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  1. Sophia was the eldest daughter of Eric IV of Denmark and Jutta of Saxony. She had no brothers, but three sisters, Ingeborg, Agnes and Jutta. Her father was murdered in 1250 when she and her sisters were children. As he left no son, he was succeeded by his brother Abel, and then in 1252 by his second brother Christopher I.

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  2. Sophia Magdalena of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Sophia Magdalena of Denmark (Danish: Sophie Magdalene, Swedish: Sofia Magdalena; 3 July 1746 – 21 August 1813) was Queen of Sweden as the consort of King Gustav III

  3. Sophia of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Sophia was the eldest daughter of Eric IV of Denmark and Jutta of Saxony. She had no brothers, but three sisters, Ingeborg, Agnes and Jutta. Her father was murdered in 1250 when she and her sisters were children. As he left no son, he was succeeded by his brother Abel, and then in 1252 by his second brother Christopher I.

  4. Sophia of Denmark - Family Tree & Family History at Geni.com

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    Aug 20, 2018 · Sophie Eriksdottir Princess of Denmark was the daughter of Erik IV 'Ploughpenny' Valdemarsson, King of Denmark and Jutta von Sachsen. She married Valdemar, King of Sweden, son of Birgir Folkunga, Jarl of Sweden and Ingeborg Eriksdottir, in 1260. She died in 1286.

  5. Queen of Denmark, Sophia was also known as Sophia of Minsk and Sophia of Polotsk. She was the daughter of Richeza of Poland, dowager queen of Sweden, from her marriage to a king called Valador. It has not been proven definitively who her father was . It is thought to have been prince Volodar of Minsk or prince Vladimir...

    • 1140, Russia
    • Sankt Bendts Kirke, Ringsted, Ringsted Kommune, Sjælland, Denmark
    • 5 May 1198 (aged 57–58), Roskilde, Roskilde Kommune, Sjælland, Denmark
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  6. Sophia of Denmark (1159-1208) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Sophia Estridsen of Denmark was born 1159 to Valdemar I of Denmark (1131-1182) and Sofia of Minsk (c1140-1198) and died 1208 of unspecified causes. She married Siegfried III. von Orlamünde (c1156-1206) 1181 JL in Lübeck, Germany. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814).

    • 1159
    • Sofia of Minsk (c1140-1198)
    • 1208
    • Siegfried III. von Orlamünde (c1156-1206)
  7. Flowers Daughter of Duke Bogislaw X the Great of Pommern and Princess Anna, daughter of King Kasimir IV of Poland. Second wife of Frederik I of Denmark and Norway, and therefore Queen of Denmark and Norway as well as Duchess of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf. She and the Frederik had six children.

    • 1498, Szczecin, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland
    • Saint Petri Dom, Schleswig, Kreis Schleswig-Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
    • 13 May 1568 (aged 69–70), Schleswig, Kreis Schleswig-Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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  8. Queen Sofía of Spain - Wikipedia

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    Sofía (born 2 November 1938) was Queen consort of Spain during the reign of her husband, King Juan Carlos I, from 1975 to 2014.Born Princess Sophia of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Σοφία), she is the first child of King Paul of Greece and Frederica of Hanover.

  9. Sophia Magdalena of of Holstein-Gottorp - Sweden (born Denmark) was born on month day 1746, at birth place, to Frederick V of Denmark and Norway of Oldenburg. Frederick was born on March 31 1723, in Copenhagen Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark. Sophia had 7 siblings: Frederick von Oldenburg, Christian Vii of Denmark and 5 other siblings.

  10. Sophia of Minsk - Family Tree & Family History at Geni.com

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    Sophia was the half-sister of Canute V of Denmark. After her mother's marriage to the Swedish king, she followed her to Sweden and was raised at the Swedish court. She was betrothed to Valdemar in 1154 as a form of alliance between Denmark and Sweden. As she had no property in Denmark, she was promised 1/8 of Canute's estates.

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