Person:Ulvhild Håkansdotter (1)

Ulvhild Håkansdotter _____
b.Abt 1095
  1. Ulvhild Håkansdotter _____Abt 1095 - 1148
  1. Charles VII of Sweden _____, King of SwedenAbt 1130 - 1167
  2. Helena of Sweden - Aft 1157
  3. John SverkerssonAbt 1130 - Abt 1153
Facts and Events
Name Ulvhild Håkansdotter _____
Alt Name Ulvhild Haakonsdt.
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1095
Marriage to Inge II Halstensson "the Younger" _____
Marriage to Sverker I of Sweden _____, King of Sweden
Marriage to Niels _____, King of Denmark
Death[1] 1148
Reference Number? Q2051043?

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Ulvhild Håkansdotter, (Swedish: Ulfhild, English: Wulfhild, Wolfhild), (c. 1095–c. 1148), was a medieval Scandinavian queen, twice Queen consort of Sweden (c. 1117–25 and c. 1134–48) and once Queen consort of Denmark (c. 1130–34), married to King Inge II of Sweden, King Niels of Denmark and King Sverker I of Sweden. Ulvhild had an important role in the Nordic dynastic connections of her time, but the sources are unfortunately insufficient to map the closer circumstances. She is mentioned as a femme fatale of high-medieval Scandinavia, as well as a benefactor of the Catholic Church.

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