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Nom de naissance Anund le Défricheur Yngvarsson
Nom de naissance Ånund Yngvarsson
Nom de naissance Anund le Pionnier Yngvarsson
Nom de naissance Ånund Yngvarsson av Uppsala
Nom de naissance Önundur Yngvarsson av Uppsala
Nom de naissance Braut-Onundur av Uppsala
Prénom usuel Braut-Ånund
Nom de naissance Onund Yngvarsson av Uppsala
Nom de naissance Braut-Ånund
Nom de naissance Braut-Önundur
Identifiant Gramps I4845
Genre masculin


Relation avec la souche Nom Date de naissance Date de décès Relation dans la famille (si différent de la naissance)
Père Yngvar Øysteinsson [I4847]
         Anund le Défricheur Yngvarsson [I4845]
    Le frère     Olof Yngvarsson [I2562]
    Le frère     Sigvard Yngvarsson [I2563]


    Famille de Anund le Défricheur Yngvarsson [F1735]
Nom Naissance Décès
Ingjald le Mauvais Anundsson [I3518]estimée entre 600 et 699


Roi d'Uppsala


Brøt-Anundr (Old East Norse) or Braut-Önundr (Old West Norse) (meaning trail-blazer Anund or Anund the land-clearer) was a legendary Swedish king of the House of Yngling who reigned in the mid-seventh century. The name would have been Proto-Norse *Anuwinduz, meaning "winning ancestor".

In his Ynglinga saga, Snorri Sturluson relates that Anund succeeded his father Ingvar on the Swedish throne, and after his father's wars against Danish vikings and Estonian pirates, peace reigned over Sweden and there were good harvests. Anund was a popular king who became very rich, not only because of the peace and the good harvests but also because he avenged his father in Estonia. That country was ravaged far and wide and in the autumn Anund returned with great riches.

In those days Sweden was dominated by vast and uninhabited forests, so Anund started making roads and clearing land and vast districts were settled by Swedes. Consequently he was named Bröt-Anund. He made a house for himself in every district and used to stay as a guest in many homes.

One autumn, King Anund was travelling between his halls (see Husbys) and came to a place called Himinheiðr (sky heath) between two mountains. He was surprised by a landslide which killed him.

[source Wikipedia]

Arbre généalogique

  1. Yngvar Øysteinsson [I4847]
    1. Anund le Défricheur Yngvarsson
        1. Ingjald le Mauvais Anundsson [I3518]
    2. Olof Yngvarsson [I2562]
    3. Sigvard Yngvarsson [I2563]


Références des sources

  1. Idar Lind: Norse mythology / Viking age by Idar Lind [S0082]
  2. Krystad history & genealogy: Krystad history & genealogy [S0062]
  3. Wikipedia [S0052]