King of Denmark c.1125–1157 r.1146-1157: Canute V Magnussen King of Denmark c.1129–1157 r.1146-1157: Gertrude of Bavaria 1152/1155 –1197: Canute VI King of Denmark 1163-1202 r.1182–1202: Ingeborg of Denmark 1175–1236: Philip II Augustus King of France 1165-1223 r.1179–1223: Helena of Denmark c.1180–1233: William of Winchester Lord ...
Armiger: Margrethe II, Queen of Denmark: Adopted: First documented in the 1190s. Modified 1819. Designated as dynastic arms 1959. Last modified 5 July 1972: Crest: Crown of King Christian V
Gesta Danorum ("Deeds of the Danes") is a patriotic work of Danish history, by the 12th-century author Saxo Grammaticus ("Saxo the Literate", literally "the Grammarian"). It is the most ambitious literary undertaking of medieval Denmark and is an essential source for the nation's early history.
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Greater coat of arms of Denmark used from 1819 to 1903. This was the first Danish arms following the replacement of the Norwegian lion with the coat of arms of the three former parts of Norway that Denmark retained after 1814: the stockfish of Iceland , the ram of Faroe Islands , and the polar bear of Greenland .
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This lack of outside assistance attracted the attention of King Canute VI of Denmark, who used the situation to expand his position on the Baltic Sea coast. The Danes took Henry Borwin I prisoner. He had to cede Rostock to Denmark and accept Canute VI as his liege lord. In 1200, Canute returned Rostock to him as a fief.
The other pretenders to the throne were: Sweyn III Grathe, the son of King Eric II of Denmark and Canute V, the son of Magnus I of Sweden both of which declared themselves as kings of Denmark in 1146. The civil war lasted the better part of ten years. In 1154 Valdemar joined with Canute, and was recognized as co-king along with Canute.
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