Gnvaldr

Some articles on gnvaldr:

Ragnvald Godredsson - Involvement in Ireland
... Although Rögnvaldr is completely ignored by the Irish annals, other historical sources indicate that he indeed had Irish connections ... he travelled to Caithness and lent military support to William, that Rögnvaldr led a large army drawn from Ireland ... Also linking Rögnvaldr to Ireland is Henry III's 1218 summons to Rögnvaldr, commanding him to explain the "excesses committed upon the people of our Lord the King, as well in England as in Ireland" ...
Magnus Olafsson - Background
... instead succeeded by his elder son, Rögnvaldr (d ... Rögnvaldr and Óláfr, who are thought to have had different mothers, subsequently warred over the dynasty's kingdom in the early 13th century, until Rögnvaldr was slain ... Rögnvaldr's son, Guðrøðr (d ...
Ragnall Mac Somairle - Norse-Gaelic Namesake - Scandinavian Sojourn
... an historical source records a man who could refer to either Ragnall or Rögnvaldr ... One version of these sagas state that Rögnvaldr (styled "King of Mann and the Isles") and Guðrøðr (styled "King on Mann") had not paid their taxes due to the Norwegian kings ... aforementioned kings of Böglunga sögur likely refer to Rögnvaldr and his son, Guðrøðr (d ...
Raonull
... Ragnall occurs in Old Irish, and Middle Irish/Middle Gaelic ... It is a Gaelicised form of the Old Norse Røgnvaldr, Rǫgnvaldr, Rögnvaldr ...
Ragnvald Godredsson - Under The Protection of The Pope
... In the autumn of 1219, while at the Temple Church, London, Rögnvaldr surrendered Mann to the papacy, swore to perform homage for the island, and to pay twelve marks sterling in perpetuity. 1227), Rögnvaldr's submission was accepted by the papal legate, Pandulf, Bishop of Norwich (d ... The reason behind Rögnvaldr's submission appears to have been the threat of a strengthening Norwegian kingship ...