Eric IV of Denmark (d. 1250) Henry V of Luxembourg (d. 1281) Robert I of Artois, Count of Artois (d. 1250) Safi al-Din al-Urmawi, musician and theorist (d. 1296) Zahed Gilani, Grand Master of the Zahediyeh Sufi Order (d. 1301) Deaths. January 31 – Theodore II Eirenikos, Patriarch of Constantinople; April 10 – Eric X of Sweden (b. 1180)
Eric IV of Denmark (d. 1250) Henry V of Luxembourg (d. 1281) Robert I of Artois, Count of Artois (d. 1250) Safi al-Din al-Urmawi, musician and theorist (d. 1296) Zahed Gilani, Grand Master of the Zahediyeh Sufi Order (d. 1301) 1217. May 3 – Henry I of Cyprus; date unknown. Baldwin, Latin Emperor of Constantinople (d. 1273)
Eric IV of Denmark (d. 1250) September 17 – Robert I, Count of Artois (d. 1250) Deaths. Shota Rustaveli 1172-1216. Shota Rustaveli, Georgian poet (b. 1172) April ...
February 2 – King Eric XI of Sweden; February 8 – Robert I of Artois, French crusader (killed in battle) (born 1216) February 8 – William II Longespee, English crusader; June 18 – Teresa of Portugal; August 9 – King Eric IV of Denmark (born 1216) October 4 – Herman VI, Margrave of Baden; December 13 – Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor (born 1194)
A list of Swedish monarchs, represented on the map of the Estates of the Swedish Crown, created by French engraver Jacques Chiquet (1673–1721) and published in Paris in 1719, starts with Canute I and shows Eric XIV and Charles IX as Eric IV and Charles II respectively, while the only Charles who holds his traditional ordinal in the list is Charles XII, being the highest enumerated.
1250 – King Eric IV of Denmark (b. 1216) 1472 – Janos Vitez, Croatian humanist (b. 1408) 1534 – Thomas Cajetan, Italian theologian (b. 1470) 1580 – Metrophanes III, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (b. 1520) 1601 – Michael the Brave, Prince of Wallachia (b. 1558) 1816 – Johann August Apel, German jurist and writer (b. 1771)
Sophia o Denmark, dauchter o Eric IV o Denmark: Died while imprisoned bi his brither Magnus at Nyköping Castle, 26 December 1302, aged aboot 63, buried at Vreta Abbey or Riddarholmen Kirk: Magnus III Barnlock (Magnus Ladulås) 22 Julie 1275 – 18 December 1290: 1240 son o Birger jarl an Ingeborg Eriksdotter (the dauchter o Eric X) Helwig o ...
Eric IV of Denmark (1,217 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article ISBN 978-90-47-41983-9 Bain, Robert Nisbet (1905) Scandinavia: A Political History of Denmark , Norway and Sweden from 1513 to 1900 (Cambridge: University Press)
Eric IV of Denmark (1,217 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article (Danish: Erik Plovpenning), (c. 1216 – 10 August 1250) was king of Denmark from 1241 until his death in 1250. His reign was marked by conflict and civil wars
was named the Bishop of Ratzeburg the first since its destruction by the Wends in 1066. He formed the newly named cathedral chapter of the diocese into Bishopric of Ratzeburg German: Bistum Ratzeburg centered on Ratzeburg in Northern Germany, was originally a suffragan to the Archdiocese of Hamburg of Ratzeburg was a Premonstratensian Bishop of Ratzeburg In 1236, Ludolph was appointed to the ...