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Einarr [Torf-Einar, Einarr Rögnvaldarson], earl of Orkneylocked

(fl. early 890s–930s)
  • Barbara E. Crawford

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Einarr [Torf-Einar, Einarr Rögnvaldarson], earl of Orkney (fl. early 890s–930s), magnate, was the youngest son of Earl Rögnvald of Möre (d. c.894) and a concubine, who was said (by Rögnvald) to have been slave-born on both her father's and her mother's side. ...

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