Person:Gorm the Old (1)

Gorm the Old _____
b.Abt 890 Germany
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Name Gorm the Old _____
Alt Name King Gorm the Old of Denmark
Alt Name King of Denmark Gorm "the Old" of Jutland
Gender Male
Marriage 880 Denmarkto Tyra Danabod
Other  Speculative child?: Gunnhild, Mother of Kings (1) 
with Tyra Danabod
Birth[1] Abt 890 GermanyBlauzahn?
Death[2] Bef 950 Jelling, Vejle, DenmarkGormshoj
Burial? Jelling, Vejle, Denmark
Other[3] notat
Reference Number? Q314490?
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Gorm the Old (, [1][2]), also called Gorm the Languid, was ruler of Denmark, reigning from to his death [3] or a few years later. He ruled from Jelling, and made the oldest of the Jelling Stones in honour of his wife Thyra. Gorm was born before 900 and died perhaps around 958[3] or possibly 963[4] or 964.[5]

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  1. Gorm the Old, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. GORM, son of [HARDEKNUD] & his wife his [wife] --- (-before 950, bur Jelling), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  3. Dansk konge med sæde i Jelling; havde også tilnavnet "Løge", d.v.s. "den
    dvaske". Han var gift med Thyra og rejste sten over hende i Jelling, hvor de
    begge begravedes i kæmpehøje. Sønnen Harald Blåtand rejste dem den store
    Jelling-sten. Det var formentlig også Harald, der lod deres lig flytte ind i en
    grav under Jellingkirkens gulv.