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The following tree demonstrates Halfdan's known ancestors:

  • Halfdan Eysteinsson (Halfdan the Mild in Wikipedia)
    • Eystein Halfdansson (Eystein Halfdansson in Wikipedia)
      • Halfdan Olifsson Hvitbeinn (Halfdan Hvitbeinn in Wikipedia)
        • Olof Ingjaldsson Trätälja (Olof Trätälja in Wikipedia)
          • Ingjald Onundsson Braut (Ingjald in Wikipedia)
            • Onund Ingvarsson Braut
              • Ingvar Eysteinsson
                • Eystein Adilsson
                  • Adils Ottarsson
                    • Ottar Egilsson
                      • Egil Aunsson
                        • Aun Jorundsson (c509-?)
                          • Jorund Yngvasson (c487-?)
                            • Yngvi Alreksson
                              • Alrek Agnasson
                                • Agne (Agne in Wikipedia) #1
                                • Skjálf
                                  • Frosti #2
                              • Dagreid Dagsdotter
                                • Dag #3
                  • Yrsa Helgasdatter
                    • Helgi Halfdansson
                      • Halfdan Frodasson (c503-?)
                        • Frodi Fridleifsson (c479-?)
                          • Fridleif Frodasson (c456-?)
                            • Frodi Dansson (c433-?)
                              • Dan Olafsson (c412-?)
                                • Olaf Vermundson (c391-?)
                                  • Vermund Frodasson (c369-?)
                                    • Frodi Havarsson (c347-?)
                                      • Haver Fridleifsson (c325-?)
                                        • Fridleif Frodasson (c303-?)
                                          • Frodi Fridleifsson (c281-?)
                                            • Fridleif Skjoldsson (c259-?)
                                              • Skjöldr (Skjöldr in Wikipedia) #4
                                              • Gefion
                                • Danpi
                      • Sigris
          • Gauthild Algautsdotter
            • Algaut Gautreksson
              • Gautrek Gautsson
                • Gaut ?
        • Solveig Halfdansson
      • Asa Eysteinsdatter
        • Eystein ?
    • Hilda Eriksdatter
      • Eirik Agnarsson
        • Agnar Sigtrygsson
          • Sigtryg of Vendil

Royal LineagesEdit

  1. Agne was a legendary King of Sweden. It is dubious that Halfdan was actually a descendant of Agne, if such a king existed, as genealogical sources for the connection include saga, etc., which contain elements of both genealogy and mythology.
  2. Frosti was a legendary King of Finland. It is dubious that Halfdan was actually a descendant of Frosti, if such a king existed, as genealogical sources for the connection include saga, etc., which contain elements of both genealogy and mythology.
  3. Dag "the Powerful" was a legendary King of Sweden. It is dubious that Halfdan was actually a descendant of Dag, if such a king existed, as genealogical sources for the connection include saga, etc., which contain elements of both genealogy and mythology.
  4. Skjöldr was a legendary King of the Danes. In the Old English poem Beowulf, he appears as Skyld. There are multiple accounts of his ancestry. It is dubious that Halfdan was actually a descendant of Skjöldr, if such a king existed, as genealogical sources for the connection include sagas, etc., which contain elements of both genealogy and mythology.
  5. Theuderic III was a King of the Franks.
  6. Arnulf of Metz was a Bishop of Metz. His ancestry is the subject of heated historical debate.
  7. Begga was a Roman Catholic saint. For a list of her known ancestors, click here.

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