It says: “ The sons of Björn Ironside were Eric and Refil. King Eric ruled the Swedish Realm after his father, and lived but a short time.
Then Eric the son of Refil succeeded to the Kingdom. ERIK [III] Emundson (-[880/85]).
As the dating of the accession of King Harald "Hårfagre/Harfagri/Fairhair" is itself open to doubt, this is of little use in calculating the precise date of death of King Erik. Erik V is 32 degrees from Kevin Bacon, 32 degrees from Cindy Lesure, 33 degrees from Bonnie Thornton and 26 degrees from Queen Elizabeth II Windsor on our single family tree.
Snorre records the death of King Eirik Eymundson when King Harald had been "ten years king of all Norway".
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Precise chronology is also difficult to assess from the Sagas….
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