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Ingeborg (Ingebjørg) Eriksdatter, Norwegian queen, daughter of the Danish king Erik Plovpenning , from 1261 married to King Magnus Lagabøte . She was the mother of Eric Magnusson (Priest Hater) and Hakon Magnusson V.. After Magnus Lagabøte death in 1280, she played a prominent role in the national board.
Ingeborg Eriksdatter - or Ingebjørg, as she is often called in Norwegian historiography - was the first queen who was crowned in Norway. Also the first to be given the proceeds from (Borgarting Sysle, which roughly corresponded to today Østfold). After her husband's death in 1280 she performed actively on behalf of his two sons.
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On 17 Feb 2016 at 19:52 GMT Adam (Query) McQuery wrote:
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