Haakon

Haakon and Håkon (English exonym: Hacon) and similar may be:

  • Haakon (given name)
  • Håkan
  • Hakan
  • Haakon County, South Dakota

Read more about Haakon:  Norwegian Royalty, Other People, Ships

Other articles related to "haakon":

Margrét Skúladóttir - Biography
... marriage was arranged as part of an attempt to reconcile her father with King Haakon Haakonsson ... her father from enforcing his claim to the throne, which he had given up after the election of Haakon in 1217 ... According to the Haakon Saga (Codex Frisianus), Margaret burst in to tears when she was informed about her fathers rebellion, and mourned his death ...
Caisteal Maol - History
... King Haakon IV is thought to have assembled his fleet of longships there before the Battle of Largs in 1263 (hence the name Kyleakin - Haakon's kyle) ... Haakon's defeat at Largs effectively ended Norse domination of the Scottish islands ... also refer to the castle itself as Dunakin (Dun-Haakon), which is again strongly suggestive of a Norse connection ...
Scottish–Norwegian War - The War (1262–1263)
... Haakon responded to this request by gathering a fleet, of over 120 leidang warships, and setting out, in July 1263 to defend the Western Isles ... Haakon stopped at the Isle of Arran where negotiations were started ... until the autumn storms, but Haakon realized his plan and attacked ahead of schedule ...
Haakon - Ships
... HNoMS King Haakon VII, a Royal Norwegian Navy escort ship in commission from 1942 to 1951 HNoMS Haakon VII (A537), a Royal Norwegian Navy training ship in commission from 1958 to 1974 ...
Haakon II Of Norway
... Haakon II Sigurdsson (1147 – 7 July 1162), also known as Haakon Herdebrei, was King of Norway from 1157 until 1162 during the Civil war era in Norway ...