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  1. Hace 5 días · As a 17-year-old, in 1511, Kristina Gyllenstierna married Sten Svantesson Sture, later called Sten Sture the Younger. The time the marriage took place was a troubled period in Swedish history marked by decades of conflict between Sweden and Denmark over who would rule the Swedish kingdom.

  2. 28 de may. de 2024 · Age 70. Death of Sten Sture Bruno Westerling. Borås, Västra Götaland County, Sweden. Genealogy for Sten Sture Bruno Westerling (1921 - 1991) family tree on Geni, with over 260 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  3. 3 de jun. de 2024 · Sten Sture (Tvilling) Hagberg. Birthdate: November 05, 1933. Birthplace: Nilsvallen, Sveg, Härjedalen, Sverige (Sweden) Death: Immediate Family: Son of Karl Hagberg and Elin Katarina Hagberg. Brother of Waldemar Sixten Hagberg; Holger Georg Hagberg; Anna Ottilia Strandell; Hilding Valentin; Rut Persson and 3 others.

  4. 5 de jun. de 2024 · Denna biografi skildrar Sten Sture, hans närmaste allierade och viktigaste politiska motståndare mot bakgrund av senmedeltidens dramatiska historia i Norden och Sverige. Efter faderns, riksföreståndaren Svante Nilsson (Sture), död år 1511 kämpade Sten Sture den yngre på flera fronter för att befästa sin egen politiska makt.

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  5. 1 de jun. de 2024 · Although he was also recognized as sovereign by the Swedish state council (1483), the Swedish regent, Sten Sture the Elder, was able to postpone John’s coronation as king of Sweden. In 1490 John divided the territories of Schleswig and Holstein with his brother Frederick (later king of Denmark as Frederick I).

  6. 2 de jun. de 2024 · Capturan a "El Viejo" en Cumaná, acusado de abuso sexual a menores. El modus operandi de José Díaz Canache incluía sobornar a los menores con altas sumas de dinero. En caso de que esta táctica no funcionara, recurría a la fuerza para cometer los abusos.

  7. Hace 6 días · Answer: Denmark. Kristian II, or Kristian the Tyrant as he was called in Sweden, came from Denmark and was responsible for the "Stockholm Bloodbath" (8-9 November 1520), in which 80 people was executed. Kristian executed them because they were supporters to Sten Sture, who was one of his enemies.