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They Did Not Have Horns: The Viking Kings of Norway by Pearson Eva Mildred Mykleby

Author:Pearson, Eva Mildred Mykleby [Pearson, Eva Mildred Mykleby]

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Publisher: Norbakk Press

Published: 2011-04-24T16:00:00+00:00

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They Did Not Have Horns: The Viking Kings of Norway by Pearson Eva Mildred Mykleby

Following children are listed as illegitimate with unknown mothers:

ms.Mothers unknown:

Sigurd Lavard, Prince of Norway, b.c1175 d.1202. He was Sverre’s oldest son. Sigurd was the father of Guttorm Sigurdsson (#40)

 

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They Did Not Have Horns: The Viking Kings of Norway by Pearson Eva Mildred Mykleby

Author:Pearson, Eva Mildred Mykleby [Pearson, Eva Mildred Mykleby] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Pearson, Eva Mildred Mykleby [Pearson, Eva Mildred Mykleby]

Language: eng

Format: azw

Publisher: Norbakk Press

Published: 2011-04-24T16:00:00+00:00
Following children are listed as illegitimate with unknown mothers:

ms.Mothers unknown:

Sigurd Lavard, Prince of Norway, b.c1175 d.1202. He was Sverre’s oldest son. Sigurd was the father of Guttorm Sigurdsson (#40)

Haakon III, Prince of Norway, King Haakon III (#37). Reigned from 1202 to 1204. Probably poisoned. m.Inga of Varteig. Father of Haakon IV the Old (#43)

Sverre

Norway’s brilliant military leader.

Sverre emerged from obscurity in about 1177 to lay claim to the throne. Whether he was a son of Sigurd the Mouth (#26) is debatable, but it seems that Sverre truly believed this to be true. He was a rebel, and after a generation of conflict in the twelfth century, he became a leader and was king until he died in 1202.

Sverre was to become one of Norway’s most remarkable kings, and a brilliant military leader. He was also endowed with a sense of humor, a joy of life, and bold originality.

A little here about Sverre’s background. It is said that he was the son of Gunnhild, a Norwegian woman married to a comb-maker in Bergen. When Sverre was four years old, she took him to the Faeroes where he was brought up by his uncle, who was a Bishop in the islands. Sverre was well educated and became an ordained priest at an unusually early age. However, after his mother told him that he was actually the son of the former Norwegian king, Sigurd II the Mouth (#26), he left for Norway in 1174 to claim the throne. He was about twenty-five years old at the time.

By 1177 he had become leader of the Birchlegs, rivals of the incumbent ruler Magnus V Erlingsson (#29). Before this, only a small group took part in Norway’s Civil War, but now a larger number of the people participated. However, the war was largely confined to the Viken area, and Sverre’s reign was a troubled one for the city of Bergen.

There were many battles and skirmishes between the Birchlegs with Sverri as their leader, and the Baglers with Magnus V in charge. One battle, The Battle of Fimreite, was of great significance. On June 14, 1184, Magnus sailed into Bergen and took the Birchlegs by surprise. Magnus told the people of Bergen that he would return after he defeated Sverre, who had proceeded up to Sogn. However, the tables turned and Sverre, a skillful military leader, won a complete victory. The battle was fought in the Sognfjord between Nordnes and Fimreite. The sagas say that over 2000 men were lost in this battle, including Magnus, who had been forced to jump overboard and drowned. This left Sverre as the sole ruling king in Norway.

In 1194 Sverre’s coronation took place in the Bergen Cathedral. According to the sagas, he had been excommunicated, and consequently the bishops who performed the ceremony were also excommunicated. About this time Sverre made his celebrated “speech against the bishops,” whereby he declared that the Church and the laws of the State gave him the right to influence the elections of bishops and appointment of chaplains.

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