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Nicknames: "Dyggve", "Dyggvi", "Dyggui", "Tryggvi"
Birthplace: Uppsala, Sweden
Death: Died in Sverige
Occupation: King of Uppsala, konge sverne, Swedish King of House of Yngling, King of Sweden 162, King Sverne 162, King of Sweden, Ruler of Sweden, King in Sweden, @occu00536@, Kung i Svealand, Swedish King, Roi d'Uppsala, Konge i Sverige.
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About Dyggvi the Brave Domarsson, King in Uppsala

Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Dygvvi's father Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dyggvi hét son hans, er þar næst réð löndum, ok er frá honum ekki sagt annat, en hann varð sóttdauðr.[1]

Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.[2][3]

About Dyggvi's mother Snorri had more to say: Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark took its name.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi -------------------- Dyggve Domarsson (Dyggvi Domarsson) (In English: Dygve Domarsson) King in Uppsala (Sweden)

http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=gb&emne=nor&person=Dyggve%20Domarsson

Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.

-------------------- http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggve Dyggve var kung av Svitjod i Ynglingaätten. Hans styre var enligt Ynglingatal fullt av välstånd och han dog sotdöden.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dyggvi hét son hans, er þar næst réð löndum, ok er frá honum ekki sagt annat, en hann varð sóttdauðr.[1] Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.[2][3]

About Dyggvi's mother Snorri had more to say:

Móðir Dyggva var Drótt, dóttir Danps konungs, sonar Rígs, er fyrstr var konungr kallaðr á danska tungu; hans ættmenn höfðu ávalt síðan konungsnafn fyrir hit œzta tignarnafn. Dyggvi var fyrstr konungr kallaðr sinna ættmanna; en áðr váru þeir dróttnar kallaðir, en konur þeirra dróttningar, en drótt hirðsveitin. En Yngvi eða Ynguni var kallaðr hverr þeirra ættmanna alla ævi, en Ynglingar allir saman. Drótt dróttning var systir Dans konungs hins mikilláta, er Danmörk er við kend.[4] Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark a took its name.[5][6] In his Ynglinga saga, Snorri Sturluson included a piece from Ynglingatal composed in the 9th century:

   Kveðkat dul,
   nema Dyggva hrör
   Glitnis gná
   at gamni hefr,
   því at jódis
   Ulfs ok Narfa
   Konungmann
   kjósa skyldi;
   ok allvald
   Yngva þjóðar
   Loka mær
   of leikinn hefr.[7][8]	
   Dygve the Brave, the mighty king,
   It is no hidden secret thing,
   Has gone to meet a royal mate,
   Riding upon the horse of Fate.
   For Loke's daughter in her house
   Of Yngve's race would have a spouse;
   Therefore the fell-one snatched away
   Brave Dygve from the light of day.[9][10]

The Historia Norwegiæ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

   Hujus [Domar] filius Dyggui item in eadem regione vitæ metam invenit. Cui successit in regnum filius ejus Dagr [...][11]

Likewise Dyggve, his [Domar's] son, reached the limit of his life in that same region [Sweden]. His son Dag [...][12] The even earlier source Íslendingabók also cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it also gives Dyggvi as the successor of Dómarr and the predecessor of Dagr: ix Dómarr. x Dyggvi. xi Dagr[13]. -------------------- Konge i Uppsala (Sverige) -------------------- From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi

'In Norse mythology, Dyggvi or Dyggve (Old Norse "Useful, Effective"[1]) was a Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. Dyggvi died and became the husband of Hel, Loki's daughter. Dyggvi was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise' -------------------- Dyggvi Domarsson King In Sweden 3 20 SmartMatches

Birth: About 0382 in , , , Sweden

Death:

Sex: M

Father: Domar Domaldasson b. About 0361 in , , , Sweden

Mother: Drott Danpsdotter b. About 0365 in , , , Sweden

Text: Dyggvi King in Sweden Domarsson; Male; Birth: About 0382 , , Sweden; Baptism: 03 AUG 2001 OGDEN; Endowment: 14 SEP 2001 OGDEN; Sealing to Parents: 25 MAR 2005 CRIVE; Domar Domaldasso n / Drott Danpsdotter; Father: Domar Domaldasson; Mother: Drott Danpsdotter

  Spouses & Children    
 Mrs-Dyggvi Domarsson (Wife) b. About 0386 in , , , Sweden  

1

Marriage: ABT 0402 in Of, , , Sweden

Children:

Dag Dyggvasson b. About 0403 in , , , Sweden


 

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

  

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 Title: International Genealogical index

Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Search performed using PAF Insight on 21 Aug 2006

Title: Ancestral File (R)

Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998

-------------------- Noteringar

Sveakonung i G:a Uppsala. Son till Domalde och Drott. Dör sotdöden. Egentligen den förste av Ynglingaätten som tituleras KUNG. Tidigare kallades de DROTTNAR. Kan ha höglagts i den numer bortodlade Thorsuglehögen i G:a Uppsala.

-------------------- Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark took its name -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi -------------------- Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Dygvvi's father Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dyggvi hét son hans, er þar næst réð löndum, ok er frá honum ekki sagt annat, en hann varð sóttdauðr.[1]

Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.[2][3]

About Dyggvi's mother Snorri had more to say: Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark took its name.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi -------------------- Dyggve Domarsson (Dyggvi Domarsson) (In English: Dygve Domarsson) King in Uppsala (Sweden)

http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=gb&emne=nor&person=Dyggve%20Domarsson

Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.

-------------------- http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggve Dyggve var kung av Svitjod i Ynglingaätten. Hans styre var enligt Ynglingatal fullt av välstånd och han dog sotdöden.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dyggvi hét son hans, er þar næst réð löndum, ok er frá honum ekki sagt annat, en hann varð sóttdauðr.[1] Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.[2][3]

About Dyggvi's mother Snorri had more to say:

Móðir Dyggva var Drótt, dóttir Danps konungs, sonar Rígs, er fyrstr var konungr kallaðr á danska tungu; hans ættmenn höfðu ávalt síðan konungsnafn fyrir hit œzta tignarnafn. Dyggvi var fyrstr konungr kallaðr sinna ættmanna; en áðr váru þeir dróttnar kallaðir, en konur þeirra dróttningar, en drótt hirðsveitin. En Yngvi eða Ynguni var kallaðr hverr þeirra ættmanna alla ævi, en Ynglingar allir saman. Drótt dróttning var systir Dans konungs hins mikilláta, er Danmörk er við kend.[4] Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark a took its name.[5][6] In his Ynglinga saga, Snorri Sturluson included a piece from Ynglingatal composed in the 9th century:

  Kveðkat dul,
  nema Dyggva hrör
  Glitnis gná
  at gamni hefr,
  því at jódis
  Ulfs ok Narfa
  Konungmann
  kjósa skyldi;
  ok allvald
  Yngva þjóðar
  Loka mær
  of leikinn hefr.[7][8]	
  Dygve the Brave, the mighty king,
  It is no hidden secret thing,
  Has gone to meet a royal mate,
  Riding upon the horse of Fate.
  For Loke's daughter in her house
  Of Yngve's race would have a spouse;
  Therefore the fell-one snatched away
  Brave Dygve from the light of day.[9][10]

The Historia Norwegiæ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

  Hujus [Domar] filius Dyggui item in eadem regione vitæ metam invenit. Cui successit in regnum filius ejus Dagr [...][11]

Likewise Dyggve, his [Domar's] son, reached the limit of his life in that same region [Sweden]. His son Dag [...][12] The even earlier source Íslendingabók also cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it also gives Dyggvi as the successor of Dómarr and the predecessor of Dagr: ix Dómarr. x Dyggvi. xi Dagr[13]. -------------------- Konge i Uppsala (Sverige) -------------------- From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi

'In Norse mythology, Dyggvi or Dyggve (Old Norse "Useful, Effective"[1]) was a Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. Dyggvi died and became the husband of Hel, Loki's daughter. Dyggvi was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise' -------------------- Dyggvi Domarsson King In Sweden 3 20 SmartMatches

Birth: About 0382 in , , , Sweden

Death:

Sex: M

Father: Domar Domaldasson b. About 0361 in , , , Sweden

Mother: Drott Danpsdotter b. About 0365 in , , , Sweden

  

Ancestral File #: G6SZ-3V

Text: Dyggvi King in Sweden Domarsson; Male; Birth: About 0382 , , Sweden; Baptism: 03 AUG 2001 OGDEN; Endowment: 14 SEP 2001 OGDEN; Sealing to Parents: 25 MAR 2005 CRIVE; Domar Domaldasso n / Drott Danpsdotter; Father: Domar Domaldasson; Mother: Drott Danpsdotter

Changed: 21 Aug 2006 10:01:34

 Spouses & Children    
 
 
Mrs-Dyggvi Domarsson (Wife) b. About 0386 in , , , Sweden  

1

Marriage: ABT 0402 in Of, , , Sweden

Children:

Dag Dyggvasson b. About 0403 in , , , Sweden


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 
 Sources    
 
 
Title: International Genealogical index

Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Search performed using PAF Insight on 21 Aug 2006

Title: Ancestral File (R)

Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998

-------------------- Noteringar

Sveakonung i G:a Uppsala. Son till Domalde och Drott. Dör sotdöden. Egentligen den förste av Ynglingaätten som tituleras KUNG. Tidigare kallades de DROTTNAR. Kan ha höglagts i den numer bortodlade Thorsuglehögen i G:a Uppsala.

-------------------- Dyggvi or Dyggve was a mythological Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. He died in bed and never reached Valhalla. Instead he went to Hel, Loki's daughter, who acquired a husband of royal blood. He was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark took its name -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyggvi -------------------- In Norse mythology, Dyggvi or Dyggve (Old Norse "Useful, Effective"[1]) was a Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. Dyggvi died and became the husband of Hel, Loki's daughter. Dyggvi was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Contents [hide]

1 Attestations

2 Notes

3 References

4 Sources


[edit] Attestations

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Dygvvi's father Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dyggvi hét son hans, er þar næst réð löndum, ok er frá honum ekki sagt annat, en hann varð sóttdauðr.[2]

Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.[3][4]
 

About Dyggvi's mother Snorri had more to say:

Móðir Dyggva var Drótt, dóttir Danps konungs, sonar Rígs, er fyrstr var konungr kallaðr á danska tungu; hans ættmenn höfðu ávalt síðan konungsnafn fyrir hit œzta tignarnafn. Dyggvi var fyrstr konungr kallaðr sinna ættmanna; en áðr váru þeir dróttnar kallaðir, en konur þeirra dróttningar, en drótt hirðsveitin. En Yngvi eða Ynguni var kallaðr hverr þeirra ættmanna alla ævi, en Ynglingar allir saman. Drótt dróttning var systir Dans konungs hins mikilláta, er Danmörk er við kend.[2]

Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark took its name.[3][4]
 

In his Ynglinga saga, Snorri Sturluson included a piece from Ynglingatal composed in the 9th century:

Kveðkat dul,

nema Dyggva hrör

Glitnis gná

at gamni hefr,

því at jódis

Ulfs ok Narfa

Konungmann

kjósa skyldi;

ok allvald

Yngva þjóðar

Loka mær

of leikinn hefr.[2][5] Dygve the Brave, the mighty king,

It is no hidden secret thing,

Has gone to meet a royal mate,

Riding upon the horse of Fate.

For Loke's daughter in her house

Of Yngve's race would have a spouse;

Therefore the fell-one snatched away

Brave Dygve from the light of day.[3][6]

The Historia Norwegiæ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

Hujus [Domar] filius Dyggui item in eadem regione vitæ metam invenit. Cui successit in regnum filius ejus Dagr [...][7] Likewise Dyggve, his [Domar's] son, reached the limit of his life in that same region [Sweden]. His son Dag [...][8]

 

The even earlier source Íslendingabók also cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it also gives Dyggvi as the successor of Dómarr and the predecessor of Dagr: ix Dómarr. x Dyggvi. xi Dagr.[9]

[edit] Notes

1.^ McKinnell (2005:70).

2.^ a b c Ynglinga saga at Norrøne Tekster og Kvad

3.^ a b c "Laing's translation at the Internet Sacred Text Archive". Sacred-texts.com. http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/heim/02ynglga.htm. Retrieved 2010-01-23.

4.^ a b Northvegr and A. Odhinssen (2003-04-07). "Laing's translation at Northvegr". Northvegr.org. Archived from the original on April 17, 2008. http://web.archive.org/web/20080417210851/http://www.northvegr.org/lore/heim/001_03.php. Retrieved 2010-01-23.

5.^ A second online presentation of Ynglingatal[dead link]

6.^ Northvegr and A. Odhinssen (2003-04-07). "Laing's translation at Northvegr". Northvegr.org. Archived from the original on February 26, 2008. http://web.archive.org/web/20080226053546/http://www.northvegr.org/lore/heim/001_05.php. Retrieved 2010-01-23.

7.^ Storm, Gustav (editor) (1880). Monumenta historica Norwegiæ: Latinske kildeskrifter til Norges historie i middelalderen, Monumenta Historica Norwegiae (Kristiania: Brøgger), pp. 98-99

8.^ Ekrem, Inger (editor), Lars Boje Mortensen (editor) and Peter Fisher (translator) (2003). Historia Norwegie. Museum Tusculanum Press. ISBN 8772898135, p. 75.

9.^ Guðni Jónsson's edition of Íslendingabók

[edit] References

McKinnell, John (2005). Meeting the Other in Norse Myth and Legend. DS Brewer. ISBN 1843840421

[edit] Sources

Ynglingatal

Ynglinga saga (part of the Heimskringla)

Historia Norwegiae

-------------------- In Norse mythology, Dyggvi or Dyggve (Old Norse "Useful, Effective"[1]) was a Swedish king of the House of Ynglings. Dyggvi died and became the husband of Hel, Loki's daughter. Dyggvi was succeeded by his son Dag the Wise.

Attestations

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Dygvvi's father Domar in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Dyggvi hét son hans, er þar næst réð löndum, ok er frá honum ekki sagt annat, en hann varð sóttdauðr.[2]

Dygve was the name of his son, who succeeded him in ruling the land; and about him nothing is said but that he died in his bed.[3][4]

About Dyggvi's mother Snorri had more to say:

Móðir Dyggva var Drótt, dóttir Danps konungs, sonar Rígs, er fyrstr var konungr kallaðr á danska tungu; hans ættmenn höfðu ávalt síðan konungsnafn fyrir hit œzta tignarnafn. Dyggvi var fyrstr konungr kallaðr sinna ættmanna; en áðr váru þeir dróttnar kallaðir, en konur þeirra dróttningar, en drótt hirðsveitin. En Yngvi eða Ynguni var kallaðr hverr þeirra ættmanna alla ævi, en Ynglingar allir saman. Drótt dróttning var systir Dans konungs hins mikilláta, er Danmörk er við kend.[2]

Dygve's mother was Drott, a daughter of King Danp, the son of Rig, who was first called "king" in the Danish tongue. His descendants always afterwards considered the title of king the title of highest dignity. Dygve was the first of his family to be called king, for his predecessors had been called "Drottnar", and their wives "Drottningar", and their court "Drott". Each of their race was called Yngve, or Yngune, and the whole race together Ynglinger. The Queen Drott was a sister of King Dan Mikillati, from whom Denmark took its name.[3][4]

In his Ynglinga saga, Snorri Sturluson included a piece from Ynglingatal composed in the 9th century:

   Kveðkat dul,
   nema Dyggva hrör
   Glitnis gná
   at gamni hefr,
   því at jódis
   Ulfs ok Narfa
   Konungmann
   kjósa skyldi;
   ok allvald
   Yngva þjóðar
   Loka mær
   of leikinn hefr.[2][5]

   Dygve the Brave, the mighty king,
   It is no hidden secret thing,
   Has gone to meet a royal mate,
   Riding upon the horse of Fate.
   For Loke's daughter in her house
   Of Yngve's race would have a spouse;
   Therefore the fell-one snatched away
   Brave Dygve from the light of day.[3][6]

The Historia Norwegiæ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

   Hujus [Domar] filius Dyggui item in eadem regione vitæ metam invenit. Cui successit in regnum filius ejus Dagr [...][7]

Likewise Dyggve, his [Domar's] son, reached the limit of his life in that same region [Sweden]. His son Dag [...][8]

The even earlier source Íslendingabók also cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it also gives Dyggvi as the successor of Dómarr and the predecessor of Dagr: ix Dómarr. x Dyggvi. xi Dagr.[9] -------------------- 8. DYGVE - King of Sweden from 162 until he died in his bed in 190. His son was: --------------------

Fra SHM nr. 4/1996. Det er usikkert hva Dyggves virkelige navn var. Han har nok båret et trakisk eller persisk navn som var uforståelig for våre forfedre. Snorre beretter i Heimskringla at Dyggves mor het Drott og var datter av kong Danp, hvis far, Rig, var den første som kaltes konge. Dyggve skulle også være den første i sin ætt som kaltes konge, mens de tidligere ble kalt drotner. Dette kan være en indikasjon på at det fra omkring år 164 foregikk en forandring i navnebruken fra de uforståelige norrøne navn som vi kjenner idag. Det heter at Dyggves mar, Drott, var søster av kong Dan, og dermed skulle hun i tilfelle være datter av kong Rig, alias Hodd, Balders banemann, og kongen ved Dnjepr i Russland var hennes morfar og ikke far. --------------------

Fra SHM nr. 4/1996. Det er usikkert hva Dyggves virkelige navn var. Han har nok båret et trakisk eller persisk navn som var uforståelig for våre forfedre. Snorre beretter i Heimskringla at Dyggves mor het Drott og var datter av kong Danp, hvis far, Rig, var den første som kaltes konge. Dyggve skulle også være den første i sin ætt som kaltes konge, mens de tidligere ble kalt drotner. Dette kan være en indikasjon på at det fra omkring år 164 foregikk en forandring i navnebruken fra de uforståelige norrøne navn som vi kjenner idag. Det heter at Dyggves mar, Drott, var søster av kong Dan, og dermed skulle hun i tilfelle være datter av kong Rig, alias Hodd, Balders banemann, og kongen ved Dnjepr i Russland var hennes morfar og ikke far. -------------------- BIOGRAFI:

Nicknames: "Dyggve Domarson", "Dygve", "Dyggvi", "Domarsson", "Dyggve", "Dyggvi Domarsson /King/"

Birthdate: cirka 360

Birthplace: Uppsala, Sweden

Death: Died 410 in Sverige

Occupation: King of Uppsala, konge sverne, Swedish King of House of Yngling, King of Sweden 162, King Sverne 162, King of Sweden, Ruler of Sweden, King in Sweden, @occu00536@, Kung i Svealand, Swedish King, Roi d'Uppsala, Konge i Sverige.

Det er usikkert hva Dyggves virkelige navn var. Han har nok båret et trakisk eller persisk navn som var uforståelig for våre forfedre. Snorre beretter i Heimskringla at Dyggves mor het Drott og var datter av kong Danp, hvis far, Rig, var den første som kaltes konge. Dyggve skulle også være den første i sin ætt som kaltes konge, mens de tidligere ble kalt drotner. Dette kan være en indikasjon på at det fra omkring år 164 foregikk en forandring i navnebruken fra de uforståelige norrøne navn som vi kjenner idag. Det heter at Dyggves mar, Drott, var søster av kong Dan, og dermed skulle hun i tilfelle være datter av kong Rig, alias Hodd, Balders banemann, og kongen ved Dnjepr i Russland var hennes morfar og ikke far.

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Dyggvi the Brave Domarsson, King in Uppsala's Timeline

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Uppsala, Sweden
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Age 20
Uppsala, Uppland
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Age 42
Sweden
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Uppsala - 1st of the Yngvi or Ynglings
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Domar's Son
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Fyrisvellir near Uppsala