Astrid Olofsdotter 1a

Nom de naissance Astrid Olofsdotter
Identifiant Gramps I2614
Genre féminin
Âge au décès inconnu

Événements

Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Naissance [E11722]        
Général

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Décès [E3717] 1035      

Parents

Relation avec la souche Nom Date de naissance Date de décès Relation dans la famille (si différent de la naissance)
Père Olof III Skötkonung de Suède [I2102]9801022
Mère Edla Duchesse de Venden [I2611]
    Le frère (germain)     Emund [I2612]
    Le frère (germain)     Holmfrid [I2613]
         Astrid Olofsdotter [I2614] 1035
 
Père Olof III Skötkonung de Suède [I2102]9801022
Belle-mère Estrid des Obotrites [I2101]vers 9791035
    La demi-sœur consanguine     Ingigerd [I2099] entre 1048 et 1050

Familles

    Famille de Saint Olaf II le Grand Haraldsson de Norvège et Astrid Olofsdotter [F1135]
Mariés Mari Saint Olaf II le Grand Haraldsson de Norvège [I2615] ( * 995 + 29. juillet 1030 )
  Enfants
Nom Naissance Décès
Wulfhilde Olavsdatter de Norvège [I4166]24. mai 1071

Anecdote

Astrid Olofsdotter, or possibly Estrid Olofsdotter, (date of birth unknown, d. 1035), was a Norwegian Mediaeval queen, queen consort of King Olav II of Norway.

Astrid was born to King Olof Skötkonung of Sweden and his Obotritian mistress Edla, half sister of King Anund Jacob of Sweden and sister of King Emund the Old of Sweden. It is said, that she and her brother Emund was not treated well by their stepmother, queen Estrid of the Obotrites, and that they were sent away to foster parents - Astrid were sent to a man named Egil in Västergötland.

In 1016, it was decided that Norway and Sweden should come to more peaceful relations by a royal marriage alliance. Noblemen of both countries tried to arrange a marriage between Olaf of Norway and the sister of Astrid, Princess Ingegerd Olofsdotter of Sweden. King Olof of Sweden agreed at first but broke his promise. Some sources claim that Astrid replaced Ingegerd by the wish of her father, others claim that the marriage took place against the will of her father, by the cooperation of Olav of Norway and the Swedish jarl Ragnvald Ulfsson. Astrid was married to Olaf in Sarpsborg in 1019.

Astrid was described as beautiful, articulate and generous, and well liked by others. She was possibly the mother of Ulvhild of Norway (1020-1070), wife of Ordulf, Duke of Saxony. She was the stepmother of King Magnus the Good, with whom she had a good relationship. In 1030, she was widowed when her husband was killed, and she left Norway and settled in the Swedish court, where she had a high position. When her stepson Magnus visited Sigtuna on his way to claim the Norwegian throne, she gave him her official support and encouraged Sweden to do so as well.

[source Wikipedia]

Anecdote

Edla (10th century-11th century), traditionally sometimes kalled "Duchess of Venden", was a Slavic Viking age woman, mistress of King Olaf of Sweden and mother of King Emund the Old of Sweden.

Tradition say Edla was the daughter of a West Slavic Tribal chief from Northern Germany. She was brought to Sweden as a prisoner of war at the same time, or a little before, as Estrid of the Obotrites in c. 1000. King Olof Skötkonung fell in love with her and took her as his mistress, although he married Estrid. She became the mother of Emund, Astrid Olofsdotter and possibly Holmfrid. Snorre Sturlasson say, that her children was sent to foster parents away from the royal court because Queen Estrid was not kind to them. This could indicate, that Edla died when her children was small.

[source Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edla]

Arbre généalogique

  1. Olof III Skötkonung de Suède [I2102]
    1. Edla Duchesse de Venden [I2611]
      1. Emund [I2612]
      2. Holmfrid [I2613]
      3. Astrid Olofsdotter
        1. Saint Olaf II le Grand Haraldsson de Norvège [I2615]
          1. Wulfhilde Olavsdatter de Norvège [I4166]

Ascendants

Références des sources

  1. Wikipedia [S0052]
      • Page : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrid_Olofsdotter