After a season of bad harvests, the woodcutting king [Olof Ingjaldsson] was sacrificed to Odin so that his people might have good crops. He was succeeded by his son Halfdan Whiteleg, who is said to have extended his rule over much of southern Norway. Halfdan died at a ripe old age, was dully placed in a burial mound, and his deeds were sung by the bards.
Father: Olof "Trätälja (Tree-feller)" , King of Vestfold b: ABT. 682 in Vermaland, Vestfold, Norway
Mother: Soleyar (Solveig) Halddansdottir b: ABT. 674 in Soleyum, Solisles, Sweden
Marriage 1 Asa Eysteinsdottir b: ABT. 705 in Uppland, _, Norway
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