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Óláf the White [Óláfr inn Hvíti]locked

(fl. 853–871)
  • Benjamin T. Hudson

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Óláf the White [Óláfr inn Hvíti] (fl. 853–871), viking leader, was active in Ireland and northern Britain during the ninth century. His career is given in the Old Norse Landnámabók, which claims that his father was named Ingiald, and that his wife was ...

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