerin, Queen of Sweden Queen of Sweden Rikardis av Sverige fra mannens gravmæle i cistercienserkirken i den mecklenburgske by Doberan nær Rostock i Nordtyskland
Richardis of Schwerin, Queen of Sweden (Q64214) From Wikidata. ... Richardis of Sweden. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia project. English Wikipedia. Identifiers.
* 1365-1377: Richardis of Schwerin, first wife of king Albert of Sweden. Union queens and Regent Consorts 1397-1523 * 1406 - 1430 : Philippa of England , wife of Eric XIII of Sweden .
Richardis Schwerinská (Zvěřínská) (1347 – 23. dubna nebo 11. června 1377, Stockholm) byla švédská královna, manželka Albrechta Meklenburského, který byl zároveň meklenburským vévodou. Ve Švédsku se jí říkalo Rikardis.
He was the second son of Duke Albert II of Mecklenburg and Euphemia Eriksdotter, the daughter of Duke Erik Magnusson of Södermanland and sister of King Magnus IV of Sweden, Magnus VII of Norway. Albert married Richardis of Schwerin, daughter of count Otto of Schwerin. Queen Richardis died in 1377 and was buried in Stockholm.
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