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Ingegerd of Norway


Ingegerd of Norway

Ingegerd Haraldsdotter of Norway (Old Norse: Ingigerðr Haraldsdóttir, 1046–1120) was a medieval Scandinavian Queen, Princess of Norway and the Queen consort first of King Olaf I of Denmark (died 1095) and second of King Philip of Sweden (died 1118).


Ingegerd Haraldsdotter was the daughter of King Harald Hardrada of Norway and Elisiv of Kiev and thereby the great granddaughter of King Olof Skötkonung of Sweden. She was first married to Prince Olof of Denmark, in approximately 1067, in a marriage arranged as a part of the peace treaty between Denmark and Norway; to further strengthen the alliance, Olof's half-sister, Ingerid of Denmark, married King Olav Kyrre, who was the brother of Queen Ingegerd.[1] Ingegerd became queen of Denmark when Olof became king in 1086.

After his death in 1095, the Queen Dowager travelled to Sweden, where she married Prince Philip of Sweden in 1095 or 1096. He became king in 1105, making her queen a second time. There is no known issue from the second marriage. She was widowed in 1118. The years of her birth and death are not confirmed, but she is known to have survived her second spouse.

Family and children

First married to King Olof of Denmark, children:

  • Princess Ulvhild of Denmark.

Second married to King Philip of Sweden, no known issue.





Ingegerd Haraldsdotter
Born: 1046 Died: 1120
Danish royalty
Preceded by
Adela of Flanders
Queen consort of Denmark
Succeeded by
Boedil Thurgotsdatter
Swedish royalty
Preceded by
Queen consort of Sweden
Succeeded by

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