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Snær Jokulsson, King of Kvenland

Norwegian: Snø "Den gamle" Jokul-/Frosteson, Konge av Kvenland
Also Known As: "Snær", "Snow the Old", "Snær in gamli", "Snjór in gamli", "Snø den gamle", "Svaer Jokulsson", "Snaer Jokulsson", "the Old Svaer", ""den gamle", ""the old"", "Svaer", "Snaer /Finland/", "King /Snaer/", "The Old /Snaer/", "Snaie /Jokulsson/", "Snaer Jokulsson /Knenland/", "/S Jokulsson..."
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Birthplace: Kvenland (Finland)
Death: Died in Norway
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父母:Frosti / Jøkull Karasson, King of KvenlandN.N.
妻子:N.N.
子女:Fön Snærdotter; Mjöl Snærdotter; Driva Snaersdotter, Princess of FinlandThorri Snærsson, King of Kvenland

Occupation: King of Kvenland
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About Snær Jokulsson, King of Kvenland

NOTE: His father is named Frosti and Jøkull in 2 different accounts that are otherwise identical.

Snow the Old / Snø den Gamle / Snaer

Kilde:

  http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%B8_den_gamle
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%A6r

Snø den gamle norr. Snjór in gamli eller Snær in gamli, ifølge norrøn mytologi konge i Finland. Far til Torre, Fonn, Driva og Mjoll.<citation needed>

Legendary Scandinavian king, described in the Orkney Saga, the Flateyarbok and the Ynglingesaga.

The accounts differ on the name of his father; the Orkney saga gives his father as Frosti son of Kari; the Flateyarbok gives his father as Jølkull, son of Kari.

Note: Ynglingesoga gives a story of another princess who was called "daughter of Snow the old"; this father is listed on Geni as another person, since the most likely chronology gives several hundred years of difference.


Snær (Old Norse) Snærr, East Norse Sniō, Latin Nix, Nivis) 'snow', in Norse mythology seemingly a personification of snow, appearing in extant text as an euhemerized legendary Scandinavian king.

Snow's son in Orkneyinga saga and Hversu is Thorri 'frozen-snow'. The Hversu also gives Snow three daughters: Fön (Fǫnn 'Snowdrift'), Drífa 'snowfall', and Mjöl (Mjǫll, 'powdered snow'). Sturlaugs saga (section 22) brings in King Snow of Finmark and his daughter Mjöl who flies quickly through the air.

The Ynglinga saga relates how Vanlandi the ruler of Sweden visited Snow in Finland and married his daughter Drífa, but left in the spring and did not return. Drífa bore Vanlandi a son called Vísbur.

The Hversu also mentions in passing, when speaking of Snær's distant descendant Halfdan the Old, that Snær's life lasted three hundred years.

Snow's son Thorri reigned after Snow as king of Gotland, Kvenland, and Finland. Thorri had two sons named Nór and Gór and a daughter named Gói ('thin snow, track-snow').


NOTE: His father is named Frosti and Jøkull in 2 different accounts that are otherwise identical.


Snow the Old / Snø den Gamle / Snaer


Kilde:


http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%B8_den_gamle


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%A6r


Snø den gamle norr. Snjór in gamli eller Snær in gamli, ifølge norrøn mytologi konge i Finland. Far til Torre, Fonn, Driva og Mjoll.<citation needed>


Legendary Scandinavian king, described in the Orkney Saga, the Flateyarbok and the Ynglingesaga.


The accounts differ on the name of his father; the Orkney saga gives his father as Frosti son of Kari; the Flateyarbok gives his father as Jølkull, son of Kari.


Note: Ynglingesoga gives a story of another princess who was called "daughter of Snow the old"; this father is listed on Geni as another person, since the most likely chronology gives several hundred years of difference.




Snær (Old Norse) Snærr, East Norse Snio, Latin Nix, Nivis) 'snow', in Norse mythology seemingly a personification of snow, appearing in extant text as an euhemerized legendary Scandinavian king.


Snow's son in Orkneyinga saga and Hversu is Thorri 'frozen-snow'. The Hversu also gives Snow three daughters: Fön (Fonn 'Snowdrift'), Drífa 'snowfall', and Mjöl (Mjoll, 'powdered snow'). Sturlaugs saga (section 22) brings in King Snow of Finmark and his daughter Mjöl who flies quickly through the air.


The Ynglinga saga relates how Vanlandi the ruler of Sweden visited Snow in Finland and married his daughter Drífa, but left in the spring and did not return. Drífa bore Vanlandi a son called Vísbur.


The Hversu also mentions in passing, when speaking of Snær's distant descendant Halfdan the Old, that Snær's life lasted three hundred years.


Snow's son Thorri reigned after Snow as king of Gotland, Kvenland, and Finland. Thorri had two sons named Nór and Gór and a daughter named Gói ('thin snow, track-snow').


NOTE: His father is named Frosti and Jøkull in 2 different accounts that are otherwise identical.

Snow the Old / Snø den Gamle / Snaer

Kilde:

http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%B8_den_gamle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%A6r Snø den gamle norr. Snjór in gamli eller Snær in gamli, ifølge norrøn mytologi konge i Finland. Far til Torre, Fonn, Driva og Mjoll.<citation needed>

Legendary Scandinavian king, described in the Orkney Saga, the Flateyarbok and the Ynglingesaga.

The accounts differ on the name of his father; the Orkney saga gives his father as Frosti son of Kari; the Flateyarbok gives his father as Jølkull, son of Kari.

Note: Ynglingesoga gives a story of another princess who was called "daughter of Snow the old"; this father is listed on Geni as another person, since the most likely chronology gives several hundred years of difference.


Snær (Old Norse) Snærr, East Norse Sniō, Latin Nix, Nivis) 'snow', in Norse mythology seemingly a personification of snow, appearing in extant text as an euhemerized legendary Scandinavian king.

Snow's son in Orkneyinga saga and Hversu is Thorri 'frozen-snow'. The Hversu also gives Snow three daughters: Fön (Fǫnn 'Snowdrift'), Drífa 'snowfall', and Mjöl (Mjǫll, 'powdered snow'). Sturlaugs saga (section 22) brings in King Snow of Finmark and his daughter Mjöl who flies quickly through the air.

The Ynglinga saga relates how Vanlandi the ruler of Sweden visited Snow in Finland and married his daughter Drífa, but left in the spring and did not return. Drífa bore Vanlandi a son called Vísbur.

The Hversu also mentions in passing, when speaking of Snær's distant descendant Halfdan the Old, that Snær's life lasted three hundred years.

Snow's son Thorri reigned after Snow as king of Gotland, Kvenland, and Finland. Thorri had two sons named Nór and Gór and a daughter named Gói ('thin snow, track-snow').


NOTE: His father is named Frosti and Jøkull in 2 different accounts that are otherwise identical.

Snow the Old / Snø den Gamle / Snaer

Kilde:

http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%B8_den_gamle

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%A6r

Snø den gamle norr. Snjór in gamli eller Snær in gamli, ifølge norrøn mytologi konge i Finland. Far til Torre, Fonn, Driva og Mjoll.<citation needed>

Legendary Scandinavian king, described in the Orkney Saga, the Flateyarbok and the Ynglingesaga.

The accounts differ on the name of his father; the Orkney saga gives his father as Frosti son of Kari; the Flateyarbok gives his father as Jølkull, son of Kari.

Note: Ynglingesoga gives a story of another princess who was called "daughter of Snow the old"; this father is listed on Geni as another person, since the most likely chronology gives several hundred years of difference.


Snær (Old Norse) Snærr, East Norse Snio, Latin Nix, Nivis) 'snow', in Norse mythology seemingly a personification of snow, appearing in extant text as an euhemerized legendary Scandinavian king.

Snow's son in Orkneyinga saga and Hversu is Thorri 'frozen-snow'. The Hversu also gives Snow three daughters: Fön (Fonn 'Snowdrift'), Drífa 'snowfall', and Mjöl (Mjoll, 'powdered snow'). Sturlaugs saga (section 22) brings in King Snow of Finmark and his daughter Mjöl who flies quickly through the air.

The Ynglinga saga relates how Vanlandi the ruler of Sweden visited Snow in Finland and married his daughter Drífa, but left in the spring and did not return. Drífa bore Vanlandi a son called Vísbur.

The Hversu also mentions in passing, when speaking of Snær's distant descendant Halfdan the Old, that Snær's life lasted three hundred years.

Snow's son Thorri reigned after Snow as king of Gotland, Kvenland, and Finland. Thorri had two sons named Nór and Gór and a daughter named Gói ('thin snow, track-snow').

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http://www.celtic-casimir.com/webtree/3/2822.htm orn: Abt 275, Finland Married: Abt 301, Raumsdal, , Norway

  Ancestral File Number: G6SX-R6.
  Marriage Information:

about 301 in Raumsdal, , Norway. Spouses/Children: Unknown

Driva SNAERSDÓTTIR+ Thorri SNAERSSON King in Kvenland+


https://www.genealogieonline.nl/en/stamboom-homs/I5622076289410089854.php

Om Snø "Den gamle" Jokul-/Frosteson, Konge av Kvenland (Norsk)

Snø (norrønt:Snær, «snø», også som Snjó, «snø», senere også referert til som Snø den gamle, Snjór in gamli eller Snær in gamli)] er en jotne, og representerer en form for eldre naturguddom som synes å være en personifisering av snø, og som er vagt definert i norrøn mytologi.

Han er sønn av Jokul eller Froste, og far til Torre («barfrost»), døtrene (gygrene) Fonn («snøfonn »), Mjoll («fint snøfokk»), og Driva («snødrev»), som alle synes å være aspekter av Snøs personifisering. I senere redegjørelser på 1200-tallet blir han forsøkt forklart som evhemerisme som en av de mytiske norske kongene, foruten også som en konge i Finland

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  • I Orknøyingenes saga fra 1200-tallet er Snø den gamle en sønn av Froste[ sønn av Kåre (Kári, «vindgufs»), sønn av Fornjot (Fornjótr). Kåre var bror til Le (Æge) og Loge, også naturguddommer som rådde henholdsvis for vinden, havet og ilden.
  • I teksten Hvordan Norge ble bygd (norrønt: Hversu Nóregr byggðist), som er bevart i Flateybok, er Snø sønn av Jokul (Jǫkull, «is», «istapp»), sønn av nevnte Kåre, sønn av Fornjot. Teksten nevner også i forbifarten, når den forteller om Snøs fjerne etterkommer Halvdan den gamle (norrønt: Hálfdanr gamli) at Snø ble 300 år gammel.
  • I begge de to ovennevnte tekstene er Snøs sønn Torre. Hvordan Norge ble bygd oppgir også tre døtre: Fonn (norrønt Fǫnn), Mjoll (norrønt: Mjǫll) og Driva (norrønt: Drífa). Den legendariske Sturlaugs saga fra 1300-tallet (i seksjon 22) gjør Snø til konge av Finnmark og hans datter Mjoll flyr gjennom luften.
  • I den første delen av Snorre Sturlasons Ynglingesaga i Heimskringla fortelles en senere tilskrivelse hvor Snø er gjort til konge av Finland og hvor han får besøk av Uppsalakongen Vanlande og denne giftet seg med Snøs datter Driva. Om våren forlot Vanlande Finland og kom ikke tilbake. Driva fødte Vanlandes sønn Visbur (norrønt: Vísbur) som senere ble sendt til Svitjod (norrønt: Svíþjóð).

https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sn%C3%B8_den_gamle

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