pil pil
*21042931875840* Ohthere (Vendekåbe) Egilsson
(-Omkr 0530)
N. N.
*21042931875842* Helge Halvdansen
*21042931875843* Aalov of Saxony
*10521465937920* Adils (Den Mægtige) Ottarsson
*10521465937921* Yrsa Helgesdatter
*5260732968960* Øystein Adilsson
(-Omkr 0600)

 

Familie

Ægtefæller/børn:
1. N. N.

*5260732968960* Øystein Adilsson

  • Født: , , , Sverige
  • Ægteskab (1): N. N.
  • Død: Omkr 600
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punkttegn  Notater:

Eysteinn (Swedish: Östen; died ca 600) was the son of Eadgils and Yrsa of Saxony. He was the father of Ingvar. The Eysteinn tumulus (Östens hög) in Västerås near Östanbro has been linked to King Eysteinn by some popular historians. The term Hög is derived from the Old Norse word haugr meaning mound or barrow.

Eysteinn ruled Sweden at the time when Hrólf Kraki died in Lejre. It was a troubled time when many sea kings ravaged Swedish shores. One of those kings was named Sölve and he was from Jutland (but according to Historia Norwegiae he was Geatish, see below). At this time Sölve was pillaging in the Baltic Sea. He arrived in Lofond (probably the island of Lovön or the Lagunda Hundred), where Eysteinn was at a feast. Sölve and his men surrounded the house and set it on fire burning everyone inside to death. Then Sölve arrived at Sigtuna (Old Sigtuna) and ordered the Swedes to accept him as king. The Swedes refused and gathered an army that fought against Sölve and his men, but they lost after eleven days. The Swedes had to accept him as king until they rebelled and killed him.

punkttegn  Dødsnotater:

I Lovund.


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Øystein blev gift med N. N.




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Denne hjemmeside blev lavet 5 Mar. 2020 med Legacy 9.0 fra MyHeritage; indholdsophavsret og vedligeholdelse af claus-ane@outlook.dk