Thorgerd Egilsdottir

Thorgerd Egilsdottir (Old Norse Þorgerðr Egilsdóttir) was an Icelandic woman of the tenth century. She was the daughter of Egill Skallagrímsson and the wife of Olaf the Peacock. Olaf and Thorgerd had a number of children: the sons Kjartan, Steinthór, Halldór, Helgi, and Höskuldur and the daughters Thurídur, Thorbjörg, Thorgerd and Bergthóra. The ill-fated Kjartan would be his father's favorite.

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Thorgerd Egilsdottir - Portrayal in Icelandic Sagas
... The character of Thorgred Egilsdottir appears in several Icelandic sagas ... Thorgerd was the eldest of five children ... In chapter 79 of Egil’s Saga, Thorgerd manipulates her father for his own good ...