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  1. Magnus II Eriksson, (born 1316, Norway—died December 1, 1374, Sweden), king of Sweden (1319–63) and of Norway (1319–55, as Magnus VII) who devoted himself to defending his Swedish sovereignty against rebellious nobles aided by various foreign leaders, most notably Valdemar IV Atterdag, king of Denmark.

  2. 09/05/2019 · 1) ERIK Magnusson ( [1339]-20 Jun 1359). Duke of Scania. He succeeded in 1344 as ERIK XII joint King of Sweden, ruling jointly with his father.

  3. aquel manuscrito, finamente ilustrado con letras capitales, personajes de fábula, escenas costumbristas y filigranas dibujadas en rojo y verde, delimitó los derechos de la corona, el consejo real y el pueblo; abolió la esclavitud, proclamó el derecho de todos los súbditos, pobres o ricos, a un proceso judicial, c omo lo prescriben el derecho y la …

  4. Magnus II Eriksson or Magnus VII of Norway and Magnus IV of Sweden. Called "Smek" (i.e. "caress"). He bacame king of Norway (1319-43), of Sweden (1319-63), and of Scania (1332-60). He succeeded his grandfather, Haakon V, in Norway; at the same time he was elected king by the Swedish nobles to succeed his exiled uncle, King Birger of Sweden.

  5. 16/05/2020 · Magnus Henriksson, tidligst nevnt i kildene 1148, død 1161, var en dansk adelsmann og konge i Sverige i snaut ett år, 1160-1161. Henrik var sønn til den danske prinsen Henrik Skatelår og svenske Ingrid Ragnvaldsdatter som tilhørte Stenkilsætten.

  6. Filter: Personen alphabetisch. Maciej Jozef Konstanty Radziwill * 17.09.1842; + 11.05.1907. Maciej Mikolaj Radziwill * 25.07.1873; + 05.11.1920. Maciej I. Radziwill ...

  7. Magnus II of Norway - Wikipedia Magnus II of Norway Magnus Haraldsson ( Old Norse: Magnús Haraldsson; c. 1048 – 28 April 1069) was King of Norway from 1066 to 1069, jointly with his brother Olaf Kyrre from 1067. He was not included in official Norwegian regnal lists until modern times, but has since been counted as Magnus II .