Ring of Sweden

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Ring is mentioned by Adam of Bremen who relates that he was king of Sweden when archbishop Unni arrived in Birka 935 or 936 where Unni died. Adam of Bremen recounts that he had the sons Erik Ringsson and Emund. His father is unknown, but it may have been Erik Anundsson.

Ring of Sweden
Preceded by
Erik Anundsson
Semi-legendary king of Sweden Succeeded by
Erik Ringsson

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