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Håkon Magnusson

Norwegian: Kong Håkon Magnusson, Norse, Old: Hákon Magnússon
Also Known As: "Hákon Háleggr", "Håkon Langbein", "Håkon V Magnusson", "Håkon 5 Magnusson", "Håkon 5."
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Tønsberg, Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway
Death: May 08, 1319 (49)
Tunsberghus, Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway
Place of Burial: Akershus Festning, Oslo, Norway
Immediate Family:

Son of Magnus VI Haakonsson, king of Norway and Queen Ingeborg Eriksdatter af Danmark
Husband of Isabelle de Joigny and Euphemia von Rügen, Queen of Norway
Ex-partner of N.N. Vereide
Father of Princess Agnes Haakonsdatter; Ingeborg of Norway and Agnes Haakonsdatter
Brother of prins Olav Magnusson +; prins Magnus +; Kong Eric Magnusson av Norge and Prinsesse Kristina Magnusdotter de Graham, av Norge

Occupation: Konge av Norge, Konge, King
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About Håkon V Magnusson, king of Norway

Håkon V Magnusson, king of Norway

HAAKON Magnusson (Tönsberg [10 Apr] 1270-Tönsberg 8 May 1319, bur Oslo, Maria Church). The Icelandic Annals record the birth "Tunsbergis" in 1270 of "Haqvinus Magni regis filius"[602]. Duke of Norway 1273. "Hakon…Noregs hertoge, son Magnuser konongs" issued a charter dated 12 May 1292[603]. He succeeded his brother in 1299 as HAAKON V King of Norway. The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "in festo omnium sanctorum" in 1299 of "Haqvinus dux frater eius…cum Euphemia regina" after the death of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[604]. "Hakon…Noregs konongr son Magnus konongs" donated property to the church of Stavanger by charter dated 1 Jun 1300[605]. The Icelandic Annals record the death "VIII Id Mai" in 1319 of "Haqvinus Magni filius…rex"[606].

Wives

  • Married: firstly ([1295/97]) ISABELLE de Joigny, daughter of JEAN [I] Comte de Joigny & his wife Marie de Mercœur (-[1295/97]). The Chronicle of Lanercost records that "rex Norwagiæ…frater" married "filiam comitis de Clermunth"[607]. The marriage contract between "Maria comitissa Jugniaci…Ysabellim filiam nostram" and "Hatuinum ducem Norwegiæ germanum…E. Norwegiæ regis" is dated Nov 1295[608].
  • Married: secondly (early 1299) EUPHEMIA von Rügen, daughter of WIZLAW II Fürst von Rügen & his wife Agnes von Braunschweig (-1 May 1312). The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "in festo omnium sanctorum" in 1299 of "Haqvinus dux frater eius…cum Euphemia regina…[filia] comitis Vindlandiæ" after the death of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[609]. The testament of "Wizlavus senior Ruyanorum princeps", dated 27 Dec 1302, names "…domine regine Norwegie filie mee…", appoints "filium meum…dominum Haquinum regem Norwegie…dominum Ericum ducem Suecie et dominos Waldemarum ducem Suecie ac Ericum ducem Langlandie nepotes meos" as executors, in the presence of "domino Haquino rege et domina Eufemia regina Norwegie, dominis Erico duci Suecie et Iacobo comiti Hallandie"[610]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1312 of "Euphemia regina Haqvini regis Norvegiæ"[611].

King Haakon V & his second wife EUPHEMIA von Rügen had one child:

  • a) INGEBORG Haakonsdatter (1301-17 Jun after 1360). The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1301 of "domicella Ingeborga, filia regis Haqvini"[612]. The Icelandic Annals record the betrothal in 1302 of "dux Ericus" and "domicellam Ingiburgam filiam Haqvini regis"[613]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1311 of "Dux Ericus in Suecia" and "domicellam Ingeburgam filiam Haqvini regis"[614]. The Annales Lubicenses refer to the wife of "Ericus [dux]" as "filiam Haquini regis Norwegiæ"[615]. By her first husband she was ancestress of subsequent Kings of Norway and Sweden. m firstly (Betrothed 1302, 29 Sep 1312) ERIK Magnusson Duke of Sweden, son of MAGNUS Lådulas [Folkunge] King of Sweden & his wife Hedwig von Holstein ([1282]-murdered Nyköping Castle Feb 1318, bur Stockholm, Storkyrka, transferred 1322 to Uppsala Cathedral). m secondly ([21 Jun] 1327) KNUT Porse Duke of South Halland, son of PETER Knudsen Porse (-murdered Copenhagen 30 May 1330).

King Haakon V had one illegitimate child by an unknown mistress:

  • b) AGNES Haakonsdatter. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1302 of "Hafthorerus domini Johannis Rufi filius" and "Agnesam Haqvini regis filiam"[616]. She must have been illegitimate as there is no record of having made a dynastic betrothal unlike her younger half-sister. m (1302) HAFTHOR Jonsson [Roos], son of Baron JON Ivarsson Raud [Roos] & his wife --- (-[1320/21]). Knight in the Norwegian royal council. Syslaman in Romerike.

Source - Project MedLands, Norway Kings - http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORWAY.htm#_Toc360005215

DIS-Norge gravsted Akershus slott Oslo: Ble gravlagt i en murt grav under gulvet i Mariakirken i Oslo. Under arkeologiske utgravninger av kirkens ruiner i 1868 ble alle rester av begravelser tatt opp. I 1975 ble resultatene av en undersøkelse av de bevarte hodeskaller fra Mariakirken lagt frem. Man hadde der med rimelige grad av sikkerhet klart å identifisere Håkon Vs og dronning Eufemias hodeskaller. I 1982 ble disse bisatt i krypten på Akershus, ved siden av Sigurd Jorsalfarer.

Håkon V Magnusson (født 1270, død 8. mai 1319), også omtalt som Hákon Háleggr (Håkon Langbein) blant annet i Flateyjarbók, var Norges konge mellom 1299 og 1319. Fra 1284 til 1299 var Håkon hertug over Oslo, Oplandene, Færøyene, Ryfylke og Hjaltland med uinnskrenket rådevelde. Håkon er forøvrig kjent for byggingen av Akershus festning, Vardøhus festning og Båhus festning, og for at han gjorde Oslo til Norges rikshovedstad i 1314. Les videre: Wikipedia •Wikipedia: Håkon V (Norsk), Haakon V of Norway (English), •lokalhistoriewiki: Håkon V Magnusson •Norsk nettleksikon: Håkon 5 Magnusson •NRK: norgesglasset •Bokhylla.no: Norges Konger fra Halard Hårfagre til Harald V: Håkon V Magnusson. Borgbyggeren. (Norwegian IP addresses only). •Britannica Online: Haakon V Magnusson •Dramatisert lydfortelling om Kong Haakon V: Kong Haakon den femte •http://www.bt.no/bergenpuls/En-700-ar-gammel-forbrytelse-2395748.html •Brøttumsboka, s. 985-986 (Av kongelig Ætt, Brattætten)

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Biskop Arnes saga, kapittel 38, står det følgende:

Ok eptir margar greinir ok langt viðtal jáði hann at þola sakir góðvilja við virðuligan herra Eirek konúng hinn kórónaða, ok herra Hákon hertoga, sonu ágæts Magnúss konúngs ok frú Íngibjargar drottningar, þar til er skipaðr verðr erkibiskup til Niðaróss: þann boðskap, er þetta bréf váttaði, er Eirekr konúngr sendi með herra Rafni,

Og her er oversettelsen til moderne norsk hentet fra utgaven som ble utgitt i 2007 (s. 102):

Etter mange forhandlinger og lange samtaler lovet han ut fra sit velvillige sinnelag overfor den verdige kong Eirik den kronede og herr hertug Håkon sønn av av den gjeve kong Magnus og hans dronning fru Ingeborg, å tåle de påbud som det brevet herr kong Eirik sende med herr Ravn vitnet om, inntil en ny erkebiskop til Nidaros var innsatt.


HAAKON Magnusson (Tönsberg [10 Apr] 1270-Tönsberg 8 May 1319, bur Oslo, Maria Church). The Icelandic Annals record the birth "Tunsbergis" in 1270 of "Haqvinus Magni regis filius"[601]. Duke of Norway 1273. "Hakon…Noregs hertoge, son Magnuser konongs" issued a charter dated 12 May 1292[602]. He succeeded his brother in 1299 as HAAKON V King of Norway. The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "in festo omnium sanctorum" in 1299 of "Haqvinus dux frater eius…cum Euphemia regina" after the death of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[603]. "Hakon…Noregs konongr son Magnus konongs" donated property to the church of Stavanger by charter dated 1 Jun 1300[604]. The Icelandic Annals record the death "VIII Id Mai" in 1319 of "Haqvinus Magni filius…rex"[605]. m firstly ([1295/97]) ISABELLE de Joigny, daughter of JEAN [I] Comte de Joigny & his wife Marie de Mercœur (-[1295/97]). The Chronicle of Lanercost records that "rex Norwagiæ…frater" married "filiam comitis de Clermunth"[606]. The marriage contract between "Maria comitissa Jugniaci…Ysabellim filiam nostram" and "Hatuinum ducem Norwegiæ germanum…E. Norwegiæ regis" is dated Nov 1295[607]. m secondly (early 1299) EUPHEMIA von Rügen, daughter of WIZLAW II Fürst von Rügen & his wife Agnes von Braunschweig (-1 May 1312). The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "in festo omnium sanctorum" in 1299 of "Haqvinus dux frater eius…cum Euphemia regina…[filia] comitis Vindlandiæ" after the death of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[608]. The testament of "Wizlavus senior Ruyanorum princeps", dated 27 Dec 1302, names "…domine regine Norwegie filie mee…", appoints "filium meum…dominum Haquinum regem Norwegie…dominum Ericum ducem Suecie et dominos Waldemarum ducem Suecie ac Ericum ducem Langlandie nepotes meos" as executors, in the presence of "domino Haquino rege et domina Eufemia regina Norwegie, dominis Erico duci Suecie et Iacobo comiti Hallandie"[609]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1312 of "Euphemia regina Haqvini regis Norvegiæ"[610].

King Haakon V & his second wife had one child:

  • a) INGEBORG Haakonsdatter (1301-17 Jun after 1360). The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1301 of "domicella Ingeborga, filia regis Haqvini"[611]. The Icelandic Annals record the betrothal in 1302 of "dux Ericus" and "domicellam Ingiburgam filiam Haqvini regis"[612]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1311 of "Dux Ericus in Suecia" and "domicellam Ingeburgam filiam Haqvini regis"[613]. The Annales Lubicenses refer to the wife of "Ericus [dux]" as "filiam Haquini regis Norwegiæ"[614]. By her first husband she was ancestress of subsequent Kings of Norway and Sweden. m firstly (Betrothed 1302, 29 Sep 1312) ERIK Magnusson Duke of Sweden, son of MAGNUS Lådulas [Folkunge] King of Sweden & his wife Hedwig von Holstein ([1282]-murdered Nyköping Castle Feb 1318, bur Stockholm, Storkyrka, transferred 1322 to Uppsala Cathedral). m secondly ([21 Jun] 1327) KNUT Porse Duke of South Halland, son of PETER Knudsen Porse (-murdered Copenhagen 30 May 1330).

King Haakon V had one illegitimate child by an unknown mistress:

  • b) AGNES Haakonsdatter. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1302 of "Hafthorerus domini Johannis Rufi filius" and "Agnesam Haqvini regis filiam"[615]. She must have been illegitimate as there is no record of having made a dynastic betrothal unlike her younger half-sister. m (1302) HAFTHOR Jonsson [Roos], son of Baron JON Ivarsson Raud [Roos] & his wife --- (-[1320/21]). Knight in the Norwegian royal council. Syslaman in Romerike.

Nummer: 411.

Dato: 23 aug. 1299. Sted: Bergen.

Sammendrag: Kong Haakon Magnusson melder øvrighet og borgere i Lynn og andre byer i England, at han næste sommer vil sørge for at hans undersaatter betaler sin gjæld i England og kræver gjengjæld.

Kilde: Trykt i Swindon, The History of Great Yarmouth (Norwich 1772), s. 16 f.1

Nummer: 350.

Dato: [Vaaren 1290.] Sted: Ikke stedsnavn

Sammendrag: Hertug (senere kong) Haakon Magnusson beder for William Avarson og William Servant,1 medlemmer av kjøbmandsselskapet fra Cahors (i Syd-Frankrige), kong Edward I skrive til Skotlands regenter og paaminde dem om at betale disse kjøbmænd en gjæld paa 2 800 mark sterling, for hvilken den avdøde kong Alexander av Skotlands datter Margareta (Erik Magnussons avdøde dronning) stod som kautionist.

Kilde: Orig. paa Perg. (spor av et sekret i rødt voks). Ancient Correspondence, vol. XIX nr. 173. Jfr. A. Bugge, Handelen mellem Norge og England, Norsk hist. Tidsskr., 3 r. b. IV, s. 53 f.


Konge fra 1299-1319.


Ha ... Magnusson, King of Norway

10 Apr 1270 - 8 May 1319

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Håkon V Magnusson, king of Norway's Timeline

1270
April 10, 1270
Tønsberg, Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway
1273
1273
Age 2
Bergen - given rank of Duke (Longlegs=Halegg)
1292
1292
Gloppen, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway
1299
November 1, 1299
Age 29
1301
1301
Norge
1319
May 8, 1319
Age 49
Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway
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