Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k <- Column Identifiers
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4000bc: The wheel is first employed.
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Oldest: 509 end Oldest: 509
A52
502: ar 29 King Gundobar of Burgundy delegates royal power.
Aun The-Aged Jorundsson
509-544
529 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A52
Youngest: 509 Youngest: 509
Oldest: 503 end end Oldest: 503
A51
502: Oct 23 The Synodus Palmaris, called by Gothic king Theodoric the Great, discharges Pope Symmachus
of all charges, thus ending the schism of Antipope Laurentius.
Egil Vendikraka Aunsson
530-?
549 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Halfdan Frodasson King-Of-Denmark
503-580
525 Sigris
507-?
A51
Youngest: 530 Youngest: 530
Oldest: 528 end end Oldest: 528
A50
524: Jun 21 Godomar, King of the Burgundians, defeats the Franks at the Battle of Vezeronce.
Ottar Egilsson
550-?
571 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Olaf-The-Mighty King-Of-Denmark
540-?
563 Helgi Halfdansdottir Princess-Of-Denmark
528-?
A50
Youngest: 550 Youngest: 550
Oldest: 565 Oldest: 565
A49
610: Aug 10 In Islam, the traditional date of the Laylat al-Qadr, when Muhammad began to receive
the Qur'an
Adilis Ottarsson
572-?
592 Yrsa Helgasdottir
565-603
A49
Youngest: 572 Youngest: 572
Oldest: 594 end Oldest: 594
A48
610: Oct 5 Heraclius' fleet takes Constantinople
Eystein Adilsson
594-642
614 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A48
Youngest: 594 Youngest: 594
Oldest: 615 end Oldest: 615
A47
615: Bangor Massacre: The Anglo-Saxons, under King AEthelfrith of Northumbria, after defeating the
Kingdom of Powys, finally reach the Irish Sea and massacre 1,200 Christian monks at their monastery,
in Bangor (Wales).
Ingvar Eysteinsson King-Of-Sweden
615-?
636 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A47
Youngest: 615 Youngest: 615
Oldest: 638 end Oldest: 638
A46
638: Heraklonas, age 12, son of Heraclius, obtains (through the influence of his mother Martina)
the title of Augustus. This brings him in rivalry with his elder half-brother Constantine.
Onund Ingvarsson King-Of-Sweden
638-?
655 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A46
Youngest: 638 Youngest: 638
Oldest: 661 end Oldest: 661
A45
661: King Chlothar III of Neustria and queen regent Balthild found Corbie Abbey in Picardy (northern
France), giving it immunity from taxation, and visits from local bishops in exchange for prayer.
Ingjald Onundsson
661-?
680 Gauthild Algautsdotter
?-?
A45
Youngest: 661 Youngest: 661
Oldest: 625 end end end Oldest: 625
A44
670: Battle of Dafei River: Chinese forces (80,000 men), under general Xue Rengui of the Tang dynasty,
are annihilated by the Tibetans, who take over control of the Tarim Basin.
Olaf Ingialdsson King-Of-Varmland
?-?
705 Solveig Halfdanson
670-?
Thronde Trondheim
625-?
667 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A44
Youngest: 670 Youngest: 670
Oldest: 668 end end end Oldest: 668
A43
715: Battle of Woden's Burg: Kings Ine of Wessex and Ceolred of Mercia clash at Woden's Burg (Wiltshire).
Halfdan Olafsson King-Of-Uppsala
710-?
735 Asa Eysteinsdatter Princess-Of-Hedmark
710-?
Eirik Agnarsson
715-?
738 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eystein Haardaade King-Of-Headmark
668-710
699 Solveig Hafdannsdottir
670-?
A43
Youngest: 715 Youngest: 715
Oldest: 700 end Oldest: 700
A42
740: Much to the delight of the citizens of Chang'an, the Chinese government of the Tang Dynasty
orders fruit trees to be planted along every main avenue of the city, which enriches not only the
diets of the people but also the surroundings.
Eysteinn-I King-Of-Vestfold
740-?
765 Hildi Eiriksdatter
740-?
Hogna Eysteinsson
700-?
730 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A42
Youngest: 740 Youngest: 740
Oldest: 738 end end Oldest: 738
A41
774bc: End of the reign of king Pygmalion of Tyre.
Halfdan-Ii Eysteinsson King-Of-Norway
767-800
787 Hilf Dagsdatter
772-?
Eystein Hognasson Earl-Of-Trondelag
738-?
763 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A41
Youngest: 772 Youngest: 772
Oldest: 785 Oldest: 785
A40
788: King Mauregatus of Asturias dies after a 5-year reign, and is succeeded by Bermudo I as ruler
of Asturias (modern Spain).
Oplaendinge Halfdansson Earl-Of-The-Uplands
788-?
809 JaneDoe Eysteinsdatter
785-?
A40
Youngest: 788 Youngest: 788
Oldest: 810 end end Oldest: 810
A39
820: Fedelmid mac Crimthainn assumes the kingship as ruler of Munster (modern Ireland).
Glumra Ivarsson
810-846
831 Ascrida Rognvaldsdatter
812-890
Hrolf Rolf
820-?
836 JaneDoe Nefja
820-?
A39
Youngest: 820 Youngest: 820
Oldest: 837 Oldest: 837
A38
837: Presian I, ruler (khan) of the Bulgarian Empire, sends his prime-minister Isbul against the
Smolyani (a Slavic tribe in Byzantine territory near the Struma River). The Bulgarian army campaigns
along the Aegean coasts, and conquers most of Thrace and Macedonia, including the fortress city
of Philippi (see Presian Inscription).
Rognvald-I Eysteinson
837-890
853 Rognhild Hrolfsson
837-?
A38
Youngest: 837 Youngest: 837
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589: In the Sui Dynasty in China, toilet paper makes its first showing and is continually used thereafter.
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The Rognvald/Hrolfsson Family


MapFileName: A52-38RognvaldiHrolfsson
Number of Couples: 23