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  1. Valdemar I of Denmark - Wikipedia

    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
  2. List of the bishops of Schleswig - Wikipedia

    The List of the Bishops of Schleswig contains the names of the bishops of the see in Schleswig (Danish: Slesvig, English: Sleswick) in chronological order.Also Lutheran bishops, who officiated after 1542, superintendents and general superintendents are listed.

  3. House of Estridsen - Wikipedia

    Valdemar V (1314–1364), Duke of Schleswig from 1325 to 1326 and from 1330 to 1364, King of Denmark as Valdemar III from 1326 to 1330, married Richardis, a daughter of Gunzelin VI, Count of Schwerin. Valdemar (c. 1338 – 1360) Henry (c. 1342 – August 1375), Duke of Schleswig from 1364

  4. Royal Deaths from Plague | Unofficial Royalty

    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

  5. The Sons of Semiramis - A house of Folkung Kalmar Union ...

    Nov 22, 2020 · His successor Valdemar IV was not even recognized as King of Denmark until 1340, leading the years 1332-1340 to be known as “the kingless time”. From his ascension to the throne until his death, Valdemar managed to reclaim most of the lost Kingdom through a mixture of economic, diplomatic, and military measures.

  6. Coat of arms of Denmark - Wikipedia

    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

    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. List of rulers of Estonia - Wikipedia

    2 August 1332 Nykøbing Castle aged 55 Eric (IV) (Erik Christoffersen) 1321-26 (deposed) c. 1307 eldest son of Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania: Elizabeth of Holstein-Rendsburg 1330 no issue early 1332 aged c. 25 Valdemar II (Valdemar 3.) 1326–1329 (deposed) c. 1314 only son of Eric II, Duke of Schleswig and Adelaide of Holstein ...

  9. Burke’s Peerage

    1947–1972 HM christian Frederik IX franz michael carl valdemar georg, King of Denmark, of the Wends and of the Goths, Duke of Schleswig, Holstein, Stormarn, Dithmarschen, Lauenburg and Oldenburg (the last King of Denmark to be so styled), born at Sorgenfri Palace, Denmark 11 March 1899, married at Storkyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden 24 May 1935 HRH ...

  10. October | 2017 | Unofficial Royalty

    On August 6, 1746, King Christian VI died and Frederik became King of Denmark and Norway and Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. Although Frederik took part in the government by attending council meetings, he was afflicted with alcoholism and most of his reign was dominated by his very able ministers Count Adam Gottlob Moltke , Count Johann Hartwig ...

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