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��SCRIPTORES MINORES

��1, 343, 2; 346, 10 sqq.; 349, 1—6; fort. idem. qui I, 163, 4; 169, 9 Eric(k) nominatur, unus ex ducibus Normannorum. j

Ericus (Victoriosus), rex Sweciæ, (f. Erici Wætherhat?), I, 353, 11; 359,

2. 19; 360, 22.

s Ericus, rex Sweciæ, II, 138, 25; 141,

16. Ericus (II. vel x.) , filius Kanuti, ma- j

ritus Rikizæ, sororis Valdemari I.

regis Daciæ, II, 58, 5 sq.; 84, 12. Ericus, f. Magni Smek, rex Sveciæ, II,

117, 11 sqq. Ericus, f. Magni Ladelaas, frater Bir-

geri regis. I, 449, 8— 450, 11; 454,

8; II, 111, 11 not. Ericus (Præstehader), rex Norwegiæ,

I, 448, 11 sqq.; II, 71, 5—10. Eric(us), dux et princeps Nordwegæ,

socius Kanuti Magni, II, 402, 3 sqq.;

409, 17 sqq. (Ericus), princeps Gothorum, (postea

præfectus Falstriæ) , maritus Geciliæ,

filiæ s. Kanuti regis Daciæ, I, 383,

24 sq. Ericus, dux Saxoniæ, comes Valde- mari IV. regis Daciæ, II, 116, 20. Ericus, comes quidam Jutensis, Val- demari I, tempore, II, 169, 11. 20. Erlandus, electus archiep. Lund., I,

447, 4. 8; II, 111, 1 sqq. Erlingus (Skakki), a Valdemaro I. dux

Norwegiæ factus, I, 424, 23; 430,

8 sqq.; 431, 21. Erlingus (Steinvegg), f. Magni filii Er-

lingi, a Valdemaro II. rex Norwegiæ

factus, I, 441, 3. Esa, filia Olavi regis Wermorum, I,

314, 6 sqq. Esa, filia Ringonis regis Norwegiæ, I,

319, 27 sqq. Esa, mater Nicolai Rønning, funda-

trix conventus fr. min. Roskildiæ, II, 294, 18. Esbernus, socer Regneri Lothbrok, I, 343, 15 sqq.; 345, 6 sqq.

��Esbernus (Hesbernus) Snaræ, Geler, frater Absolonis archiepiscopi. I, 418, 26; 419, 14; 420, 21; 425, 12 sqq.; 427, 26 sqq.; 430, 13—27; 437, 10; II, 40, 18; 52, 14; 57, 16; 58, 11; 465—67.

Esbernus, f. Nicolai Mule, II, 64, 23.

E(sbernus?), abbas de Esrom, II, 224, 11; 226, 7; 227, 11; 228, 8; 230, 26.

Esbernus thesaurarius, dominus, te- stis, II, 261, 4.

Esgerus Jul, archiep. Lund., I, 452, 4; n, 114, 9 sqq.

E(sgerus), episc. Ripensis, II, 239, 27 sqq.; 259, 22.

Esgi (^ Esgerus, non Eskillus), f. Eb- bonis, villicus regis Nicolai in War- wath, L 84, 17 (85, 17).

Esgerus, minist. fr. min. (22.), 11,308, 26; 322, 14.

Eskillus quidam, rex Daciæ, I, 177, 10 sq. not.

Eskillus (Eschillus), episc. Roskild., postea archiep. Lund., I, 30, 5; 32, 5 sqq.; 33, 21; 406, 19 sqq.; 407, 16 sqq.; 409, 5 sqq.; 412, 28 sqq.; 422, 23—423, 13; 430, 6; 432,17—433,7; II, 35,4; 39,7; 47,25—52,8; 107,8 sqq.; 139, 24; 140, 9 sqq.; 141, 9 sqq.; 145, 22; 164, 5 sqq.; 165, 9 sqq.; 167, 9; 169, 28 sqq.; 170, 6 sqq.; 171,33; 173, 2; 430—37; 441, 15—442, 14.

Eskillus quidam, archiepiscopus falsi nominis. I, 407, 24 sqq.

Eskillus, episc. Vibergensis, I, 29, 15

sqq. (Eskillus Niger), episc. Sleswic, II,

73, 34; 74, 19. Eskillus, episc. Arusiensis, II, 145, 23; 160, 29 sqq.; 166, 20—167, 5; 167, 21 sqq.; 169, 19; 214, 2.29. Eschillus, f. Øpy Sapientis, secretarius

Kanuti Magni, I, 70, 12 sqq. Eschillus, f. Suenonis filii Thrugut, I,

82, 20; II, 437, 12—441. Eskillus pugil, a rege Snyone victus, I, 327, 4.

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