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royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway.

G. M. Gathorne-Hardy

royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway.

by G. M. Gathorne-Hardy

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sverre Sigurdsson, King of Norway, 1151?-1202.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDL471.5 .G3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination305 p.
    Number of Pages305
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6218054M
    LC Control Number57001489
    OCLC/WorldCa1741324

    A Royal Impostor: King Sverre of Nor-way. The Oxford Press, London (H. Aschehoug & Co., Oslo), Pp. Index. Price, 42s. net (U.K. only) Reviewed by Sverre Arestad, University of Washington Gathorne-Hardy, now approaching his eightieth year, wrote at the age of seventy-eight A Royal Impostor, one of his most readable and engaging books. When used as the Royal coat of arms the shield features the insignias of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav around it and is framed by a royal ermine robe, surmounted by the crown of Norway. The Royal coat of arms is not used frequently. Instead, the king's monogram is extensively used, for instance in military insignia and on coins.

    Inge II (Norwegian: Inge Bårdsson, Old Norse: Ingi Bárðarson; – 23 April ) was King of Norway from to His reign was within the later stages of the period known in Norwegian history as the age of civil was the king of the birkebeiner faction. The conclusion of the settlement of Kvitsøy with the bagler faction in led to peace for the last nine years of. The Fairhair Dynasty is traditionally regarded as the first royal dynasty of the united kingdom of was founded by Harald I of Norway, known as Haraldr hinn hárfagri (Harald Fairhair or Finehair), the first King of Norway (as opposed to "in Norway"), who defeated the last resisting petty kings at the Battle of Hafrsfjord in According to the traditional view, after Harald.

    Book categories: Scandinavia, Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Vikings, Fiction, DVDs Scandinavia. Cross and Scepter by Sverre Bagge. The rise of the Scandinavian kingdoms from the Vikings to the Reformation. The Northern Crusades by Eric Christiansen is about the holy war waged by medieval Scandinavian monarchs against the eastern empires of Orthodox Novgorod and pagan.   King Harald and Queen Sonja are seen posing with heir apparent Crown Prince Haakon, his wife Princess Mette-Marit, and their children, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, 14, and Prince Sverre .


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A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway Unknown Binding – January 1, by G. M Gathorne-Hardy (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Your guide to mental : G. M Gathorne-Hardy.

Royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway. London, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Sverre Sigurdsson, King of Norway; Sverre Sigurdsson, King of Norway: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G M Gathorne-Hardy.

Get this from a library. A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway. [G M Gathorne-Hardy] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search.

Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. English A Royal Impostor Pronunciation King Sverre of Norway G. D B 0 N In the twelfth century a man brought up as a comb-maker's son and educated for the A complete review is here attempted of the priesthood in the Faroes claimed, fought position reached by scholars after nearly a for and won the throne of Norway as the.

"King Sverre and the Making of Independent Royal Communication" published on 01 Jan by : David Brégaint. A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway. London: Oxford University Press. External links. Oslo's coin cabinet — coins issued by Sverre Of Sverre, King of Norway — from William of Newburgh's History of English Affairs, Book three, chapter six.

Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookA royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway / G.M. Gathorne-Hardy. Geoffrey Malcolm Gathorne-Hardy (). A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway. London: Oxford University Press. Sverre var Norges konge fra til sin død i Han vokste opp på Færøyene.

Da Sverre kom til Norge fra Færøyene, påsto han at den tidligere. Infobox Monarch name=Sverre Sigurdsson title= King of Norway caption= King Sverre s trek across the Voss mountains is imagined in this 19th century painting by Peter. Claus Krag (). Sverre – Norges største middelalderkonge.

Oslo: H. Aschehoug & Co. ISBN Sverre Sigurdsson – Nordisk familjebok; Diplomatarium Norvegicum; Geoffrey Malcolm Gathorne-Hardy (). A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway. London: Oxford University Press. Royal Central’s Senior Europe Correspondent, Oskar Aanmoen, gives his opinion on why he believes Norway’s Prince Sverre Magnus should be the Scottish king if they became independent and chose.

He succeeded in as HARALD III "Hardråde" King of Norway. - see below, Part D. KINGS of NORWAY (KINGS of DENMARK) After Olav II King of Norway was expelled from Norway inKnud I King of Denmark declared himself king of Norway, but installed his son Svend as Norwegian king in his place in Sverre Sigurdsson (Old Norse: Sverrir Sigurðarson) (c.

/ – 9 March ) was the King of Norway from to He married Margareta Eriksdotter, the daughter of the Swedish king Eric IX, by whom he had the daughter Kristina Sverresdotter.

Many consider him one of the most important rulers in Norwegian assumed power as the leader of the rebel party known as the. "A Genesis under Church Control" published on 01 Jan by Brill.

A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway. London: Oxford University Press. ASIN BIYKOM Sverre Bagge; (). From Gang Leader to the Lord's Anointed: Kingship in Sverris Saga and Hakonar Saga Hakonarsonar.

Univ Pr of Southern Denmark. ISBN ; Knut Helle; (). Norge blir en stat Universitetsforlaget. The head of the Norwegian royal family is King Harald V, 80, who ascended the throne inand his wife, Queen Sonja, Their marriage.

Gathorne-Hardy, Geoffrey Malcolm, A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway (London: Oxford University Press. ) Røsoch, Henry, Trondheim's History (Trondheim: F. Bruns Bokhandel. ) Last edited on 26 Marchat Content is available under CC BY-SA unless. After the war he published A Royal Imposter (), which argues that King Sverre was not of royal lineage.

He also published some translations of Norwegian, Danish and Icelandic poetry, and a verse translation of Henrik Ibsen 's Brand.

The real Margaret had died inin Orkney, and her father King Eirik II of Norway (above) died insucceeded by his brother, Haakon V.

The following year a woman arrived at Bergen, Norway, off a ship from Lübeck in Germany, claiming to be Margaret, and accused several people of treason.

Sverris saga provided Sverre a royal lineage as putative bastard son of the late king Sigurd II of Norway, which in the Norway of the time provided him a claim to the throne. Historians generally agree with the consensus of his time that he was a pretender/ impostor.

The civil wars period of Norwegian history lasted from to During. Sverre of Norway is a former featured article. Sverris saga is the name of the book in the language in which it was composed. It's also probably the most common way to refer to it in English.

(). A royal impostor: King Sverre of Norway, London: Oxford University Press. (Barend31 January (UTC)) End of civil wars period.The Royal Family.

The Royal House of Norway belongs to the House of members of the Norwegian Royal House are Their Majesties King Harald and Queen Sonja and Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Princess Ingrid Alexandra.

The Norwegian Royal Family has had King Harald V at its helm since but he has suffered several bouts of ill health in recent years. The Norwegian monarch was rushed to .