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Óláf Sihtricson [Óláfr Sigtryggsson, Amlaíb Cúarán]locked

(c. 926–981)
  • Benjamin T. Hudson


Óláf Sihtricson [Óláfr Sigtryggsson, Amlaíb Cúarán] (c. 926–981), king of Dublin and of Northumbria, was the son of Sihtric Cáech (d. 927) and, although her name and origin is uncertain, one record claims that his mother was named Orgiue (perhaps Eadgifu) and that she was the daughter of the Anglo-Saxon king ...

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