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  1. Olaf II of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Olaf II of Denmark (December 1370 – 3 August 1387) was King of Denmark as Olaf II (though occasionally referred to as Olaf III) from 1376 and King of Norway as Olaf IV from 1380 until his death. Olaf was the son of Queen Margaret I of Denmark and King Haakon VI of Norway , and grandson of kings Magnus IV of Sweden and Valdemar IV of Denmark .

    • 3 May 1376 – 3 August 1387
    • Valdemar IV
  2. Olaf II of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Olaf II Haraldsson (c. 995 – 29 July 1030), later known as Saint Olaf (and traditionally as St. Olave), was King of Norway from 1015 to 1028. Son of Harald Grenske, a petty king in Vestfold, Norway, he was posthumously given the title Rex Perpetuus Norvegiae (English: Eternal/Perpetual King of Norway) and canonised at Nidaros by Bishop Grimkell, one year after his death in the Battle of ...

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  4. Olaf Haraldsen - Wikipedia

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    Olaf Haraldsen (died c. 1143) was a Danish anti-king who ruled Scania for a few years from 1139. He never won control over the rest of Denmark, and he is not included in the list of Danish monarchs used by the Danish monarchy or Den Store Danske Encyklopædi. He is sometimes called "Olaf II" even though there was a later Olaf II of Denmark.

  5. Oluf 2. - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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    Oluf 2. i et udsnit fra Kronborgtapeterne, Gobelin : Hans Knieper ( 1581 - 1584) Oluf 2. eller Oluf Håkonsen, norsk Olav IV Håkonsson til tider også kaldet Oluf 3. (født december 1370, død 3. august 1387) var konge i Danmark 1376 - 1387 og i Norge 1380 - 1387. Indtil han blev 15 år, var hans mor Margrete 1. hans formynder.

  6. Olaf - Wikipedia

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    North Germanic

    Denmark 1. Olaf I of Denmark, king 1086–1095 2. Olaf II of Denmark, also Olaf IV of Norway 3. Oluf Haraldsen(died c. 1143), Danish nobleman who ruled Scania for a few years from 1139 Norway 1. Olaf Haraldsson Geirstadalf, petty king 2. Olaf I of NorwayTryggvason, 969 – 9 September 1000 3. Olaf II of Norway, or Saint Olaf, ruled 1015–1030 4. Olaf III of Norway, king 1067–1093 5. Olaf Magnusson(formerly IV) of Norway, 1103–1110 6. Olaf IV of Norway, king 1370 – 23 August 1387; was also Olaf II...

    Norse-Gaelic

    Not all the following were strictly Norse-Gaels, but they share the most common Norse-Gaelic names. 1. Olaf the Black, 13th-century Norse king 2. Amlaíb Conung (King Olaf), King of Dublin, possibly identical with Olaf the White 3. Olaf III Guthfrithson(Emlaíb mac Gofraid), King of Dublin 4. Amlaíb Ua Donnubáin(Auliffe O'Donovan), regional Irish king

    Novgorod Republic

    1. Uleb Ragnvaldsson, son of Ragnvald Ulfsson jarl of Staraja Ladoga(Aldeigjuborg), military leader of Novgorod Republic in conquering of Yugra in 1032.

  7. Oluf Hartmann - Wikipedia

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    Oluf Hartmann (16 February 1879 – 16 January 1910) was a Danish painter. Trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, he showed his works at important exhibitions in the 1900s. Contents

  8. Oluf Reed-Olsen - Wikipedia

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    Oluf Bernhard Reed-Olsen (8 July 1918 – 14 October 2002) was a Norwegian resistance member and pilot during World War II.As a resistance member he is best known for the Lysaker Bridge sabotage as well as operating illegal radio transmitters.

  9. Olaf - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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    ÓlafR og ÓlæifR er blant de ti almindeligste mandsnavne fundet på nordiske runesten fra vikingetiden, og har derfor sandsynligvis været helt almindeligt i datidens Norden. Navnet er dannet af de urnordiske navneled anu (= ane, stamfar) og laibaR, (= efterkommer, arving). Den almindeligste skrivemåde var olafr eller ulafR, som på Lundagårdsstenen: "Þorgísl, søn af Ásgeirr Bjørns søn, rejste disse sten til minde om begge hans brødre, Ólafr og Óttarr, gode jordejere." På en af Bjäresjöstenene læser man: "Frede rejste denne sten efter sin svoger Olav, en meget god dreng." Olav eller Olaf var i middelalderen meget almindeligt. Over 550 forskellige personer med navnet er omtalt i Regesta Norvegica. Efter reformationen gav flere norske forældre sønnen navnet Olav end før, måske som en hyldest til den landflygtige biskop Olav Engelbrektsson. I nyere tid nåede navnet i Norge en top i 1906, muligvis fordi kronprinsen fik det navn i 1905, da hans far Haakon 7.blev norsk konge.

    Øvrige personer

    1. Olaf Henriksen, dansk baseballspiller. 2. Jens Olaf Jersild, dansk journalist og tv-vært. 3. Olaf Nielsen, dansk skuespiller. 4. Olaf Olsen, rigsantikvar 1981-1995 5. Olof Palme, svensk statsminister. 6. Olaf Rude, dansk kunstmaler. 7. Olaf Rye, norsk-dansk officer. 8. Olaf Thon, tysk fodboldspiller. 9. Olaf Ussing, dansk skuespiller. 10. Olaf Johannessen, færøsk skuespiller

    Oluf Sand er en figur i tv-julekalenderen The Julekalender. Han spilles af Viggo Sommer.
    I Disneys succesrige animationsfilm Frost er snemanden Olaf en central biperson.
  10. Norske Gaardnavne - Wikipedia

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    Norske Gaardnavne (English: Norwegian Farm Names) is a 19-volume set of books based on a manuscript prepared from 1897 to 1924 by Oluf Rygh, a noted professor of archaeology, philology, and history at the University of Oslo. The book contains a standardized notation, information on pronunciation, historical forms, and the etymology for recorded ...

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