Canute

  • (noun): King of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035).
    Synonyms: Cnut, Knut, Canute the Great

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List Of Empire Ships (Ca–Cl) - Suffix Beginning Ca To Cl - Empire Canute
... Empire Canute was a 7,908 GRT heavy lift ship which was built by Greenock Dockyard Co Ltd, Greenock ... Launched on 24 December 1945 as Empire Canute ...
St. Canute's Abbey, Odense - History
... Canute's Abbey was founded in connection with the pilgrimage site at the tomb of Saint Canute, otherwise King Canute IV of Denmark, in 1096 when his remains were translated into the new church, St ... Canute's Cathedral ... The land was perhaps originally that of the royal farm at Odense where Canute, his brother Prince Benedict and their followers stayed until they sought sanctuary in the nearby ...
Canute, Duke Of Estonia
... Canute or Knud Valdemarsen (c. 1205 – 1260) was a Danish bastard son of King Valdemar II of Denmark, who became Duke of Revelia, Blekinge and Lolland ... Canute was the son of the king by his concubine, Helena Guttormsdotter, widow of Danish nobleman Esbern Snare and daughter of the late Guttorm, Riksjarl of Sweden ... Canute supported the younger rebel brothers, Abel and Christopher, against King Eric IV of Denmark in 1246, and was imprisoned at Stegeborg Castle ...