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  1. Sigurd the Crusader - Wikipedia

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    Sigurd I Magnusson, also known as Sigurd the Crusader, was King of Norway from 1103 to 1130. His rule, together with his half-brother Øystein, has been regarded by historians as a golden age for the medieval Kingdom of Norway. He is otherwise famous for leading the Norwegian Crusade, earning the eponym "the Crusader", and was the first European king to personally participate in a crusade.

  2. Sigurd I Magnusson | king of Norway | Britannica

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    Sigurd I Magnusson, byname Sigurd Jerusalemfarer, or The Crusader, Norwegian Sigurd Jorsalfare, (born c. 1090, Norway—died 1130, Oslo), king of Norway (1103–30) and the first Scandinavian king to participate in the Crusades.

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  3. King Sigurd "the Crusader" Magnusson of Norway (c.1090 - 1130 ...

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    About Sigurd I Magnusson "the Crusader" Jorsalfare, King of Norway (svenska) Sigurd I Magnusson DIS-Norge Gravsted Akershus slottskirke Oslo: Kong Sigurd ble gravlagt i Hallvardskirken i Oslo.

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  4. Sigurd the Crusader | Historica Wiki | Fandom

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    Sigurd the Crusader (1090-26 March 1130) was King of Norway from 29 August 1123 to 26 March 1130, succeeding Eystein I and preceding Magnus IV.

  5. An illegitimate son of Norwegian King Magnus III "Barefoot" Olafsson with one of his concubines whose first name was Tora, he shared the throne along with his half-brothers, Olaf and Oystein Magnusson after Magnus was killed in 1103 in combat with Irish forces.

    • 26 Mar 1130 (aged 39–40), Oslo, Oslo kommune, Oslo fylke, Norway
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  6. Sigurd the Norwegian Crusader King | The Daily Beagle

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    Jun 08, 2013 · Sigurd would go on to earn his fame throughout Europe as a great Crusader. In 1100 the First Crusade had succeeded in re-capturing the Holy City of Jerusalem for Christendom and had established the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

  7. Sigurd I - Civilization VI Customization Wiki

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    Sigurd I Magnusson, also known as Sigurd the Crusader, was King of Norway from 1103 to 1130. His rule, together with his half-brother Øystein (until Øystein died in 1123), has been regarded by historians as a golden age for the medieval Kingdom of Norway.

  8. ‘Sigurd the Crusader, engraved by the Dalziel Brothers’, Sir ...

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    Artwork page for ‘Sigurd the Crusader, engraved by the Dalziel Brothers’, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt, published 1862 This is the first of two illustrations Burne-Jones contributed to the popular magazine 'Good Words'.

  9. King Sigurd The Crusader's Return Home [Part 14]

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    Nov 24, 2011 · King Sigurd soon after prepared for his return home. He gave the emperor all his ships; and the valuable figureheads which were on the king's ships were set up in Peter's church, where they have since been to be seen. The emperor gave the king many horses and guides to conduct him through all his dominions.

  10. Sigurd - Fire Emblem Wiki

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    Sep 07, 2020 · Sigurd (Japanese: シグルド Siglud) was a scion of Grannvale's House Chalphy, the son and heir of Duke Vylon and, as a descendant of the Crusader Baldr, inheritor of the holy weapon Tyrfing. Knighted as a Holy Knight of Grannvale, during the Grannvale war with Isaach he fought to defend Grannvale's territory from invasions by Verdane and Agustria, but was rapidly embroiled in the plots of ...