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  1. Canute I (Swedish: Knut Eriksson, Old Norse: Knútr Eiríksson; born before 1150 – died 1195/96) was king over all of Sweden from 1173 to 1195 (rival king since 1167). He was a son of King Eric the Saint and Queen Christina, who was a granddaughter of the Swedish king Inge the Elder

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  2. Canute I of Sweden - Wikipedia

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    Canute I (Swedish: Knut Eriksson, Old Norse: Knútr Eiríksson; born before 1150 – died 1195/96) was king over all of Sweden from 1173 to 1195 (rival king since 1167). He was a son of King Eric the Saint and Queen Christina, who was a granddaughter of the Swedish king Inge the Elder

  3. Knut Eriksson | king of Sweden | Britannica

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    Other articles where Knut Eriksson is discussed: Sweden: Civil wars: Erik’s son Knut killed Sverker’s son (1167) and was accepted as king of the entire country. Knut organized the currency system, worked for the organization of the church, and established a fortress on the site of Stockholm. After his death in 1196, members of the families of…

  4. Canute I Eriksson (Erikska), King of Sweden (1145 - 1196 ...

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    Dec 11, 2018 · Canute I Eriksson (Old Norse: Knútr Eiríksson) or Knut Eriksson in modern Swedish (born before 1150 - died 1195/96) was king over all of Sweden from 1173 to 1195 (rival king since 1167). He was a son of king Eric the Saint and Kristina (probably a granddaughter of Inge the Elder.

  5. Knut Eriksson (1145-1196) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

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    May 16, 2019 · Knut Eriksson, King of Sweden d. 1196 Knut Eriksson, King of Sweden was the son of Erik IX, King of Sweden and Christina Björnsdottir.1 He died in 1196.1 He succeeded to the title of King Knut of Sweden in 1173.2 Child of Knut Eriksson, King of Sweden Erik X Knutsson, King of Sweden+2 d. 1216 Citations [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families ...

  6. Knut Ericsson - Historical records and family trees - MyHeritage

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    Knut Ivar Ericsson was born on month day 1878, at birth place, to Johan Erik Eriksson and Maria Adolfina Eriksson (born Norström). Johan was born on October 3 1838, in Österhaninge, Stockholm County, Sweden.

  7. Knut Ericson - Historical records and family trees - MyHeritage

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    Knut Elon Eriksson was born on month day 1895, at birth place, to Johannes Ericson and Klara Kristina Ericson (born Hägg). Johannes was born on November 4 1860, in Sjukarby Tierp. Klara was born on July 6 1862, in Vallby.

  8. Canute Eriksson - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Canute, Knut IV Valdemarson was born on month day 1163, at birth place, to Valdemar den store Eriksson and София Владимировна Минская (born Vladimororuna). Valdemar was born on January 14 1131, in Slesvig, Schleswig- Holstein, Danmark.

  9. Knut Eriksson – Wikipedia

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    Knut Eriksson, född senast på 1140-talet, död 1195 eller 1196, var kung av Sverige från 1167, samt son till Erik den helige och Kristina Björnsdotter av Danmark. Knut Eriksson tog brutalt makten genom att först döda Karl Sverkersson (överfallet 1167 på Visingsö).

  10. Knut - Wikipedia

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    Canute I of Sweden (Swedish: Knut Eriksson) (king 1173–1195) Canute II of Sweden (Swedish: Knut Långe) (king 1229–1234) Knud VI of Denmark (Danish: Knud VI), king of Denmark (r. 1182–1202) Knut Wallenberg (1853-1938) was a Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs and prominent banker; Knut Hamsun (1859–1952) was a leading Norwegian author

  11. List of Swedish monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Canute I Ericson (Knut Eriksson) (1167–1173 not in Östergötland; from 1173 also in Östergötland), 1167–1195/1196: Non-contemporary: before 1150, son of Eric the Saint and Kristina (probably a granddaughter of Inge the Elder) Cecilia Johansdotter: Died peacefully in 1195 or 1196, buried at Varnhem Abbey