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  1. Person:Valdemar IV, Duke of Schleswig (1) - Genealogy

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    Valdemar IV , Duke of Schleswig. b. app. 1265 d. 1312

  2. Valdemar IV Of Denmark - jspayne.com

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    Biography Accession to the throne. He was the youngest son of King Christopher II of Denmark and Euphemia of Pomerania.He spent most of his childhood and youth in exile at the court of Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor in Bavaria, after the defeats of his father and the death and imprisonment, respectively, of his two older brothers, Eric and Otto, at the hand of the Holsteiners.

  3. Valdemar I of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Valdemar was the son of Canute Lavard, Duke of Schleswig, the chivalrous and popular eldest son of King Eric I of Denmark. Valdemar's father was murdered by King Magnus I of Sweden days before the birth of Valdemar; his mother, Ingeborg of Kiev , daughter of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev and Christina Ingesdotter of Sweden , named him after her grandfather, Grand Prince Vladimir Monomakh of Kiev.

    • 1154 – 12 May 1182
    • Sweyn III
  4. House of Estridsen - Wikipedia

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    Valdemar IV "Atterdag" (c. 1320 – 24 October 1375), King of Denmark from 1340, married Helvig, a daughter of Eric II, Duke of Schleswig (see above) Christopher (d. 11 June 1363), Duke of Lolland from 1359

  5. Royal Deaths from Plague | Unofficial Royalty

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    Parents: King Valdemar IV of Denmark and Helvig of Schleswig; Married: King Haakon VI of Norway in 1363; Died: October 28, 1412, aged 59, aboard a ship in the harbor of Flensburg, Schleswig, Denmark, now in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; Buried: Roskilde Cathedral in Roskilde, Denmark; Wikipedia: Queen Margrethe I of Denmark

  6. Coat of arms of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    In the case of Denmark, the coat of arms of the House of Estridsen with the extinction of the dynasty became the "coat of arms of Denmark". Olaf II of Denmark (and IV of Norway) succeeded his maternal grandfather Valdemar IV in 1376. He was the first king to rule Norway and Denmark in personal union.

  7. Christian IV of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Christian IV (12 April 1577 – 28 February 1648) was King of Denmark and Norway and Duke of Holstein and Schleswig from 1588 to 1648. His 59-year reign is the longest of Danish monarchs, and of Scandinavian monarchies.

  8. October | 2017 | Unofficial Royalty

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    Frederik V, King of Denmark and Norway, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein was born at Copenhagen Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark on March 31, 1723. His birthplace was demolished in 1731 to make room for the first Christiansborg Palace .

  9. Norwegian Royals | Unofficial Royalty

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    Prince Carl August of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, the 41-year-old son of Friedrich Christian I, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg and Princess Charlotte of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Plön, was chosen to be the Crown Prince of Sweden. The new Crown Prince arrived in Sweden in January 1810, but he died from a ...

  10. Burke’s Peerage

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    Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway, married second (morganatically) 31 December 1615 (separated) Kirsten Munk, created Countess of Schleswig-Holstein 1627 (born 6 July 1598; died 19 April 1658), only child of Count Ludvig Ludvigsen Munk and his wife Ellen Marsvin, and died at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark 28 February 1648 (buried ...

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