Saco Reinalda

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Saco Reinalda as depicted in Chronique ofte Historische geschiedenisse van Vrieslant by Pierius Winsemius (fy; sv) published in 1622

Saco Reinalda (chosen from 1150 to 1167) was the seventh potestaat or elected governor of Friesland now a province of the Netherlands.

Saco Reinalda of Westernijtsjerk was twice Potestaat of Friesland, and had the right to save gold and silver coins (0. Sc, 27).

Sometimes his name was written as Rengnalda, his son was called Wilco Reinalda.

He was preceded by Gosse Ludigman and succeeded by Sicko Sjaerdema after his death in 1167.

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