Is anyone considered "urfader" (original father) in Sweden?

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I hear sayings that Charlemagne was the connecting node for all of Europe although probably just a nice notion.

Is there a person or family in Sweden who are considered to be the connecting node to the Swedes?

I diddle daddle in the noble families of Sweden, each line has their own urfader, but it makes me wonder if there is someone else who might be a connecting node for swedes, or at least close enough to work from somewhat more organized than jumping from one tree to another, expanding onto the Wikitree global tree.
in The Tree House by Antonia Reuvers G2G6 Mach 4 (42.1k points)
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I don't think there is one.
by Maria Lundholm G2G6 Pilot (153k points)
Apparently the family Natt och Dag is considered the oldest still living noble family maybe that’s something to work from..

My thoughts also briefly wandered to Gustaf Vasa smiley

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