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Ivar Halfdansson Vidfamne (612-647)
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Audur «the Deep-Minded» Ivarsdatter (633-717)
633--717 (kvinna)

Begravningsort: Jelling, Syddanmark, Danmark

Född: 633 i Danmark

Död: 717 i Jellinge, Danmark


Daughter of Ivar Vidfamne, King of Sweden och Gauthild (Gyrithe) Alfsdatter
Wife of Rørik Slangvandbauge Halvdansson och Radbart of Gardarige
Mother of Harald Hraereksson «Wartooth» Hildetand och Randver Radbardsson av Sverige, King of Sweden
Sister of Gyrita De Scanie




Auðr the Deep-Minded Ivarsdóttir (Old Norse: Auðr in djúpúðga) was a Scandinavian princess, the daughter of Ivar Vidfamne, and the mother of Harald Wartooth, who appears in Sögubrot, Hversu Noregr byggdist and in the Lay of Hyndla. She would have lived sometime during the 7th and 8th centuries.

Parents: Ivar Vidfamne Spouses: 1. Hrœrekr slöngvanbaugi, the king of Zealand 2. Helgi the Sharp 3. king Ráðbarðr of Gardarike

LINKS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Au%C3%B0r_the_Deep-Minded

WIKIPEDIA (cont) She was given to a Hrœrekr slöngvanbaugi, the king of Zealand, but would rather have his brother Helgi the Sharp. Ivar Vidfamne solved the problem by telling Hrœrekr that Auðr was unfaithful with Helgi. The ruse was successful and Hrærekr slew his brother Helgi, after which it was easy for Ivar to attack Hrœrekr and to kill him as well.

Auðr fled to Garðaríki with her son Harald Wartooth, and married its king Ráðbarðr with whom she later had the son Randver. Her father king Ivar was upset that his daughter had married without his consent. Although, he was old he departed to Garðaríki with a large leidang. One night, as they were harboured in the Gulf of Finland, he had a strange dream, and so he asked his foster-father Hörð. His foster-father was standing on a high cliff during the conversation and told Ivar that the dream foretold the death of Ivar and the end of his evil deeds. Ivar was so angry by these words that he threw himself down into the sea, whereupon also Hörð did the same thing.

As the throne of Sweden and Denmark was vacant, Auðr's son Harald Wartooth departed to Scania to claim his inheritance, with the help of his stepfather Ráðbarðr. -------------------- Audr Ivarsdottir of_Am (633-) [Pedigree]

Daughter of Ivar Halfdansson King of Lethra (612-)

REF Halldor Arnason (harnason@u.washington.edu).
Son means son and is never used for daughters. Daughters have
-dottir instead of -son (or -sdottir instead of -sson, the s is
the genitive ending of the father's name). It is however quite
common to see people not familiar with the patronymic system,
mix this up.
The name Audr (the r is a nominative case ending that I like to
keep but most people don't) could both be used as a woman's and
a man's name and maybe there is some confusion because of that.
In later time it became exclusively female.
There is a male Audr in the Norse mythology, but a female one
was one of the settlers of Iceland around 900. She came from
Ireland, so maybe she had an Irish name that sounded somewhat
similar to Audr, so Audr was used for her even though it was
male. I don't know about that, just wondering.
There is a Audr Ivarsdottir mentioned in the poem Hyndluljod as
mother of Haraldr hilditonn Hraereksson and Randver
Radbardsson. That poem is written in Iceland in the twelfth
century, so the poet might not have any better idea of who Audr
was than we do. He even uses the nickname "djupudga"
(deepminded) for her, but that was the nickname of the
Icelandic settler. I don't know who got it from whom.
E-Mail
b. ABT 633
r. Denmark

Married Radbard of Russia King of Garderidge (Russia) (638-)

Children: [listed under entry for Radbard of Russia] -------------------- Name: Aud IVARSDOTTER Sex: F Birth: ABT 633 in Am, Denmark Death: UNKNOWN

Father: Ivar HALFDANSSON , King Of Sweden b: ABT 612 in Denmark Mother: Gauthild ALFSDATTER b: ABT 614 in Denmark

Marriage 1 Hraerek HALFDANSSON b: ABT 629 in Am, Denmark Children

Harald HRAEREKSSON b: ABT 655 in Denmark

Marriage 2 Radbert Of GARDARIGE , King Of Gardarige b: ABT 638 Children

RANDVER b: ABT 670 in Sweden
RADBERTSDOTTER b: ABT 670 in Sweden

-------------------- Noteringar Aud var först gift med Rurik Sløngvanbug (født ca 640. Konge) Hun ble gift med Kong Radbard I sitt andre ekteskap og levde så i Gårdarike

-------------------- Reference: http://familytrees.genopro.com/318186/jarleslekt/default.htm?page=toc_families.htm -------------------- Name: Aud Ivarsdatter OF LETHRA Given Name: Aud Ivarsdatter Surname: of Lethra Sex: F 1 Birth: 633

Father: Ivar Halfdansson OF UPPSALA b: 612

Marriage 1 Rurik (Hroerekr) OF LETHRA Children

Harald Hilditonn OF LETHRA

Marriage 2 Radbard OF GARDERIDGE b: 638 Children

Randver Radvardsson OF DENMARK

Sources: Abbrev: Stuart (1992) Title: Royalty for Commoners Author: Stuart, R. W. Publication: Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2nd. Ed. 1992 (firstEd. 1988). Page: pp. 175-176 (Line 240) -------------------- Auðr the Deep-Minded (Old Norse: Auðr in djúpúðga) was a Scandinavian princess, the daughter of Ivar Vidfamne, and the mother of Harald Wartooth, who appears in Sögubrot, Hversu Noregr byggdist and in the Lay of Hyndla. She would have lived sometime during the 7th and 8th centuries.

She was given to a Hr?rekr slöngvanbaugi, the king of Zealand, but would rather have his brother Helgi the Sharp. Ivar Vidfamne solved the problem by telling Hr?rekr that Auðr was unfaithful with Helgi. The ruse was successful and Hrærekr slew his brother Helgi, after which it was easy for Ivar to attack Hr?rekr and to kill him as well.

Auðr fled to Garðaríki with her son Harald Wartooth, and married its king Ráðbarðr with whom she later had the son Randver. Her father king Ivar was upset that his daughter had married without his consent. Although, he was old he departed to Garðaríki with a large leidang. One night, as they were harboured in the Gulf of Finland, he had a strange dream, and so he asked his foster-father Hörð. His foster-father was standing on a high cliff during the conversation and told Ivar that the dream foretold the death of Ivar and the end of his evil deeds. Ivar was so angry by these words that he threw himself down into the sea, whereupon also Hörð did the same thing.

As the throne of Sweden and Denmark was vacant, Auðr's son Harald Wartooth departed to Scania to claim his inheritance, with the help of his step-father Ráðbarðr. (Wikipedia)

--------------------

Aud Ivarsdotter

born Abt 0633 Of Am, Denmark

father:

Ivar "Vidfame" Halfdansson King in Sweden

born Abt 0612 Of Denmark died 0647

mother:

Gauthild (Gyrithe) Alfsdotter

born Abt 0614 Of Denmark married Abt 0632 Of Denmark (end of information)

spouse (1st):

Hraerek "Slaunvanbauga" Halfdansson

born Abt 0629 Of Am, Denmark married 0654

children (from 2nd marriage):

Harald "Hilditonn" Hraereksson born Abt 0655 Of Denmark died 0735

Hraereksdatter born 0657 Denmark

spouse (2nd):

Radbart King of Gardarige

born Abt 0638 Garderige, Russia married Abt 0669 Of Denmark (end of information)

children (from 2nd marriage):

Randver Radbartsson born Abt 0670 Of Denmark

Miss Radbartsdotter born Abt 0675 Of Denmark

http://www.mathematical.com/ivarsdotteraud633.html -------------------- Noteringar Aud var først gift med Rurik Sløngvanbug (født ca 640. Konge) Hun ble gift med Kong Radbard i sitt andre ekteskap og levde så i Gardarike

-------------------- Auðr the Deep-Minded (Old Norse: Auðr in djúpúðga) was a Scandinavian princess, the daughter of Ivar Vidfamne, and the mother of Harald Wartooth, who appears in Sögubrot, Hversu Noregr byggdist and in the Lay of Hyndla. She would have lived sometime during the 7th and 8th centuries.

She was given to a Hrœrekr slöngvanbaugi, the king of Zealand, but would rather have his brother Helgi the Sharp. Ivar Vidfamne solved the problem by telling Hrœrekr that Auðr was unfaithful with Helgi. The ruse was successful and Hrærekr slew his brother Helgi, after which it was easy for Ivar to attack Hrœrekr and to kill him as well.

Auðr fled to Garðaríki with her son Harald Wartooth, and married its king Ráðbarðr with whom she later had the son Randver. Her father king Ivar was upset that his daughter had married without his consent. Although, he was old he departed to Garðaríki with a large leidang. One night, as they were harboured in the Gulf of Finland, he had a strange dream, and so he asked his foster-father Hörð. His foster-father was standing on a high cliff during the conversation and told Ivar that the dream foretold the death of Ivar and the end of his evil deeds. Ivar was so angry by these words that he threw himself down into the sea, whereupon also Hörð did the same thing.

As the throne of Sweden and Denmark was vacant, Auðr's son Harald Wartooth departed to Scania to claim his inheritance, with the help of his stepfather Ráðbarðr.

-------------------- Auðr the Deep-Minded (Old Norse: Auðr in djúpúðga) was a Scandinavian princess, the daughter of Ivar Vidfamne, and the mother of Harald Wartooth, who appears in Sögubrot, Hversu Noregr byggdist and in the Lay of Hyndla. She would have lived sometime during the 7th and 8th centuries.

She was given to a Hrœrekr slöngvanbaugi, the king of Zealand, but would rather have his brother Helgi the Sharp. Ivar Vidfamne solved the problem by telling Hrœrekr that Auðr was unfaithful with Helgi. The ruse was successful and Hrærekr slew his brother Helgi, after which it was easy for Ivar to attack Hrœrekr and to kill him as well.

Auðr fled to Garðaríki with her son Harald Wartooth, and married its king Ráðbarðr with whom she later had the son Randver. Her father king Ivar was upset that his daughter had married without his consent. Although, he was old he departed to Garðaríki with a large leidang. One night, as they were harboured in the Gulf of Finland, he had a strange dream, and so he asked his foster-father Hörð. His foster-father was standing on a high cliff during the conversation and told Ivar that the dream foretold the death of Ivar and the end of his evil deeds. Ivar was so angry by these words that he threw himself down into the sea, whereupon also Hörð did the same thing.

As the throne of Sweden and Denmark was vacant, Auðr's son Harald Wartooth departed to Scania to claim his inheritance, with the help of his stepfather Ráðbarðr.

-------------------- Auda Ivarsdóttir1,2 b. circa 633 Auda Ivarsdóttir:b. c 633:p71.htm#i9382:Ivarr Vídfadmi Hálfdanarson, King of the Danes and Swedes:d. 647:p298.htm#i9378:Gyrita of Jutland:b. c 620:p71.htm#i9381:Hálfdan S. H., King of Roeskilde::p278.htm#i9379:Maolda (?):b. c 590:p78.htm#i10097::::::: Father Ivarr Vídfadmi Hálfdanarson, King of the Danes and Swedes d. 647 Mother Gyrita of Jutland b. circa 620

Auda Ivarsdóttir married Prince of Lejre Rörik Skjölding, son of N. N. Skjölding; Her 1st. Also called Oda of Denmark.3 Auda Ivarsdóttir was born circa 633 at Am, Denmark.2 She was the daughter of Ivarr Vídfadmi Hálfdanarson, King of the Danes and Swedes and Gyrita of Jutland. Auda Ivarsdóttir witnessed the death of Ivarr Vídfadmi Hálfdanarson, King of the Danes and Swedes in 647; He died while sailing for Russia, where he set out to punish his daughter's new husband for marrying Oda without permission, and to do some plundering as well. His boat sank and he drowned in the frigid waters of the Gulf of Finland.4,5 Auda Ivarsdóttir married Radbard av Sverige (Mythical) circa 668; Her 2nd. Her lover, Helge the Viking dead at the hands of her husband, Rurik, and Rurik dead at the hands of her father, Ivar, Oda took Harold and left for the Swedish settlements in Russia. There she married King Radbard. Her father disapproved of the marriage, done without his permission.

Family 1 Prince of Lejre Rörik Skjölding b. circa 638, d. before 647 Child

* King of the Danes and Swedes Harold Hildetand Röriksson+ b. c 647?, d. 735

Family 2 Radbard av Sverige (Mythical) b. circa 638 Child

* King of Uppsala Randver Radbardsson (Mythical)+ b. c 668, d. 770

Citations

1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 240-43.
2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Skjöld, King of Danes, 74.
3. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, Pg. 170. - The only child of Ivar and Gyrita..
4. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, Sweden, pg. 480.
5. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, Denmark, pg. 430.

-------------------- var ei datter av den svenske kongen Ivar Vidfamne, og mor til Harald Hildetann og nevnes i de islandske tekstene Sögubrot, Hvordan Norge ble bebodd og kvadet Hyndluljóð. Aud levde en gang i løpet av 600- og 700-tallet. Tilnavnet antyder at hun var klok. Hun må dog ikke forveksles med den senere Aud den djuptenkte som var gift med Olav Kvite, konge av Dublin på 800-tallet.

Aud ble giftet bort til Rørek av Vejle (Hrærekr slöngvanbaugi), småkonge av Sjælland, og fikk sønnen Harald Hildetann med ham, men vil selv heller være sammen med dennes bror Helge den kvasse. Ivar Vidfamne løste problemet ved å fortelle Rørek at Aud var utro med broren Helge. Dette knepet var suksessfull og Rørek slo dermed i hjel broren sin, noe som gjorde det enkelt for Ivar å angripe Rørek og drepe ham.

Aud Djupauga flyktet til Gardariket med sønnen Harald Hildetann og giftet seg med kong Radbart av Gardariket som hun senere fikk sønnen Randver med. Ivar ble oppbrakt over at hans datter hadde giftet seg uten hans tillatelse, og selv om han var gammel dro han til Gardariket med en stor hær. En natt da de hadde ankret opp i Finskebukten fikk han en merkelig drøm og han spurte sin fosterfar Hord (Hörð) om drømmen. Ivar og hans fosterfar sto på en høy klippe mens kongen fortalte. Hord mente at drømmen forutså Ivars død og slutten på hans onde handlinger. Rasende over denne drømmetydningen kastet Ivar seg utenfor klippen og ned i sjøen. Deretter gjorde Hord det samme.

Ettersom både den danske som den svenske tronen var ledig dro Auds sønn Harald fra Gardariket og til Skåne for å kreve sin rett og med støtte fra sin stefar Radbart.

Litteratur [rediger]

Henrikson, Alf: Stora mytologiska uppslagsboken. Stockholm : Forum, 1998, ISBN 91-37-11346-1 Hentet fra «http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aud_Djupauga»

-------------------- Aka 'Aud Arsson IV' & 'Ivarsdottir'. -------------------- Auðr the Deep-Minded (Old Norse: Auðr in djúpúðga) was a Scandinavian princess, the daughter of Ivar Vidfamne, and the mother of Harald Wartooth, who appears in Sögubrot, Hversu Noregr byggdist and in the Lay of Hyndla. She would have lived sometime during the 7th and 8th centuries.

She was given to a Hrœrekr slöngvanbaugi, the king of Zealand, but would rather have his brother Helgi the Sharp. Ivar Vidfamne solved the problem by telling Hrœrekr that Auðr was unfaithful with Helgi. The ruse was successful and Hrærekr slew his brother Helgi, after which it was easy for Ivar to attack Hrœrekr and to kill him as well.

Auðr fled to Garðaríki with her son Harald Wartooth, and married its king Ráðbarðr with whom she later had the son Randver. Her father king Ivar was upset that his daughter had married without his consent. Although, he was old he departed to Garðaríki with a large leidang. One night, as they were harboured in the Gulf of Finland, he had a strange dream, and so he asked his foster-father Hörð. His foster-father was standing on a high cliff during the conversation and told Ivar that the dream foretold the death of Ivar and the end of his evil deeds. Ivar was so angry by these words that he threw himself down into the sea, whereupon also Hörð did the same thing.

As the throne of Sweden and Denmark was vacant, Auðr's son Harald Wartooth departed to Scania to claim his inheritance, with the help of his stepfather Ráðbarðr. -------------------- Queen Audr Diephrandza Ivarsdotter [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 about 645 in Am, Denmark. She married 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 King Radbard Gardarike about 685 in Denmark.

Other marriages:

, Roric Slingeband King of Denmark

They had the following children:

M i Randver Radbardsson

-------------------- Auda Ivarsdóttir married Prince of Lejre Rörik Skjölding, son of N. N. Skjölding; Her 1st. Also called Oda of Denmark.3 Auda Ivarsdóttir was born circa 633 at Am, Denmark.2 She was the daughter of Ivarr Vídfadmi Hálfdanarson, King of the Danes and Swedes and Gyrita of Jutland. Auda Ivarsdóttir witnessed the death of Ivarr Vídfadmi Hálfdanarson, King of the Danes and Swedes in 647; He died while sailing for Russia, where he set out to punish his daughter's new husband for marrying Oda without permission, and to do some plundering as well. His boat sank and he drowned in the frigid waters of the Gulf of Finland.4,5 Auda Ivarsdóttir married Radbard av Sverige (Mythical) circa 668; Her 2nd. Her lover, Helge the Viking dead at the hands of her husband, Rurik, and Rurik dead at the hands of her father, Ivar, Oda took Harold and left for the Swedish settlements in Russia. There she married King Radbard. Her father disapproved of the marriage, done without his permission.

Family 1

Prince of Lejre Rörik Skjölding b. circa 638, d. before 647

Child

* King of the Danes and Swedes Harold Hildetand Röriksson+ b. c 647?, d. 735

Family 2

Radbard av Sverige (Mythical) b. circa 638

Child

* King of Uppsala Randver Radbardsson (Mythical)+ b. c 668, d. 770

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p71.htm#i9382

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