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Siggeir Wægdæging of Gøtaland MP (deceased)

"King of Gautland"

Siggeir is the king of Gautland (i.e. Götaland/Geatland, but in some translations also rendered as Gothland), in the Völsunga saga . In Skáldskaparmál he is given as a Sikling and a relative of Sigar w...

6/18/2008 4/29/2017

Knut den harde MP (890 - c.936)

"Canute", "Hardeknut", "Harde-Knud", "Guthred", "Horda-Knut.", "Knut I"

Ifølge forskellige sagaer nævnes Knud den Harde som far til Gorm den gamle, Konge af Danmark. Han bliver nævnt i Saxo Danmarks Krønike, Roskilde Krøniken og ligeledes Adam af Bremen, samt nævnt i Islan...

3/3/2007 9/23/2016

Þrúðgelmir MP (deceased)

"Thrudgelmir"

In Norse mythology, Þrúðgelmir (IPA: [ˈθruːð.ɟɛlmɪr]; Old Norse "Strength Yeller") is a frost giant, the son of the primordial giant Aurgelmir (who Snorri Sturluson in Gylfaginning identifies with Ymir...

12/1/2009 9/15/2016

Forseti MP (deceased)

"Forsete"

According to Snorri Sturluson in the Prose Edda,[5] Forseti is the son of Baldr and Nanna. His home is Glitnir, its name, meaning "shining," referring to its silver ceiling and golden pillars, which ra...

9/27/2007 9/2/2016

Gudraud the old, of Hedmark MP (c.346 - c.412)

"Gudrød"

Gudrød den gamle' av Hedmark Han var sønn til kong Sølve. Gudrødskone er ukjent, de hadde datteren Hild "Raum den gamle fikk senere Hild, datter til Gudrød den gamle, sønn til kong Sølve, som først...

7/22/2008 6/29/2016

Helblindi MP (deceased)

In Norse Mythology, Helblindi ("Hel-blinder" or "All-blind") is a jötunn, brother of Loki and Býleistr and son of Fárbauti ("cruel-striker") and his wife Laufey. Nothing is known about him apart from...

9/27/2007 6/27/2016

Váli MP (deceased)

"Våle", "Åle", "Wali"

Little is known about Vali, except that he is a son of Odin and his giant mistress Rind. When Balder was killed unintentionally by his twin brother Hod, Vali was born to avenge his death. "In the wes...

6/18/2008 6/15/2016

Víðarr MP (deceased)

"Vidar the silent", "Widar", "Vidar"

husband of Solveig (Sol) daughter of Mundilfari who is attested in the Poetic Edda poem Vafþrúðnismál stanza 23, and in chapter 11 of the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning. Mundilfari, a natural satellite o...

9/27/2007 6/13/2016

Gilling MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Gilling was the frost giant, father of Suttungr and Baugi and grandfather of Gunnlöð. He and his wife were murdered by Fjalar and Galar. Gilling is also a surname, although not very...

6/12/2016 6/12/2016

Baugi MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Baugi is a giant. He is the son of Gilling, brother of Suttungr and paternal uncle of Gunnlöð. Baugi is attested to in Skáldskaparmál in Snorri's Prose Edda, and does not appear i...

6/12/2016 6/12/2016

Suttungr MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Suttungr (/ˈsʊtʊŋər/ suut-uung-ər) was a jötunn, a son of Gilling, who (along with Suttungr's mother) had been murdered by Fjalar and Galar.

6/11/2016 6/11/2016

Bragi MP (deceased)

Brage, guden for diktning og skaldekunst Brage er sønn av Odin og Gunnlöð han er gift med Idunn Brage er i den norrøne mytologien guden for diktning og skaldekunst. Rollen som diktergud deler han...

9/27/2007 6/11/2016

Gunnlöð MP (deceased)

"Gunnlod"

In Norse mythology, Gunnlöð (Old Norse "battle-invitation") is a jötunn. Gunnlöð is daughter of the giant Suttungr, who was set guard by him in the mountain Hnitbjorg where he housed the mead of poet...

12/1/2009 6/11/2016

Fjörgynn MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, the feminine Fjörgyn (Old Norse "earth"[1]) is described as the mother of the god Thor, son of Odin, and the masculine Fjörgynn is described as the father of the goddess Frigg, wife...

11/22/2008 6/11/2016

Höðr MP (deceased)

"Hödr", "Hödur", "Hodur", "Hoder", "Hod"

Hod by Micha F. Lindemans The blind god of darkness and winter, the son of Odin and Frigg. When the gods enjoyed themselves by using his brother Balder as a target, Hod unintentionally killed him b...

9/27/2007 6/11/2016

Járnsaxa MP (deceased)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In Norse mythology, Járnsaxa (IPA: /jɑrnˈsæksə/, Old Norse "iron-sax"[1]) is a giantess. According to Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, she was Thor's lover. By h...

1/29/2008 6/10/2016

Móði MP (deceased)

"Mode Torson", "Mode", "Modi"

Magni and Modi by John C. McKeon Magni and Modi, the sons of Thor, did not have many worshippers, as was common for sons and daughters of the major gods and goddesses. They did have a few, though, ...

9/27/2007 6/10/2016

Magni MP (deceased)

Magni and Modi by John C. McKeon Magni and Modi, the sons of Thor, did not have many worshippers, as was common for sons and daughters of the major gods and goddesses. They did have a few, though, ...

9/27/2007 6/10/2016

Þrúðr or Thrud MP (deceased)

"Thrúd", "Thrud", "Þrúðr", "Þrúð"

Þrúðr (Old Norse "strength"),sometimes anglicized as Thrúd or Thrud, is a daughter of the major god Thor in Norse mythology. Þrúðr is also the name of one of the valkyries who serve ale to the einher...

1/29/2008 6/10/2016

Unknown father of Ullr MP (deceased)

In chapter 31 of Gylfaginning in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, Ullr is referred to as a son of Sif (with a father unrecorded in surviving sources) and as a stepson of...

12/1/2009 6/10/2016

"the Nine Mothers of Heimdallr" MP (deceased)

"Gjálp", "Greip", "Eistla", "Angeyja", "Ulfrún", "Eyrgjafa", "Imðr", "Atla", "Járnsaxa", "9 Jotunmøyer"

In Norse mythology, the Nine Mothers of Heimdallr are nine sisters who gave birth to the god Heimdallr. The Nine Mothers of Heimdallr are attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Sn...

3/11/2008 6/10/2016

Hermod MP (deceased)

"Hermodr"

Hermóðr appears distinctly in section 49 of the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning. There, it is described that the gods were speechless and devastated at the death of Baldr, unable to react due to their gri...

9/27/2007 6/9/2016

Nótt Narfadóttir MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Nótt (Old Norse "night") is night personified. Nótt, personified, is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, ...

1/30/2008 6/9/2016

Annar MP (deceased)

"Second", "Anar", "Ónar", "Ónarr"

In Norse mythology, according to the Gylfaginning, Annar (Old Norse Annarr 'second, another') was the father of Jörd 'Earth' by Nótt 'Night'. The form Ónar (Old Norse Ónarr 'gaping') is found as a vari...

1/30/2008 6/9/2016

Dellingr MP (deceased)

"Dayspring", "Delling"

Dellingr (Old Norse possibly "the dayspring" or "shining one") is a god in Norse mythology. Dellingr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, the P...

1/30/2008 6/9/2016

Auðr "the Rich" MP (deceased)

"Alti", "Authi", "Ondur", "Auði"

Auðr or Auði the Rich is a character in Norse mythology who is only mentioned by Snorri Sturluson. He appears in the Prose Edda where he is given as the son of Nótt and Naglfari and in the Heimskringla...

1/30/2008 6/9/2016

Váli Lokason MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Váli was a son of Loki. He is mentioned in the Gylfaginning section of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda. After the death of Baldr the Æsir chase down and capture Loki. Now Loki was t...

9/27/2007 6/8/2016

Narfi MP (deceased)

"Norfi", "Narfi", "Norve", "Narvi"

In Norse mythology, Nótt (Old Norse "night") is night personified. Nótt, personified, is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, ...

6/8/2016 6/8/2016

Jörmungandr the Midgard Serpent MP (deceased)

"Miðgarðsormr", "Jǫrmungandr", "World Serpent"

Jörmungandr (the Midgard Serpent) is a sea serpent of the Norse mythology, he is the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and the god Loki. Odin tossed Jörmungandr into the great ocean that encircle...

9/27/2007 6/7/2016

In Norse mythology, Sleipnir (Old Norse "slippy") is an eight-legged horse. Sleipnir is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, w...

5/21/2009 6/7/2016

Svaðilfari the stallion MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Svaðilfari (Old Norse "unlucky traveler") is a stallion that fathered the eight-legged horse Sleipnir with Loki (in the form of a mare). Svaðilfari was owned by the disguised and un...

5/21/2009 6/7/2016

Hati MP (deceased)

"Mánagarmr", "Managarm", "Manegarm", "Mánagarm", "Managarmr"

In Norse mythology, Hati Hróðvitnisson (first name meaning "He Who Hates, Enemy") is a wolf that according to Gylfaginning chases the Moon across the night sky, just as the wolf Sköll chases the Sun du...

3/12/2008 6/5/2016

Narfi or Nari Lokason MP (deceased)

"Narvi", "Narfi", "Nari"

There is considerable confusion about Narfi or Nari , whom Snorri Sturluson calls a son of Loki and Sigyn ( Gylfaginning 33). Elsewhere, Snorri names Loki as “Father of the Monster of Ván (that is, Fen...

9/27/2007 6/5/2016

Sköll MP (deceased)

"Hróðvitnisson"

In Norse mythology, Sköll (Old Norse "treachery") is a wolf that chases the horses Árvakr and Alsviðr, that drag the chariot which contains the sun (Sol) through the sky every day, trying to eat her. S...

3/12/2008 6/5/2016

Bergelmir MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Bergelmir is a frost giant, the son of giant Þrúðgelmir and the grandson of Ymir (who was called Aurgelmir among giants), the first frost giant, according to stanza 29 of the poem V...

12/1/2009 5/31/2016

Surtr MP (deceased)

"Surtur"

In Norse mythology, Surtr (Old Norse "black"[1] or "the swarthy one"[2]) is a jötunn. Surtr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose ...

12/1/2009 5/31/2016

Ve MP (deceased)

"Lodur", "Lóðurr", "Irmin", "Ve Ase"

Jakob Grimm reconstructed the original genealogy of the Norse gods as: Tvisco (identical with Búri, who was produced from stone), father of Maunus (Borr), father of Ingvio (Odin), father of Nerthus (Nj...

9/27/2007 5/30/2016

Borr MP (deceased)

"Bor", "Bör", "Bur", "Burr"

ble også kalt Friallaf, men Fridleif i Norden Ble også kalt Finnsson (Bors, Frjálafr) Fridleif i Norden, Han ble slikka ut av en stein av urkua Audhumbla Bor var sønn av Bure han ble gift med Bestla,...

2/3/2007 5/30/2016

Vili MP (deceased)

"Hœnir", "Honer", "Höner", "Vile"

In Norse mythology, Vili and Vé are the brothers of Odin, sons of Bestla daughter of Bölþorn and Borr son of Búri. Odin and his brothers formed Midgard from the sea. With these brothers, Odin cast do...

9/27/2007 5/30/2016

Son of Bölþorn MP (deceased)

In the Poetic Edda, it is said about Bölþorn and his children: Nine mighty songs I got from the son Of Bolthorn, Bestla's father; And a drink I got of the goodly mead Poured out from Othrorir. Best...

5/29/2016 5/29/2016

Mimir MP (deceased)

"Mim"

Mímir (Old Norse "The rememberer, the wise one") or Mim is a wisdom deity in Norse mythology. He is closely associated with a magical well of knowledge that bears his name, the Mímisbrunnr. At the conc...

3/28/2010 5/29/2016

Bestla MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Bestla (/ˈbɛstlə/ BEST-lə) is the mother of the gods Odin, Vili and Vé by way of Borr, the sister of an unnamed being who assisted Odin, and the daughter or, depending on source, gr...

2/3/2007 5/28/2016

Bolthorn the frost giant MP (deceased)

"Bölþorn", "Boelthor", ""evil thorn""

In Norse mythology, Bölthorn (or Bölthor) was a frost giant, the father of Bestla and maternal grandfather of Odin. According to Hávamál, he is also the father of a nameless giant who taught Odin nine ...

10/27/2007 5/28/2016

Lóridi / Hloritha (Fictional) MP (deceased)

"(Hloritha) Tror (Thor)"

" Lóriði is the son of Thor and Sif and forefather of Norse rulers, according to the prologue of the Prose Edda . Loridi does not appear in any other Norse mythological text. "One should note that Sn...

6/3/2008 5/27/2016

Buri MP (deceased)

"Buri", "Bure"

"Búri was the first god in Norse mythology. He was the father of Borr and grandfather of Odin. He was formed by the cow Auðumbla licking the salty ice of Ginnungagap. The only extant source of this myt...

2/3/2007 5/24/2016

Audhumbla MP (deceased)

"Audhumla", "Auðumla", "Auðhumbla", "Auðhumla"

Mythical cow of Norse mythology. According to Snorri's Gylfaginna she licked the first man, Buri , out of an ice block while Ymir , the first of the Frost Giants, suckled on her milk for sustenance. ...

2/25/2007 5/20/2016

Saemingr Odinsson, King in Hålogaland MP (c.239 - d.)

"Sæming of the Aesir"

Basics Father: Odin (according to Snorre's Ynglingatal) Mother: Skade (same source) Children: Undocumented, but ancestors of Håkon Jarl the powerful. Alternatives In Snorre's preface to h...

2/5/2008 5/14/2016

Eysteinn Trondsson, King MP (deceased)

Hálfdanar Saga Eysteinsson Þrándr hefir konungr heitit. Við hann er kenndr Þrándheimr í Noregi. Hann var sonr Sæmings konungs, sonar Óðins, er réð fyrir Hálogalandi. Sæmingr átti Naumu, er Naumudalr ...

5/13/2016 5/13/2016

Hálfdanar Saga Eysteinsson Þrándr hefir konungr heitit. Við hann er kenndr Þrándheimr í Noregi. Hann var sonr Sæmings konungs, sonar Óðins, er réð fyrir Hálogalandi. Sæmingr átti Naumu, er Naumudalr ...

3/18/2010 5/13/2016

Dagmaer MP (deceased)

Hálfdanar Saga Eysteinsson Þrándr hefir konungr heitit. Við hann er kenndr Þrándheimr í Noregi. Hann var sonr Sæmings konungs, sonar Óðins, er réð fyrir Hálogalandi. Sæmingr átti Naumu, er Naumudalr ...

5/13/2016 5/13/2016

Eirik <<the Wide-traveller>> Trondsson MP (deceased)

"Eirekr fann Ódáinsakr"

Hálfdanar Saga Eysteinsson Þrándr hefir konungr heitit. Við hann er kenndr Þrándheimr í Noregi. Hann var sonr Sæmings konungs, sonar Óðins, er réð fyrir Hálogalandi. Sæmingr átti Naumu, er Naumudalr ...

5/13/2016 5/13/2016

Trond Saemingsson of Trondheim MP (deceased)

"Trond av Trondheim", "Trond Samingsson", "Thrand", "Þrándr"

Hálfdanar Saga Eysteinsson Þrándr hefir konungr heitit. Við hann er kenndr Þrándheimr í Noregi. Hann var sonr Sæmings konungs, sonar Óðins, er réð fyrir Hálogalandi. Sæmingr átti Naumu, er Naumudalr ...

1/9/2010 5/13/2016

Hróðmundur Gripsson MP (c.740 - d.)

Hrómundar saga Gripssonar or The Saga of Hromund Gripsson is a legendary saga from Iceland. The original version has been lost, but its content has been preserved in the rímur of Hrómundr Gripsson, kno...

3/17/2007 5/12/2016

The precise relationship, if any, between the following person and the main line of Rurik is not known OLEG [Helgi/Haelghe] (-912). The Primary Chronicle records that Rurik bequeathed his realm to Ol...

11/27/2009 5/6/2016

Asathor Odinsson MP (542 - 568)

Sources 1.[S1402] Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson (Reliability: 2). 2.[S1410] Ancestral File™, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (( )), ). (Reliability: 1).

12/22/2008 4/14/2016

Agnar Ragnarsson MP (c.820 - c.850)

"Ragnar Ragnarsson"

A mythical viking warrior, potentially based on a historical person, Agnar is described in the sagas and other earl medieval sources as one of the eldest sons of Ragnar Loðbrók. Agnar and his brother...

12/30/2013 4/6/2016

Shield-Bjorn Herfinnsson MP (c.840 - d.)

"Skjold-Björn", "Grotte-Bjørn", "Hella-Björn", "Skjalda-Björn"

(52) Hella-Björn son Herfinns og Höllu var víkingur mikill; hann var jafnan óvinur Haralds konungs. Hann fór til Íslands og kom í Bjarnarfjörð með alskjölduðu skipi; síðan var hann Skjalda-Björn kall...

7/20/2010 4/6/2016

Source texts: Landnámabók 55. kafli Hunda-Steinar hét jarl á Englandi; hann átti Álöfu, dóttur Ragnars loðbrókar. Þeirra börn voru þau Björn, faðir Auðunar skökuls, og Eiríkur, faðir Sigurðar...

11/25/2014 4/4/2016

Herrauðr, King of Götaland MP (deceased)

"Herraud", "Herrod"

Date of birth has also been (erroneously?) reported to be circa 645. Prince of Östergötland Jarl of Götaland links FamilySearch AFN: G6SK-RN

11/21/2007 4/3/2016

Hringer, King of Östergötland MP (deceased)

"Ring"

supposed son of Óðinn / Woden / Woutan brother of Geat Ját or Gapt / Gaut / Gauti King of Östergötland

9/24/2007 4/3/2016

Gauti, King of Götaland MP (580 - 639)

"Gaute", "Gaut", "Gautr", "Gauti"

Gautreks saga From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gautreks saga (Gautrek's Saga) is a Scandinavian legendary saga put to text towards the end of the 13th century which survives only in much later...

8/18/2007 4/3/2016

Dagreid (Dageith) Dagsdotter, Queen in Sweden MP (c.449 - 521)

"Dragier", "Dageith", "Dagnid"

Drottning, L2L1-HXN / LV5G-NN5, koningin van Zweden, L83Y-141 / L2L1-HXN / K1T8-VJD B: 449, 445, 453 D: 476, 481, 521 Dageith Dagsdotter Birth: About 449 in , , , Sweden 1 2 Death: Sex: F F...

2/2/2007 3/30/2016

Yngvi-Frey MP (c.175 - c.220)

"Yngvin", "Ingwine", "Inguin", "Yngvi Turkey"

Yngve "Tirkiakung" Siggesøn b 220 is accidentially merged into this profile. ----------------------------------------------- In the Íslendingabók Yngvi Tyrkja konungr 'Yngvi king of Turkey' appears...

10/25/2007 3/30/2016

"Ivar the Boneless" MP (c.775 - 870)

"Ivar "Beinlause"", "Ingvar "The Boneless"", "The Beinles", "Hyngwar", "Ивар Рагнарссон", "The Boneless"

Born: Cir 794 Marriage: Unknown Another name for Ivar was Ivar inn beinlausi. General Notes: Ivar the Boneless (Ivar inn beinlausi) (c. 794 AD (birthplace unknown) - 872 AD Dublin) was the nick...

12/25/2007 3/29/2016

Brynhild Budlasdatter MP (c.725 - c.775)

"Brynhild", "Brinhild", "Brynhildur"

Alt birth years: 734, 736, 738 In Norse mythology, Brynhildr was a shieldmaiden and a valkyrie. She is a main character in the Völsunga saga and some Eddic poems treating the same events. Under the n...

7/18/2007 3/29/2016

Auðun Skökull MP (c.870 - c.920)

"Auðun Vognstang", "Auðun „skökull“ Bjarnason", "Skökull", "Skokul", "Auðun Bjarnarson"

Source texts: Landnámabók 55. kafli Hunda-Steinar hét jarl á Englandi; hann átti Álöfu, dóttur Ragnars loðbrókar. Þeirra börn voru þau Björn, faðir Auðunar skökuls, og Eiríkur, faðir Sigurðar...

8/25/2007 3/25/2016

Aurgelmir MP (deceased)

"Aurgelmir", "Brimir", "Bláinn", "Mud Boiler"

"In Norse mythology, Ymir , Aurgelmir , Brimir , or Bláinn is the ancestor of all jötnar [giants]. Ymir is attested in the Poetic Edda , compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional material, ...

9/27/2007 2/23/2016

Gyda of Dublin MP (c.970 - 994)

"Gyda Sigtrygsdotter"

NOTE: Snorre in his King Olav Trygvason's Saga varies between describing her as a sister and as a daughter of "King Olaf Kvaran". She is shown on Geni as a daughter per: 7. GYDA . Snorre records th...

7/4/2008 11/7/2015

Jorund Ulfsson MP (c.881 - 970)

"Jörund Atlesön", "Jorund Atlason"

Jorund Ulfsson was the father-in-law and grandfather of Erik the Red and Leif the Lucky the famous Icelandic vikings, Erik who led the Norse colonisation of Greenland and Leif who brought Christianity ...

3/2/2008 11/4/2015

Herfinnur Þorgilsson MP (c.800 - d.)

63. kafli Gunnólfur hét maður, er nam land milli Þverár og Glóðafeykisár og bjó í Hvammi. Gormur hét hersir ágætur í Svíþjóð; hann átti Þóru, dóttur Eiríks konungs að Uppsölum. Þorgils hét son þeir...

10/22/2008 11/1/2015

Sigurd Helgesson «Hart» Hjort MP (791 - 850)

"Sigurd Hart", "Sigurður hjörtur", "Hjort", "/Hjort/", "Sigurd Hjort"

Snorre fører Halvdans andre hustru som datter til Sigurd Hiort, konge på Romerike, større og sterkere enn alle andre. Det sies at Sigurd, bare 12 år gammel, drepte berserken Hildebrand og 11 av h...

5/8/2007 10/20/2015

Guðmund Þórirsson MP (c.900 - d.)

"Gudmund Thorirsson", "Guðmundur"

Landnámabók (the Book of Settlements) states that Thorir married "Ingibjörgu", daughter of "Gils skeiðarnefs" and they had a son named " Guðmundur ". Þorskfirðinga saga , also known as Gull-Þóris saga ...

10/18/2015 10/19/2015

Hróðmundr MP (c.840 - d.)

Þorskfirðinga saga, also known as Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir's Saga) states that Thorir had a son named Atli with a woman named "Valgerði", daughter of "Hrómundar" of Gröf. 9. kafli Þuríður Hal...

10/19/2015 10/19/2015

Atli Þórirsson MP (c.900 - d.)

Þorskfirðinga saga , also known as Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir's Saga) states that Thorir had a son named Atli with a woman named "Valgerði", daughter of "Hrómundar" of Gröf. 9. kafli Þuríður Ha...

10/19/2015 10/19/2015

Grim Oddsson MP (c.865 - d.)

"Grímur"

Þorskfirðinga saga , also known as Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir's Saga) states that Thorir has an elder brother named "Grimur". 1. kafli Oddur skrauti hét maður er út kom vestur í Vaðli. Hann var...

10/19/2015 10/19/2015

Eyjólfs í Múla MP (c.810 - d.)

"Eyjólfs í Múla"

1. kafli Oddur skrauti hét maður er út kom vestur í Vaðli. Hann var son Hlöðvers konungs af Gautlandi og Veru hinnar þungu Guðbrandsdóttur af Járnberalandi. Oddur kaupir lendur í Þorskafjarðarskógu...

10/18/2015 10/18/2015

Hlöðver, King of Gotland MP (c.810 - d.)

"Hlöðvis", "Hlodvi", "Hloðvér"

Þorskfirðinga saga, also known as Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir's Saga) states that Thorir's father, "Oddur", was the son of king " Hlöðvers " of Gautland and "þungu Guðbrandsdóttur" from "Járnberalandi...

10/18/2015 10/18/2015

Odd skrauti MP (c.840 - d.)

"Oddr skrauti", "Oddur skrauti", "Odd"

Þorskfirðinga saga, also known as Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir's Saga) states that Thorir's father, " Oddur ", was the son of king "Hlöðvers" of Gautland and "þungu Guðbrandsdóttur" from "Járnberalandi...

10/18/2015 10/18/2015

Gold-Thorir MP (c.870 - d.)

"Gull-Þórir", "Gull-Thorir", "Gold-Thorir", "Thorir Oddsson"

The titular hero of Þorskfirðinga saga , also known as Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir's Saga) Thorir Oddsson is known by the nickname of Gull (Gold or Golden) in reference to a golden treasure that he ea...

10/18/2015 10/18/2015

Fenrir the wolf. MP (deceased)

"Fenrisúlfr", "Hróðvitnir", "Vánagandr", "Fenris"

In Norse mythology, Fenrir (Old Norse "fen-dweller"), Fenrisúlfr (Old Norse "Fenris wolf"), or Hróðvitnir (Old Norse "fame-wolf") is a monstrous wolf. Fenrir is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in...

9/27/2007 10/9/2015

Skálaholt in the Winter Eyrbyggja Saga From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thorgunna Thorgunna is described as a rich woman from the Hebrides or possibly southern Iceland, nothing is known of h...

10/6/2015 10/6/2015

40. kafli Maður hét Þrándur mjóbeinn; hann fór til Íslands með Geirmundi heljarskinni; hann var ættaður af Ögðum. Þrándur nam eyjar fyrir vestan Bjarneyjaflóa og bjó í Flatey; hann átti dóttur Gils...

7/20/2008 10/6/2015

Thorgunna was living in the Hebrides in 999, her birth and death dates and locations are unknown as is her ancestry, she had at least one son, named Thorgils. In the year 999 Leif Eriksson sailed to ...

4/24/2009 10/5/2015

Thorkell Leifsson MP (c.1000 - d.)

"Torkjel Leifsson"

Thorkell Leifsson was born circa 1000, presumably in Greenland. When his father Leif died, circa 1020, Thorkell became the chieftain of Eiríksfjǫrðr. Leif Eriksson traveled from Greenland to Norway i...

3/11/2008 10/5/2015

Frigg MP (deceased)

"Frigg", "Frigga", "Friege", "Freya", "Frea", "Frigida", "Gadwallsdotter", "Gadwalldóttir", "Frígída", "Frigg Anarsdatter the Lethra", "Frea of Asgard/ Frea of Scandinavia"

once or twice - Father of Friege was marked following (because of theories that identify her with Jörd) Ånar-Aanar-Ás/6000000003828287095 Name: Frea (Frigg) Cadwalladr Father: Cadwalladr (Cadvan)...

2/2/2007 10/2/2015

Baldur MP (deceased)

"Baeldaeg", "Balder", "the Aesir", "Bael", "Bældæg", "Baldr", "Baldur"

Balder by Micha F. Lindemans The god of light, joy, purity, beauty, innocence, and reconciliation. Son of Odin and Frigg, he was loved by both gods and men and was considered to be the best of the ...

2/2/2007 10/2/2015

Angrboða MP (deceased)

In Norse mythology, Angrboða (Old Norse "the one who brings grief" or "she-who-offers-sorrow" is a female jötunn. In the Poetic Edda, Angrboða is mentioned only in Völuspá hin skamma (found in Hyndlulj...

9/27/2007 10/2/2015

Hel, ruler of Hel MP (deceased)

From Wikipedia: ) 'In Norse mythology, Hel is a being that presides over a realm of the same name, where she receives a portion of the dead. Hel is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th...

9/27/2007 10/2/2015

Loki MP (deceased)

"Loki", "Loki of Jotunheim", "Loki Laufeyarson"

In Norse mythology, Loki is a god or jötunn (giant), or both. Loki's relation with the gods varies by source. Loki assists the gods, and sometimes causes problems for them. Loki is a shape shifter and ...

9/27/2007 10/2/2015

Thjodhild Jörundsdóttir MP (c.940 - 1000)

"Thodjildur Jorundsdotter", "Þjóðhildr", "Thjothhild", "Thodjildur Jörundardóttir"

Wife of Erik the Red and mother of Leif the Lucky, Thjodhild was one of the earliest Christians in Greenland being baptised circa 1000 AD. The Saga of Erik the Red says: "Leif [her son] reached lan...

3/2/2008 9/30/2015

Thorbjorg "Ship-Breast" Gilsdóttir MP (c.875 - d.)

"Thorbjorg Knarrebringe"

Thorbjorg Gilsdottir (Old Norse: Þorbjǫrg knarrarbringa Gilsdóttir ) is a tenth century Icelandic woman mentioned several times in Icelandic sagas primarily in relation to her son-in-law, Erik the Red ...

3/11/2008 9/29/2015

Thorvald Asvaldsson MP (c.930 - 980)

"Thorvald", "Asvaldsson", "Þórvaldr Ásvaldsson"

Thorvald Asvaldsson (Old Norse: Þórvaldr Ásvaldsson) was the father of the colonizer of Greenland, Erik the Red, and grandfather of Leif Ericson, who visited North America centuries before Christophe...

3/2/2008 9/26/2015

Thrytho MP (c.355 - 450)

2/25/2007 9/9/2015

Nanna Nepsdotter MP (219 - 247)

"Gevar"

Nanna (Nepsdatter) er i den norrøne mytologien Balders hustru. De bodde i Breidablik, og sammen fikk de sønnen Forsete. Nanna var den mest trofaste av alle kvinner. Nanna døde av sorg da Balder død...

2/2/2007 9/9/2015

Wigg MP (deceased)

Ket and Wig appear in the Gesta Danorum (book 4) as the sons of Frowin, the governor of Schleswig. Wig also appears in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as the son of Freawine (Frowin), and an early Northumb...

2/2/2007 9/8/2015

Freawine MP (deceased)

Wikipedia: Freawine, Frowin or Frowinus figures as a governor of Schleswig in Gesta Danorum and in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as an ancestor of the kings of Wessex, but the latter source only tells th...

2/2/2007 9/8/2015

Brand MP (deceased)

King of Scandinavia Brond (?) (1) M, #102639 Last Edited=3 Feb 2006 Brond (?) is the son of Bældæg (?). (1) Child of Brond (?) -1. Gewis (?)+ (1) Forrás / Source: of Scandinavia Male, #35156, (ab...

2/2/2007 9/8/2015

Thor MP (deceased)

"Tor", "Þórr", "Thórr"

[] [] [] Trudvang (Þrúðvangar) er i den norrøne mytologien Tors rike i Åsgard. Her ligger Bilskirne (Bílskírnir), som er Tor og Siv sin bolig. Denne boligen er den største som finnes, og har 540 ...

9/27/2007 9/7/2015

Odin MP (deceased)

"Alfaðir", "All-Father", "Óðinn", "Woutan", "Wotan", "Woden", "Odin", "Ódin", "Vóden", "Wodan", "Wodin", "Oden", "Odin Frithuwaldsson"

Odin Mythological version - Odin as a god by Micha F. Lindemans The chief divinity of the Norse pantheon, the foremost of the Aesir. Odin is a son of Bor and Bestla. He is called Alfadir, Allfath...

2/2/2007 9/7/2015

Erik Björnsson, Munsöätten Erik Björnsson was one of the sons of Björn Ironside and a semi-legendary king of Sweden of the House of Munsö, who would have lived in the early 9th century. One of the ...

5/8/2007 6/29/2015