Sigurd Eiriksson «Slefa» Sleva

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Sigurd «Slefa» Sleva (Eiriksson)

Norwegian: Sigurd «Slefa» Eriksson, Norse, Old: Sigurd «Slefa» Unasson [Sigurðarson], Norwegian: Sigurd «Slefa» Haraldson Kyrre
Also Known As: "Sigurd Slefa", "Sigurður slefa"
Birthdate: (25)
Birthplace: Norway
Death: Died in Alkreksstath, Viken - killed by irate Hersir Klypp
Immediate Family:

Son of Eirik Haraldsson «Blood-axe» Blodøks; Gunhild Gormsdotter «Mother of Kings» Kongemor and Gunnhild Haraldsson
Brother of Gamle (Gamli) Eiriksson; Ragnfred of Norge, c. 923; Erling Eirikson; Guttorm (Guttormur) Eiriksson; Harald II Eiriksson «Greycloak» Gråfell, King of Norway and 9 others
Half brother of Ragnhild "The Wicked" Eiríksdóttir

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About Sigurd Eiriksson «Slefa» Sleva

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Sigurd Sleva (Eiriksson) (Sigurður slefa) ca ?-964, PAM

(In English: Sigurd Slefa)

FATHER: Eirik Blodøks (Haraldsson)

MOTHER: Gunnhild Ossursdotter

From: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORWAY.htm#_ftnref122

SIGURD Eriksson "Sleva" [Snog] (-murdered Vors [965]).

  • Snorre names (in order) "Gamle the oldest, then Guthorm, Harald, Ragnfrod, Ragnhild, Erling, Gudrod and Sigurd Sleva" as the children of King Eirik & his wife.
  • The Historia Norwegie names "Siwardum Lioma" as third son of "Ericus…Blothex" & his wife.
  • Joint King in Norway. According to Snorre, he was murdered in 965 by Herse Klyp in revenge for raping his wife.
  • The Historia Norwegie records that "Siwardus" was murdered by the peasants of Voss led by "Wemundo Volubriot".
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Sigurd Eiriksson «Slefa» Sleva's Timeline

940
940
Norway
965
965
Age 25
Alkreksstath, Viken - killed by irate Hersir Klypp