Yrsa Helgesdotter 1 2a 3

Nom de naissance Yrsa Helgesdotter
Nom de naissance Yrsa Helgadóttir
Nom de naissance Yrsa Helgasdotter
Nom de naissance Yrsa de Saxe
Nom de naissance Yrse
Nom de naissance Yrs
Nom de naissance Urse
Identifiant Gramps I2176
Genre féminin
Âge au décès inconnu

Événements

Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Naissance [E3398] entre 500 et 599      
Décès [E3399]        

Parents

Relation avec la souche Nom Date de naissance Date de décès Relation dans la famille (si différent de la naissance)
Père Helge Halfdansson [I2177]
Mère Alof la Grande ? [I2178]
         Yrsa Helgesdotter [I2176] entre 500 et 599
 
Père Helge Halfdansson [I2177]
Belle-mère Yrsa Helgesdotter [I2176]entre 500 et 599
    Le demi-frère consanguin     Hrólfr Kraki [I2179] entre 500 et 550
 
Beau-père Geirtjov [I2405]
Mère Alof la Grande ? [I2178]

Familles

    Famille de Helge Halfdansson et Yrsa Helgesdotter [F0942]
Mariés Mari Helge Halfdansson [I2177] ( * + ... )
   
Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Mariage [E3400]        
Divorce [E3401]        
  Enfants
Nom Naissance Décès
Hrólfr Kraki [I2179]entre 500 et 550
    Famille de Adils Ottarsson et Yrsa Helgesdotter [F1767]
Mariés Mari Adils Ottarsson [I4849] ( * entre 500 et 599 + ... )
  Enfants
Nom Naissance Décès
Øystein Adilsson [I4848]estimée vers 600

Anecdote

Yrsa was taken prisoner by, and made the wife of, King Helgi of Denmark. She later found out that King Helgi was her own father and her mother was Queen Alof the Great, wife of King Geirthjof of Saxland. Yrsa's son by Helge, Rolf Krake, later became king of Denmark.

[source Missouri Mule]

Yrsa, Yrse, Yrs or Urse (6th century) was a tragic heroine of Scandinavian legend.
She appears in several versions relating to her husband, the Swedish king Eadgils, and/or to her father and rapist/lover/husband Halga (the younger brother of king Hroðgar who received Beowulf) and their son Hroðulf. The consensus view is that the people surrounding Yrsa are the same people as those found in Beowulf, and the common claim in Beowulf studies that Hroðulf probably was the son of Halga is taken from the Yrsa tradition. Several translators (e.g. Burton Raffel) and scholars have emended her name from a corrupt line (62) in the manuscript of Beowulf, although this is guesswork.

[source Wikipedia]

Arbre généalogique

  1. Helge Halfdansson [I2177]
    1. Alof la Grande ? [I2178]
      1. Yrsa Helgesdotter
        1. Helge Halfdansson [I2177]
          1. Hrólfr Kraki [I2179]
        2. Adils Ottarsson [I4849]
          1. Øystein Adilsson [I4848]

Ascendants

Références des sources

  1. Idar Lind: Norse mythology / Viking age by Idar Lind [S0082]
  2. Missouri Mule: Missouri Mule [S0081]
      • Page : Kings of Sweden
  3. Wikipedia [S0052]