|Archbishop of Uppsala
Primate of Sweden
|Consecration||28 June 1421|
|Died||9 February 1432|
His first known occupations were at a school in Söderköping and as a canon in Linköping. In 1411 he enrolled at Vadstena monastery. In 1418 he was sent on an important assignment to Rome, from where he returned in 1420.
Haquini's history as a monk set the standards for his time as archbishop. He allowed the clerics to be freed from taxes, and he built a permanent house for the archbishop (demolished during Gustav Vasa's liberation war in 1522).
- Klosterfolket i Vadstena, Silfverstolpe, 1899.
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