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Yelisaveta Yaroslavsdatter of Kiev

Kvinne Ca 1032 - Ett 1066  (~ 35 år)

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  • Navn Yelisaveta Yaroslavsdatter of Kiev 
    Født Ca 1032 
    Kjønn Kvinne 
    Død Ett 1066 
    Person ID 10743  Min slekt
    Sist endret 6 Sep 2009 

    Familie Harald III Sigurdsson Hardråde of Norway,   f. 1015, Ringerike, Buskerud, Norge Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet,   d. 25 Sep 1016, Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire, England Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet  (Alder 1 år) 
    Gift Ca 1045 
     1. Ingigerd Haraldsdatter
     2. Maria Haraldsdatter,   d. 25 Sep 1066, Orkney Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Sist endret 6 Sep 2009 
    Famile ID 10742  Gruppeskjema  |  Familiediagram

  • Notater 
    • Other names for Yelisaveta were Elizabeth and Ellisif of Gårdarike.From Snorri Sturluson, Saga of Harald Hardrade:"17. KING HARALD'S MARRIAGE.This winter King Jarisleif gave Harald his daughter Elisabeth in marriage. She is called by the Northmen Ellisif. ...""86. BATTLE AT SCARBOROUGH.When King Harald was clear for sea, and the wind became favourable, he sailed out into the ocean; and he himself landed in Shetland, but a part of his fleet in the Orkney Islands. King Harald stopped but a short time in Shetland before sailing to Orkney, from whence he took with him a great armed force, and the earls Paul and Erlend, the sons of Earl Thorfin; but he left behind him here the Queen Ellisif, and her daughters Maria and Ingegerd. Then he sailed, leaving Scotland and England westward of him, and landed at a place called Klifland. There he went on shore and plundered, and brought the country in subjection to him without opposition. Then he brought up at Skardaburg, and fought with the people of the place. He went up a hill which is there, and made a great pile upon it, which he set on fire; and when the pile was in clear flame, his men took large forks and pitched the burning wood down into the town, so that one house caught fire after the other, and the town surrendered. The Northmen killed many people there and took all the booty they could lay hold of. There was nothing left for the Englishmen now, if they would preserve their lives, but to submit to King Harald; and thus he subdued the country wherever he came. Then the king proceeded south along the land, and brought up at Hellornes, where there came a force that had been assembled to oppose him, with which he had a battle, and gained the victory." "102. OF OLAF HARALDSON'S EXPEDITION TO NORWAY.Olaf, the son of King Harald Sigurdson, sailed with his fleet from England from Hrafnseyr, and came in autumn to the Orkney Isles, where the event had happened that Maria, a daughter of Harald Sigurdson, died a sudden death the very day and hour her father, King Harald, fell. Olaf remained there all winter; but the summer after he proceeded east to Norway, where he was proclaimed king along with his brother Magnus. Queen Ellisif came from the West, along with her stepson Olaf and her daughter Ingegerd. ..."Yelisaveta married Harald III Sigurdsson Hardråde of Norway, son of Sigurd "Syr" Halfdansson and Åsta Gudbrandsdatter, circa 1045. (Harald III Sigurdsson Hardråde of Norway was born in 1015 in Ringerike, Buskerud, Norway and died on 25 Sep 1066 in Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire, England.)Kilder:

      1 Brian C. Tompsett, Directory of Royal Genealogical (Data Brian Tompsett Department of Computer Science University of Hull Hull, UK, HU6 2 Snorri Sturluson (c. 1179 - 1241), (About 1225). 3 Tore Nygaard, Tore Nygaard's Genealogy ( Snorre Sturlasson: Harald Hardrådes saga, avsnitt 83, 98.