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Kung Halsten Stenkilsson

Nicknames: "Halsten of Svitjod"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Uppsala
Death: Died in Sweden - co-reign w/bros from 1060
Immediate Family:

Son of Kung Stenkil Ragnvaldsson, Kung av Sverige and Maria Inga Edmundsdotter, av Sverige
Husband of Anna of Kiev
Father of Ingilborg Holmgarth; Philip Halstensson, King of Sweden; Inge II, King of Sweden and NN Hallsteinsdatter av Sverige
Brother of "Blot"-Svein Steinkelsson of Sweden; Inge "den äldre" Stenkilsson av Sverige, Kung av Sverige; Eric Stenkilsson, King of Sweden and Helena Stenkilsdotter
Half brother of Inge "den äldre" Stenkilsson av Sverige, Kung av Sverige and NN Ragnvaldsdtr

Occupation: King of Sweden, Kung i Sverige ca 1067-1070 och 1079-1084, Kung av Sverige, kung av Sverige, Kung 1067-70, konge av sverige
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About Kung Halsten Stenkilsson

Halsten Stenkilsson (Old Icelandic: Hallstein[1]) was king of Sweden after his father Stenkil's death (1066), and he ruled together with his brother Inge the Elder.[2][3][4] The date of his death is not known.

Little is known of his time as king. In a scholia in the work of Adam of Bremen, he is reported to have been elected king after the death of two pretenders, but deposed after a short while. The information that he ruled together with his brother Inge comes from a papal letter from 1081, by Pope Gregory VII, where Halsten and his brother are named with the initials A and I, and where they are called kings of Västergötland (rege wisigothorum). His co-rulership with his brother Inge is also mentioned in the Hervarar saga. In the regnal list of the Westrogothic law, he is said to have been courteous and cheerful, and whenever a case was submitted to him, he judged fairly, and this was why Sweden mourned his death.He was the father of the co-rulers Philip and Inge the Younger.

The Hervarar saga, which is one of the few sources about the kings of this time, has the following to tell:

King Steinkel had, besides Ingi, another son Hallstein who reigned along with his brother. Hallstein's sons were Philip and Ingi, and they succeeded to the Kingdom of Sweden after King Ingi the elder.

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Halsten Stenkilsson eller Hallsten, cirka 1050 - 1070, var en svensk kung som regerade i Sverige under en kort tid efter år 1067 möjligen tillsammans med sin bror Inge den äldre fram till omkring 1070. Adam av Bremen nämner honom endast i en marginalanteckning. Han är även omtalad i äldre Västgötalagen.

Halsten var son till kung Stenkil och dennes drottning och far till de båda kungarna Filip och Inge den yngre. Hans dödsår är osäkert, och kan ha varit så tidigt som 1070 men också så sent som 1084. Enligt vissa texter skall han ha varit kraftigt påverkad av sin bror Inge den äldre som också möjligtvis orsakade de tronstridigheter som inträffade mellan 1066 och 1088 genom att stödja en hårdför kristendom.

I Västgötalagens regentlista sades han vara hövlig och glad, och närhelst ett lagärende lades fram för honom, dömde han rättvist, och för detta sörjde Sverige hans död[ifrågasatt uppgift].

Barn:

  1. Filip
  2. Inge den yngre

Referenser [redigera]

   * The Saga of Hervör and Heithrek, in Stories and Ballads of the Far Past, translated from the Norse (Icelandic and Faroese), by N. Kershaw.Cambridge at the University Press, 1921.
   * Halsten i Nordisk familjebok (2:a upplagan, 1909)
   * Andersson, Lars M.; Amurén, Lena: Sveriges historia i årtal, Historiska media, Lund 2003. ISBN 91-89442-71-7. 

Se även [redigera]

   * Halsten Månsson Bagge

Företrädare:

Erik Stenkilsson

och Erik Hedningen Kung av Sverige

1067–1070 Efterträdare:

Håkan Röde (i Västergötland)

Anund Gårdske (i Svealand)

Företrädare:

Håkan Röde Kung av Sverige

1079–1084

samregent med

Inge den äldre Efterträdare:

Inge den äldre (i Västergötland)

Blot-Sven (i Svealand)

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Blason Royaume de Suède (ancien) (selon Gelre).svg -------------------- Alstan of Sweden

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Alstan of Sweden (Swedish: Hallsten or Halsten Stenkilsson; Old Icelandic: Hallstein[1]) was a king of Sweden, son of King Stenkil and a Swedish princess. He became king after his father Stenkil's death (1066), and he ruled together with his brother Inge the Elder.[2][3][4] The date of his death is not known.[3]

Little is known of his time as king.[3] In a scholia in the work of Adam of Bremen, he is reported to have been elected king after the death of two pretenders,[3] but deposed after a short while.[3][4] The information that he ruled together with his brother Inge comes from a papal letter from 1081, by Pope Gregory VII, where Alstan and his brother are named with the initials A and I, and where they are called kings of Västergötland[3] (rege wisigothorum[5]). His co-rulership with his brother Inge is also mentioned in the Hervarar saga[2]. In the regnal list of the Westrogothic law, he is said to have been courteous and cheerful, and whenever a case was submitted to him, he judged fairly,[3][4] and this was why Sweden mourned his death.[3]He was the father of the co-rulers Philip and Inge the Younger.[2][3][4]

The Hervarar saga, which is one of the few sources about the kings of this time, has the following to tell:

Hallsteinn hét sonr Steinkels konungs, bróðir Inga konungs, er konungr var með Inga konungi, bróður sínum. Synir Hallsteins váru þeir Philippus ok Ingi, er konungdóm tóku í Svíþjóð eptir Inga konung gamla.[1]

King Steinchetel had, besides Ingi, another son Alstan who reigned along with his brother. Alstan's sons were Philip and Ingi, and they succeeded to the Kingdom of Sweden after King Ingi the elder.[2]

[edit]Notes and references

^ a b Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks, Guðni Jónsson's og Bjarni Vilhjálmsson's edition at «Norrøne Tekster og Kvad».

^ a b c d The Saga of Hervör and Heithrek, in Stories and Ballads of the Far Past, translated from the Norse (Icelandic and Faroese), by N. Kershaw.Cambridge at the University Press, 1921.

^ a b c d e f g h i The article Halsten in Nordisk familjebok (1909).

^ a b c d "Halsten", Nationalencyklopedin

^ Kaliff, A. (2001) Gothic Connections, Contacts between eastern Scandinavia and the southern Baltic coast 1000BC-500AD. Occasional Papers in Archaeology 26. Uppsala. p. 16. -------------------- Halstein Stenkilsson var en svensk konge i en kort tid etter år 1066, antagelig i årene 1067-1070. Muligens regjerte han sammen med sin bror Inge Stenkilsson den eldre fram til ca 1068.

Svært lite vites om Halstein. Han nevnes kun i en marginalskrift hos kronikøren Adam av Bremen hvor han påstås å ha regjert i Sverige i en kort tid etter år 1066. Halstein var sønn til kong Stenkil og far til to sønner som begge ble konger: Filip og Inge den yngre. Året han døde er usikkert, men det kan ha vært så tidlig som 1070 og så sent som 1084.

I henhold til noen tekster skal Halstein ha vært meget influert av sin bror Inge den eldre, som var årsaken til stridigheter om kongsmakten mellom 1066 og 1088 ved å gå innfor en hensynsløs og kompromissløs kristendom.

Forgjenger:

Erik Hedningen og Erik Stenkilsson  Konge av Sverige

(1067–1070) Etterfølger:

Anund Gårdske og Håkan Røde  

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