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Find A Grave - Hovgårdens kungshögar Adelsö (Court Estate Tumuli)
Beorn II (Björn) Swedish king. He was probably of a branch of the ancient Yngling Dynasty, a grandson of Beorn I, and at least ruled Swealand, that is to say the central Swea Region that subsequently developed into modern Sweden by about 980. He lived approximately 800 to 850 and had at least one successor namesake as king, though no Beorn actually used a numeral. This one was King by 828 when the Roman Emperor, Lewis the Pious, received emissaries from the far north who requested, on behalf of the Swea king...[Read More] (Bio by: J T Demitz) Hovgårdens kungshögar Adelsö (Court Estate Tumuli), Ekerö, Ekerö kommun, Stockholms län, Sweden Plot: Mellanhögen (Middle Tumulus)
Eric II the Idol Legendary Swedish king. He lived approximately 785-815 and reigned over Swealand, or the central Swea Region part of Sweden which developed into that country by about 980 A.D. He belonged to the Upsala Dynasty, a collective name used here for the ancient line of Swealand rulers. He has been counted as the second Eric to rule, Eric I then being a 5th century king who reigned jointly with a brother Alaric and died when they clobbered and killed each other with the heavy metal bits of their horses...[Read More] (Bio by: J T Demitz) Hovgårdens kungshögar Adelsö (Court Estate Tumuli), Ekerö, Ekerö kommun, Stockholms län, Sweden Plot: Största kungshögen (Largest Royal Tumulus)