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The sources record continual disputes within the Danish ruling family, with frequent assassinations and changes of rulers.
The family of the early Danish rulers can be reconstructed with reasonable certainty from the available sources, assuming that they accurately report the events and family relationships.
Regino records the marriage in 882 of "Gisla filia Hlotharii" and "rex Godofridus Nordmannorum", she was the daughter of Duke Godefrid & his wife Gisela [Carolingian], which is presumably a guess based on this description in the Vita Mathildis. Regino records the marriage in 882 of "Gisla filia Hlotharii" and "rex Godofridus Nordmannorum".
If this couple's daughter was the mother of Queen Mathilde, the latter's estimated birth date (see below) would need to be pushed forward by several years, which makes the chronology for her known descendants tight.
The early 9th century Danish kings led the Viking expeditions which raided north-west Germany.
This brought them into conflict with the Carolingian rulers who were extending their territorial control northwards, which accounts for the interest shown in their activities by contemporary Frankish sources.
Svends son King Knud I defeated and killed the English king Edmund Ironsides and established himself as king of England in 1016.The primary sources on which these two generations are based have not yet been identified, except as otherwise indicated below.The information in the later generations of the Europische Stammtafeln chart is not completely supported by the information obtained from the primary sources so far consulted.However, during the second half of the 9th century the picture becomes much less clear.As will be seen in Chapter 1 of this document, little is known about some of the late 9th century kings beyond their names.