Eric II. (Norway)
He conflicted with the church and kept the surnames more prestehater (= priest enemy). That had however already developed, when he stood still under the guardianship of the Norwegian Aristokraten, which tried with all power, the influence of the church back urgeto cut crucial and their privileges.
1281 he married Margarete, the daughter king Alexanders III. by Scotland and its Mrs. Margarete von England. It died 1283 in the child bed. In the same year it had two rider Unglücke, with which it itself a durable brain damage and a going handicaptightened. He limped since then. In second marriage he married 1293 Isabel Bruce, the daughter of lord Robert V. Bruce and sister of king Robert the Bruce of Scotland.
Eric died 1299 without male inheriting. Its children were from 1. Before Inge-borrow (1283 - September 1290)and from 2. Before Inge-borrow (* 1297; † after 1353), which married to 29, November 1312 Waldemar Folkung, duke of Finland.
See also history of Norway.
|List of the Norwegian kings|| successor|
|NAME||Eric II. (Norway)|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||king of Norway 1280 - 1299|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1268|
|PLACE OF BIRTH|
|DYING DATE||15. July 1299|