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INDEX II.

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��Swen quidam, Normannorum trans- fuga, Angliam occupat, I, 17, 21 sqq. (ex confusione quadam, ut vi- detur, cum Swenone (2.) ortus),

1. Suen Langfot, Longfot, f. Lotknut, rex Daciæ, I, 163, 12 sq.; 170, 10.

2. Su(u)en(o), Swen Otto, Swen Tyuv- skeg (Tygheskeg, Tiuu(g)skeg, Tywg- skæg, Tiug(æ)skiægh, Furcata bar- ba etc), filius Haraldi Blatan, rex Daciæ et Norwegiæ et Angliæ, I, 18. 18; 19, 8—20, 4; 21, 16; 66, 8; 118, 8—121, 28; 157, 7; 159, 19; 163, 21. 25. 29; 170, 20 sqq.; 176, 68; 178, 6 sqq.; 187, 34 sq.; 234, 4; 355, 2; 356, 14—363, 1; II, 388, 3 (Sueinus), 389, 2 sqq.; 390—95; 398, 20 sqq.; 399,3.

3. Swen (o), f. Ulfonis et Estrith (filius Æstrith, Estritson, Æstrethsun, cog- nomine Regum pater, Senex, Mag- nus), rex Daniæ, I, 21, 9; 22, 14 —23, 20; 82, 6; 124, 5—126, 1; 157, 13; 160, 3; 164, 21—165, 14; 172, 13—20; 176, 72; 178, 23—33; 180, 2; 188, 5; 366, 21; 368, 19 sqq.; 369, 10—376, 27; 391, 19; II, 23, 1—12; 24, 6.

4. Sweno, f. Erici Emune, cognomine Grathe, rex Daniæ, I, 32, 20—33, 18; 130, 3; 136, 15—138, 7; 158, 6; 160, 13; 166, 6—17; 173, 11—22; 176, 80; 188, 15 sqq.; 403, 15; 404, 2; 409, 1—419, 26; 431, 23; II, 38, 5 sqq.; 39, 7 sqq.; 40, 5—20; 57, 26; 107, 9. 15 sqq.; 139, 30 sqq.; 142, 1; 145, 1 sqq.

Sven, Sweno, f. Kanuti Magni et Al- vi(v)æ, rex Norwegiæ, I, 21, 23; 22, 6; 122, 23 sq.; 164, 9—16 (Suein); 171, 18; 172, 1 sqq.; 366, 20; 368,3.

Su(u)eno, f. Suenonis Estrithson, I, 373, 23; 391, 20. 28 sqq.; 396, 17 (pater Hinrici Skatelar).

Sveno, f. Haraldi Kesiæ, I, 30, 24.

Sueno (1.), episc. Arusiensis, fundator monasterii Caræinsulæ, II, 160 — 192 passim; 214, 2 sqq.; 28 sqq.; 219, 15; 222, 19 sqq.; 263, 17 sqq.

��Sueno (2.), episc. Arhusiensis, I, 483, v. 13.

Sueno (Zweno) Noricus, episc. Ros- kildensis, I, 23, 4—16; 24, 15 sqq.; 374, 15—30; 376, 25 sq.; 378, 17— 379. 11; 380, 4 sqq.; 385, 16—24; II, 24. 12 not.; 83, 6 (Zweno).

Sueno, f. Suenonis Thruguti, episc. Vibergensis, I, 82, 19; II, 437, 12— 441, 14.

Sueno, f. Thruguti et Thorgunnæ, no- bilis Jutensis, I, 57; 82, 21.

Sueno, f. Aggi, historiographus, I, 57 sqq.; 118, 7.

Swein(o), f. Thorkilli, nobilis Danus peregrinationis Danorum particeps, II, 469, 18 sciq.; 478, 15—488.

Sueno Rust (Rusticus, miles), testis, II, 301, 21.

Sweno Stark, Friso, pugil. I, 442, 2.

Sueno, abbas Vitæscholæ, II, 208, 4 sq. (et fort. 269, 12 not.; 276, 24 sqq.).

Sueno, frater Olavi abbatis Caræinsu- læ, II, 199, 5.

Sueno Papæ, filius naturalis eiusdem Olavi, II, 199, 7 sqq.

Sweno, minister (3.) frm. minor., II, 321, 4.

Sweno Bystorpp, minist. (13.) frm. minor., 321, 32.

Sueno, sacerdos Magni Gøe Luthera- nus, II, 334, 14; 335, 7; 336, 6 sqq.

Swerki, Swerko I., rex Sweciæ, I, 30, 27 sqq.; 403, 5 sqq.; 410, 19 sqq.; 413, 11 sq.; 413, 27 (falso, ut II, 84, 2 sq.); 414, 10 sqq.; 416, 8 sqq.; = Swercho, II, 138, 1 sqq.

Suerkerus IL, rex Sweciæ, II, 58, 5.

Swerro, rex Norwegiæ, I, 431, 12 sqq.; = Swerus, II, 474, 11: 475, 7 sqq.; 477—480, 3.

Swertingus, princeps Saxoniæ, I, 290, 26 sqq.; =Swærthingus, I, 52, 23; eius filii. I, 291, 10 sqq.; 295, 25— 297, 19.

Suibdagerus, Suipdager, Swibdagh, rex Norwegiæ et Daciæ et Sweciæ, I,

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