Rognvald


Rognvald

Ragnvald or Rognvald is an Old Norse language name, in Old English Rægnald and in Middle Irish Ragnall. It may refer to:

* Ragnvald the Mountain-High, legendary king of Vestfold.
* Rognvald Eysteinsson, Jarl of Møre (fl. late 9th century).
* Ragnall ua Ímair (died 921), King of Dublin and York.
* Ragnall mac Gofraid (died "c". 944), co-King of York.
* Rogvolod, Prince of Polotsk (mid tenth century).
* Ragnvald Ingvarsson, tenth century officer of the Varangian Guard.
* Ragnvald Ulfsson the Old, jarl of Vastergotland and possibly father of King Stenkil of Sweden.
* Rognvald Brusason, Jarl of Orkney (died around 1046).
* Ragnvald Ingesson, (late 11th c.) only known son and heir of king Inge I of Sweden.
* Rögnvald Kali Kolsson, 12th century Norwegian saint and jarl of part of Orkney.
* Ragnald III of the Isle of Man, ruled 1164.
* Ragnald IV of the Isle of Man (died 1229)
* Ragnald V of the Isle of Man, ruled 1248–1250


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