Ann Naddodsdóttir Ann Naddodsdóttir (mid 9th century, Faroes? - early 10th century, Bressay, Shetland) was likely a daughter of Naddoddr, the Viking attributed with the discovery of Iceland.
Astrid Nialsdotter Astrid Njalsdotter or Ástríðr Njálsdóttir was, according to Hervarar saga, the Norwegian-born mother of the Swedish king Stenkil.
Astrid Njalsdotter Astrid Njalsdotter (or Nialsdotter) of Skjalgaätten (also Aestrith) (died 1060) was a Swedish queen, consort of king Emund the Old of Sweden and mother-in-law of king Stenkil ...
Astrid Olofsdotter Astrid Olofsdotter (Norwegian: Astrid Olavsdatter; English: Aestrith) (died 1035) was the Queen Consort of King Olav II of Norway.
Aud Haakonsdottir of Lade Aud Haakonsdottir of Lade, also called Öda Haakonsdottir of Lade (10th century), was a legendary Swedish Viking age queen consort, according to the sagas the last spouse of King Eric the Vi...
Aud the Deep-Minded Aud the Deep-Minded (Old Norse: Auðr djúpúðga Ketilsdóttir; Norwegian: Aud den djuptenkte, also known as Unn, Aud Ketilsdatter or Unnur Ketilsdottir) (834–900 AD) was an early settler in...
Blotstulka Blotstulka, or Blot-Tulca, is a name known in legend for an alleged Swedish medieval queen consort, spouse of a King "Blot-Sweyn" of Sweden who may have reigned in the 1080s.
Cacht ingen Ragnaill Cacht ingen Ragnaill was the queen of Donnchad mac Briain, from their marriage in 1032 to her death in 1054, when she is styled Queen of Ireland in the Irish annals of the Clonmacnoise gr...
Ealdgyth (floruit 1015-1016) Ealdgyth (floruit 1015–1016), modern English Edith, may have been the name of the wife of Sigeferth son of Earngrim, thegn of the Seven Burghs, and later of King Edmund Ironside.
Edith of Wessex Edith of Wessex (1025 – 18 December 1075) married King Edward the Confessor of England on 23 January 1045.
Edla Edla, traditionally called Edla, Duchess of Venden (Edla, hertiginna av Venden) (10th-11th centuries), was a Slavic Viking age woman.
Elisiv of Kiev Elisaveta Yaroslavna of Kiev (in Norwegian: Ellisif or Elisabeth), (1025 – ca. 1067), was a Rus' Princess of Kiev and a Norwegian queen, wife and queen consort of king Harald III of Norway.
Emma of Normandy Emma (born c. 985 – 6 March 1052 in Winchester, Hampshire) was born in Normandy to Richard the Fearless Duke of Normandy and his second wife, Gunnora.
Estrid Estrid (Old Norse: Æstriðr, Ástríðr) was a rich and powerful 11th-century Swedish woman whose long family saga has been recorded on five or six runestones in Uppland, Sweden.
Estrid of the Obotrites Estrid of the Obotrites was a Medieval and Viking age Swedish Queen consort and West Slavic Princess, married to Olof Skötkonung, the King of Sweden, ca.
Estrid Sigfastsdotter Estrid Sigfastsdotter, was an influential Swedish heiress in Broby bro in present Täby.
Estrid Svendsdatter Estrid Svendsdatter, was a Danish princess and titular Queen, and a Russian princess and, possibly, Duchess of Normandy by marriage.
Ethelreda, daughter of Gospatric Ethelreda (either the same as or conflated with Octreda or Uhtreda) was a daughter of Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria remembered in 13th century Cumberland as the mother of William fi...
Eyfura Eyfura was a princess in Norse mythology, who married Arngrim and had twelve sons.
Freydís Eiríksdóttir Freydís Eiríksdóttir was a daughter of Erik the Red (as in her patronym) who was associated with the Norse exploration of North America.
Gauthildr Algautsdóttir Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legend...
Gerlög and Inga Gerlög or Geirlaug and her daughter Inga were two powerful and rich women in 11th century Uppland, Sweden.
Gormflaith ingen Murchada Gormflaith ingen Murchada was born in Naas, County Kildare, Ireland, around 960. She was the daughter of Murchad mac Finn, King of Leinster, sister of his successor, Mael Mórdha mac Murchada, and w...
Gudrid Thorbjarnardóttir Gudrid Thorbjarnardóttir (Icelandic: Guðríður Þorbjarnardóttir) also known as Vidforla or “the Far-Traveler” was a Norse woman born around the year 980 in Laugarbrekka, Iceland.
Gunhild of Poland Gunhilda of Poland was a Polish princess and Danish Viking age queen consort, the supposed spouse of 10th-century King Sweyn I of Denmark (986–1014).
Gunhild of Wenden Gunhilda of Wenden was a semi-legendary Slavic or Polish princess and Danish Viking age queen consort, the supposed spouse of 10th-century King Sweyn I of Denmark (986–1014).
Gunnborga Gunnborga, also known as Gunnborga den goda, was a Viking age Swedish runemaster.
Guðríðr Þorbjarnardóttir Gurid Eiriksdottir (Icelandic: Guðríður Þorbjarnardóttir) also known as Vioforla or “the Far-Traveler” was a Norse woman born loosely around the year 980 in Laugarbrekka, Iceland.
Guðrún Ósvífrsdóttir Guðrún Ósvífrsdóttir is the main protagonist of the Medieval Icelandic Laxdœla saga, which recounts the history of the People of Laxárdalur.
Gyda Eiriksdatter Gyda Eiriksdottir of Hordaland, was a legendary Norwegian Viking age queen consort, according to the sagas the first queen of united Norway.
Gyda Eiriksdottir Gyda Eiriksdottir of Hordaland, (Floruit 872) was a legendary Norwegian Viking age queen consort, according to the sagas the first queen of united Norway.
Gyda of Sweden Gyda Anundsdotter of Sweden, also known as Guda and Gunhild (died c. 1048/49), was a medieval and Viking age Swedish princess and Danish queen consort, spouse of King Sweyn I...
Gyla Gyla or Gylla (11th century) is the possible name of a Swedish queen consort, possibly the spouse of King Eric the Pagan (reign 1066–67) and of King Håkan the Red (reign 1070–1079).
Gyrid of Sweden Gyrid Olafsdottir of Sweden, also called Gyrithe Olafsdottir, (10th century) was a Swedish princess and a Danish Viking Age queen consort, the spouse of King Harald Bluetooth.
Gytha Thorkelsdóttir Gytha Thorkelsdóttir (997 – c. 1069), also called Githa, was the daughter of Thorgil Sprakling (also called Thorkel).
Hallbera Ulfsdóttir Hallbera Ulfsdóttir was a Norse woman of the early ninth century CE. She was the daughter of Ulf the Brave.
Hildr Hrólfsdóttir According to Scandinavian medieval sources Hildr or Ragnhildr Hrólfsdóttir was Hrólfr nefja's daughter.
Holmfrid of Sweden Sveinn Hákonarson (died c. 1016) was an earl of the house of Hlaðir and co-ruler of Norway from 1000 to c. 1015.
Ingeborg Tryggvasdotter Ingeborg Tryggvasdotter was the daughter of Tryggve Olafsson, the granddaughter of Harald Fairhair, and the sister of Olaf I of Norway.
Ingegerd Olofsdotter of Sweden Ingegerd Olofsdotter of Sweden also known as Irene, Anna and St. Anna (1001 – 10 February 1050), was a Swedish princess and a Grand Princess of Kiev.
Ingerid of Denmark Ingerid Swendsdatter of Denmark also called Ingrid, (11th century – d. after 1093) was a Danish princess and a Norwegian Queen consort, spouse of King Olaf III of Norway.
Jórunn skáldmær Jórunn skáldmær ("poet-maiden") was a Norwegian skald active in the first half of the 10th century.
Lagertha Lagertha was, according to legend, a Danish Viking shieldmaiden from what is now Norway, and the onetime wife of the famous Viking Ragnar Lodbrok.
Lathgertha Lathgertha, was a semi-legendary female Danish Viking and shieldmaiden, one-time wife of the famous Viking Ragnar Lodbrok.
Margareta Hasbjörnsdatter Margareta Hasbjörnsdatter or Margareta Asbjørnsdatter (11th century) was Queen consort of Denmark as the spouse of King Harald III.
Maria Haraldsdatter Maria Haraldsdatter was a Norwegian princess, as the daughter of Harald Hardrada and Elisiv of Kiev.
Maria Haraldsdotter Maria Haraldsdotter (died 25 September 1066) was a Norwegian princess, as the daughter of Harald Hardrada and Elisiv of Kiev.
Melkorka Melkorka is the name given in Landnámabók and Laxdœla saga for the Irish mother of the Icelandic goði Ólafr Höskuldsson.
Máel Muire ingen Amlaíb Máel Muire (died 1021) was Queen of Ireland, being actually styled so in the Annals of Clonmacnoise.
Olga of Kiev Saint Olga (Ольга, hypothetically Old Norse: Helga born c. 890 died 11 July 969, Kiev) was a ruler of Kievan Rus' as regent (945–c.
Poppa of Bayeux Poppa of Bayeux was the mistress or wife (perhaps by more danico) of Norman conqueror Rollo.
Ragnhild Eriksdotter Ragnhild Eriksdotter (d. 984?) was the daughter of Eric Bloodaxe and his wife, Gunnhild.
Ringkvinna Ringkvinna (Ring Woman) or baugrygr, was the name of an unmarried Nordic woman who had inherited her the position of head of the family, usually from her father or brother, with all the task...
Thyra Thyra, also known as Thorvi or Thyre, was the wife of King Gorm the Old of Denmark, the first historically recognized King of Denmark, who reigned from to his death.
Tora Mosterstong Tora Mosterstong (Þóra Morsturstöng) — also known as Thora Mostaff — was one of Harald Fairhair's concubines and the mother of Håkon the Good; Harald Fairhair's youngest son and the th...
Tove of the Obotrites Tove of the Obotrites, also called Tova, Tofa or Thora, (10th century) was a Slavic princess and a Danish Viking Age queen consort, the spouse of King Harald Bluetooth.
Tryggevælde Runestone Tryggevælde Runestone, designated as DR 230 under Rundata, is a runestone housed in the National Museum of Denmark, in Copenhagen.
Tyra of Denmark Tyra of Denmark, also called Tyri Haraldsdatter and Thyra (10th century – 1000) was a Danish princess and a Norwegian Viking age Queen consort, spouse of King Olav I of Norway.
Veborg Veborg, was a Legendary Scandinavian Shieldmaiden, famous for having participated in the legendary Battle of Bråvalla, which occurred in Sweden in approximately 750.
Völva A vǫlva or völva (Old Norse and Icelandic respectively (the same word, except that the second letter evolved from ǫ to ö); plural vǫlvur (O.N.), völvur (Icel.), sometimes angli...
Yrsa Yrsa, Yrse, Yrs or Urse (6th century) was a tragic heroine of Scandinavian legend.
Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder Åsa Haraldsdottir of Agder (died ca. 834?) was a semi-legendary Norwegian Viking age Queen regnant of the petty kingdom Agder and mother of Halfdan the Black and grandmother of Harald Fairhair, ...
Åsta Gudbrandsdatter Åsta Gudbrandsdatter (c. 975/980 – c. 1020/1030) was the mother of two Norwegian kings, King Olaf II of Norway and King Harald III of Norway.
Ælfgifu of Northampton Ælfgifu of Northampton (990 – after 1040) was the first wife of King Cnut of England and Denmark, and mother of King Harold I of England (1035–40).
Þorbjörg Lítilvölva Þorbjörg Lítilvölva also known as Little Völva was a travelling völva mentioned in the Saga of Erik the Red.
Þurið Þorkilsdóttir Þurið Þorkilsdóttir (Faroese Turið Torkilsdóttir, Icelandic Þuríður, Danish Turid, sometimes anglicized as Thurid, born ca. 960 in Ulfdal in Dovrefjell, Norway, died ca. 1047 in ...
Þuríðr Sundafyllir According to Landnamabok, Þuríðr Sundafyllir was one of the Norse settlers of Iceland.