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  1. Haakon Sigurdsson Haakon Sigurdarson (Haakon Jarl) (Hákon Sigurðarson, Håkon Sigurdsson) (c. – ) was the de facto ruler of Norway from about to Sometimes he is styled Hakon the Powerful (Hákon jarl hinn ríki). Background Haakon was the son of Sigurd Haakonsson, Jarl of Lade and ruler of Trøndelag and Håglycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfo mother was .
  2. Nov 29,  · The greatest pagan Viking hero is my hero Hakon Jarl. He was a reactionary apostate who restored the temples and sacrifices and promoted paganism across Norway and beyond during the 10th century.
  3. Norwegian ruler byname Haakon Earl, Norwegian Håkon Jarl died Norwegian noble who defeated Harald (Harald I) II Graycloak, becoming the chief ruler (c. ) of Norway; he later extended his rule over the greater part of the.
  4. Mar 09,  · Oehlenschläger, after reading Snorre's ‘Heimskringla,’ during a stay in Halle in , wrote ‘Hakon Jarl,’ his famous tragedy, in six weeks. The theme is the conflict between Paganism and Christianity. The characters, especially that of Earl Hakon, are described in masterly fashion by Snorre, who gives us the tense, dramatic scenes.
  5. HAAKON Sigurdsson "the Mighty", son of Jarl SIGURD Haakonsson & his wife Bergljot Thoresdatter (Tröndheim mid-winter -murdered Trondheim ). The Historia Norwegie names "Hacon" as son of "patre Siwardo, matre Bergliota", recording that he appropriated the crown of Norway by his authority as jarl but did not take the title king.
  6. Håkon Sigurdsson: lt;p|>|Haakon Sigurdarson| (|Haakon Jarl|) (|Old Norse|: ||Hákon Sigurðarson||, |Norwegian|: ||Hå World Heritage Encyclopedia, the.
  7. Jan 22,  · Haakon Paulsson was a Norwegian Jarl (–) and jointly ruled the Earldom of Orkney together with his cousin Magnus Erlendsson. His father was Paul Thorfinnsson, the son of Thorfinn Sigurdsson and Ingibiorg Finnsdottir. His father and his uncle, Erlend Thorfinnsson, had ruled together as Earls of glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfos: Pål Thorfinnsson, jarl of Orkney, Ragnhildr Hákonardóttir.
  8. Haakon Sigurdarson (Haakon Jarl) (Old Norse: Hákon Sigurðarson, Norwegian: Håkon Sigurdsson) (c. – ) was the de facto ruler of Norway from about to Sometimes he is styled Hakon the Powerful (Old Norse: Hákon jarl hinn ríki).
  9. Haakon II Sigurdsson Jarl (_no. "Hákon Sigurðsson", _no. Håkon Sigurdsson), (died ) was the son of Sigurd Haakonsson, Earl of Lade, and thus Trøndelag. Haakon claimed descent from the divine linage of Sæming. Haakon became earl after his father was killed by King Harald Greyhide 's .

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