Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder

Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder (died ca. 834?) was a semi-legendary Norwegian Viking Age queen regnant of the petty kingdom of Agder. According to sagas referencing the clan Yngling (Ynglingaätten), she was the mother of Halfdan the Black (Halvdan Svarte) and grandmother of King Harald Fairhair (Harald Hårfagre).

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How would Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder be described?

Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder would be described as Norwegian Queen regnant.

What is the gender of Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder?

Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder is female.

When died Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder?

Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder died 834.

What is Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder subject of?

Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder is subject of 9th-century Scandinavian people, Queens regnant, Viking Age women, 834 deaths, Viking Age monarchs, Year of birth unknown and 9th-century female rulers.