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Sweden's Crazy Kings #1 - Erik XIV


This is the first episode about Sweden's crazy kings which gives a bit of insight into Swedish history in a fun way. I hope you'll enjoy it! In this episode we'll talk about Erik XIV who wasn't the XIV and who went to history as the king who died from pea soup. Did you enjoy this video? Please give me a thumbs up, I would appreciate it! 😍 ­- For more free material for learning Swedish, check out 🤍 Follow us Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Follow the Swede Twitter: 🤍

Something about Sweden's Mad King


Hey there This is the first in hopefully a series of animated videos that attempt to document the journey of finding information on Wikipedia about things I have almost no prior knowledge about. This episode in particular is about the Sture Murders in Uppsala Sweden in 1567 by King Eric XIV. 🤍 This is created in Adobe After Effects and Photoshop. This series will in the future cover a range of topics, including science, history and whatever else Wikipedia reveals to me. You may find a lot of this information to be incomplete and inaccurate - so did I! Wikipedia isn't itself a source, but a collection of sources summarized by anybody who happens to have the time. Part of the humor of this series will be me trying to figure out what exactly IS real, and I intend to refine that as I make more content. A good example of the unreliability of this medium is with the fate of Joran Persson. In the Sture Murders page, it's said that he dies in a siege of Stockholm. But on HIS page, he's sentenced to be broken on the wheel and beheaded by John III, who takes power from a Riksdag. I'm not a historian - I'm a college drop out - so I can't tell you what really happened. But I can make silly cartoons about what I think happened. I hope you'll stick around to watch them! If you know more, or if I got something offensively wrong, I'd love to hear about it. If you'd like to support the channel, leave me a comment, subscribe and ring the bell. If you want to send me money, give it to Wikipedia instead. If there's significant interest in the future I'll figure out how to take your money as well. The ending credits song is Barista by my friends Nasty Geographic. Give them a listen, they're extremely fun. #history #animation #medieval #1500 #sweden #comedy #wikipedia #entergaging #king #uppsala #zodiac #horoscope #madness #insane #europe #sagittarius #peasant #love #royalty #court #true #funny #aftereffects #photoshop #painting

Music fragment by Erik XIV (King of Sweden between 1560-68)


About Erik XIV: Erik XIV (1533–1577) was King of Sweden from 1560 until he was deposed in 1568. He has been regarded as intelligent and artistically skilled, as well as politically ambitious, early in his reign he showed signs of mental instability, a condition that eventually led to insanity. This short renaissance piece was composed during his imprisonment. About the CD: During the Vasa dynasty culture and music flourished at the Swedish court. Players from abroad came to the royal court, bringing with them music from the continent - from the latest exhilarating dances to the solemn motet that was heard at the funeral of Gustav Vasa. Mikael Bellini, Lennart Löwgren: Countertenor, Carl Unander-Scharin: tenor, lars Arvidson, Sven-Anders Benktsson: Bass, Sven Åberg: Six-Course Renaissance Lute. Hortus Musicus, Tallin, Conductor: Andres Mustonen. 🤍

Eric XIV Of Sweden


Eric XIV was King of Sweden from 1560 until he was deposed in 1569. Eric XIV was the eldest son of Gustav I and Catherine of Saxe-Lauenburg. He was also ruler of Estonia, after its conquest by Sweden in 1561, He pursued an aggressive foreign policy that led to the Seven Years’ War of the North against Denmark.

3D scanning the Parade Armour of King Erik XIV of Sweden.


The scan was performed using photogrammetry. The images were processed in Reality Capture. The resulting 3D model is available as a free download at Sketchfab: 🤍

This Swedish King Built a Warship That Redefined Naval Combat


In the 1560s, Eric XIV of Sweden was determined to change the way naval battles were fought. The result was Mars: a giant of a warship that would rely on artillery and firepower to devastate her rivals. From the Show: Monster Shipwreck 🤍

Saint of the Day: May 18th - King Saint Eric of Sweden


The Lives of the Saints by the Reverend Alban Butler, taken from the fourth edition published in 1954.

The Poisoning of King Erik XIV : A conspiracy results in the murder of the king of Sweden


We discuss the poisoning of King Erik XIV of Sweden and then we cook pea soup, his last meal. #murder #truecrime #sweden #poisoning #royals #renaissance #cooking #kingerikxiv #Swedish #kings #conspiracy #peasoup #oldrecipes #soup #history

The parade armor of the king Erik XIV...


The parade armor of the king Erik XIV of Sweden. Made by Eliseus Libaerts in 1563-1564, now on display at the Dresden Armoury Support #healthtipsmemesandmotivation #viral #trending #shorts

I Spent 3 Years Alone Building A Log Cabin


4 years ago I felt lost, even though society had clearly paved the path for me. I was 17 and living in Stockholm Sweden. After seeing the documentary "Alone in the wilderness" by Dick Proenneke, I became completely obsessed with the idea of just packing a rucksack of hand tools and wondering off into the vast forest of Sweden to create my own life, living off the land and build a log cabin. I found my meaning, but I was still in high school. My Grandparents owned forest so I started spending more and more time with them every weekend, wandering out, dreaming of my obsession and asking for advise. I had absolutely no prior knowledge of anything how I was going to do this, just the obsession to learn. When I turned 18 I told everyone of my plans. I received a gopro camera from my parents, so I could at least film some of my adventures. I hadn't even thought about filming anything but I did so and am I glad I did. It is a long story from here of hard work, pain, cold, making many many mistakes and figuring out how to solve problems all alone by trial and error. But I finally built the cabin all alone after 3 years. Along the way I also became passionate in filmmaking, so I invested in a better camera. The whole journey is filmed on a tripod by myself, which was lets just say a struggle (I am insane). Some people will doubt this and say I had a film crew and construction team, which I just take as a big complement. I know my journey and I hope to inspire others the same way Dick Proenneke inspired me. Log Cabin: (0:00) 3 Years Earlier: (0:29) Finding Log Cabin Site: (0:49) Chopping down the first trees: (1:18) Spring: (2:17) Splitting foundation log: (3:51) Stone foundation: (4:20) Building the log cabin: (5:10) Beaver: (6:45) How to lift the logs alone?: (7:14) Cooking "Kålbullar": (8:45) Starting to look like a log cabin: (9:25) Windows: (11:04) Door: (12:12) Log Cabin roof structure: (13:00) Winter incoming: (16:26) Roof: (18:00) Splitting stones under the log cabin?: (19:06) Old wood preservation technique: (21:41) My first dog: (23:53) Root cellar: (25:17) Enjoy the Swedish wilderness: (27:37) Water sealing the roof using birch bark: (28:47) Using old abandoned clay tiles as roofing material: (31:42) Growing own food: (34:49) Floor in the log cabin: (36:49) Secret hatch: (39:41) Ladder down the root cellar: (40:23) Shelves: (42:22) Filling the root cellar with the grown food: (46:12) Building a pulk for easier transport: (48:08) Handmade log cabin door: (49:08) Forging: (54:39) Going fishing with the pulk: (58:15) Wilderness food cooking: (1:02:03) Log fire pit for cooking: (1:06:03) Handmade windows: (1:09:05) Preparing food for family visit: (1:20:40) Family feast at the log cabin: (1:27:25)

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Erik XIV


Projections that were made for the play but then cancelled by director. Project for August Strinberg's "Erik XIV" Direction Stanislav Moiseev Stage design Andriy Aleksandrovych-Dochevsky Video projection Volodymyr Bevza Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theatre

Sweden 16 ore 1563 - Erik XIV (1560-1568)


Sweden 16 ore 1563 - Erik XIV (1560-1568)

Sweden 16 öre 1565 - Erik XIV (1560-1568) - Auction 49, lot 803


23.40 g. UNC/AU Mint luster. Rare condition. SM# 46.

Schwedens Verrückte Könige #1 - Erik XIV


In der ersten Folge von Schwedens verrückte Könige sprechen wir über Erik XIV, den König, der von Erbsensuppe getötet wurde. Euch gefällt das Video? Bitte einen Daumen hoch geben 😉 ­- Mehr kostenloses Material zum Schwedischlernen findet ihr unter 🤍 Folge Sprich mal Schwedisch: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Folge Joakim: Twitter: 🤍 Master of the Feast av Kevin MacLeod licensieras under licensen Creative Commons Attribution (🤍 Källa: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Renaissance av Audionautix licensieras under licensen Creative Commons Attribution (🤍 Artist: 🤍 Busybody av Audionautix licensieras under licensen Creative Commons Attribution (🤍 Artist: 🤍

I Fängelset (Erik Xiv, 1969)


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises I Fängelset (Erik Xiv, 1969) · Ralph Lundsten Horrorscope - Horror and Ballet Music ℗ 2009 Plugged Music AB Released on: 2009-10-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Nej, Erik XIV var inte den fjortonde kung Erik


Varför fejkar folk? Jo, ibland för att få sig själva att verka bättre. Vi fortsätter med vår serie Historiegranskaren ihop med Historiska museet.

Sweden: "Popular", Eric Saade - Eurovision Song Contest 2011 - BBC One


Subscribe and 🔔 to the BBC 👉 🤍 Watch the BBC first on iPlayer 👉 🤍 🤍 Just 20 years old, Eric Saade is a singer and former children's TV presenter, famous in his homeland for spending two years in the boyband 'What's Up!' #bbc All our TV channels and S4C are available to watch live through BBC iPlayer, although some programmes may not be available to stream online due to rights. If you would like to read more on what types of programmes are available to watch live, check the 'Are all programmes that are broadcast available on BBC iPlayer?' FAQ 👉 🤍

Sweden 16 öre 1566 - Erik XIV (1560-1568) - Auction 49, lot 804


23.63 g. XF/AU Mint luster. SM# 47.

Kröningen (Erik Xiv, 1969)


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Kröningen (Erik Xiv, 1969) · Ralph Lundsten Horrorscope - Horror and Ballet Music ℗ 2009 Plugged Music AB Released on: 2009-10-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Kalmar Slott (Sweden) Vacation Travel Video Guide


Travel video about destination Kalmar Slott in Sweden. In the south of Sweden, protected by the island of Öland, is located one of the best preserved Renaissance castles in Europe, Kalmar Slott that is located strategically on the banks of Kalmar Sund, one of the most important shipping lanes in the Baltic Sea. Kalmar Castle towers regally from its own island and is only accessible from the mainland via a bridge. At the time of Gustav Vasa, Castle Kalmar was rebuilt and extended with a portal built of limestone, decorated with pillars and Sweden’s Imperial crest. An eight metre deep well was dug with a superstructure designed by Dominicus Pahr with one of the most beautiful fountains of the northern Renaissance. On the ground floor there are three rooms which served as a women's prison in the nineteenth century and the benches upon which the women prisoners slept are still present. On the walls there are paintings of coloured sandstone and quotations from the bible, on the north side, in Swedish and on the south side, in Latin. Although Kalmar Slott withstood twenty four sieges it still retains all the splendour of former times. Watch more travel videos ► 🤍 Join us. Subscribe now! ► 🤍 Arcadia Television Live TV: 🤍 Be our fan on Facebook ► 🤍 Follow us on Twitter ► 🤍 Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!

Erik Xiv - Coronation


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Erik Xiv - Coronation · Ralph Lundsten Suite Andromatique ℗ 2003 Plugged Music AB Released on: 2009-09-10 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Auc 51. Lot 1019. Sweden 16 öre 1562 - Erik XIV (1560-1568)


23.49 g. XF+/XF+ SM# 43a. SMB# 58 R. Rare! The crosses under value. With dot in the shield.

Säckmordet (Erik Xiv, 1969)


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Säckmordet (Erik Xiv, 1969) · Ralph Lundsten Horrorscope - Horror and Ballet Music ℗ 2009 Plugged Music AB Released on: 2009-10-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Erik XIV by August Strinberg


Gustavus Adolphus - Sweden's Greatest King Documentary


For early access to our videos, discounted merch and many other exclusive perks please support us via Patreon: 🤍 Buy me a Coffee: 🤍 or Join as a YouTube member: 🤍 The script for this video has been checked with Plagiarism software and scored 2% on Grammarly. In academia, a score of below 15% is considered good or acceptable. All footage, images and music used in People Profiles Documentaries are sourced from free media websites or are purchased with commercial rights from online media archives. Music Attributions: Bach Emaj Harpsichord Concerto - 3. Allegro. The Advent Chamber Orchestra with Matthew Ganong on harpsichord [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Telemann - Concert Suite in D major 1. Overture. The Advent Chamber Orchestra with Stephen Balderston on cello [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Dvorak - Serenade for Strings Op. 22 – Larghetto. The Advent Chamber Orchestra. Antonín Dvořák [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 - 1. Allegro Johann Sebastian Bach.The Advent Chamber Orchestra. [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Vivaldi - Motet for Soprano and Orchestra - 1. Larghetto. The Advent Chamber Orchestra. Soprano Soloist, Cristina Piccardi. [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto for Two Violins in D minor - 2. Largo ma non tanto. The Advent Chamber Orchestra with David Parry and Roxana Pavel Goldstein (violins) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto for Two Violins in D minor - 3. Allegro. The Advent Chamber Orchestra with David Parry and Roxana Pavel Goldstein (violins) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 Vivaldi - Cello Concerto Gmaj - 2. Largo. The Advent Chamber Orchestra with Stephen Balderston (cello) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 #Biography #History #Documentary

Bockdansen (Erik Xiv, 1969)


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Bockdansen (Erik Xiv, 1969) · Ralph Lundsten Horrorscope - Horror and Ballet Music ℗ 2009 Plugged Music AB Released on: 2009-10-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Karin Mansdotters vaggvisa for Erik XIV (Lullaby of Karin Mansdotter for Erik XIV)


Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Karin Mansdotters vaggvisa for Erik XIV (Lullaby of Karin Mansdotter for Erik XIV) · Eeva-Liisa Saarinen Cluster Ensemble ℗ 2013 Ondine Released on: 2013-11-01 Artist: Eeva-Liisa Saarinen Ensemble: Cluster Ensemble Composer: Atli Heimir Sveinsson Auto-generated by YouTube.

3 Rulers that Went Insane


In todays video we'll be looking at three mentally ill royals. This video covers the mental illnesses of Charles VI of France, Eric XIV of Sweden and lastly Maria I of Portugal and Brazil. All of them suffered from mental illnesses throughout their lives. At Back To History I share my passion for historical figures and topics. If you like this video, please consider subscribing to my channel for more videos! See you next time at Back To History!

How am I able to be OFF GRID and do YouTube?


I have always wanted to do a "behind the scenes" video, on how I alone make these videos possible. Even though my ambition is to be able to live totally without electricity, it is also to share it and inspire through YouTube (which has been amazing). Therefore I am into solar panels and batteries. I was able to test out EcoFlow's latest cutting edge battery, the DELTA Pro. Which I saw as a perfect opportunity to integrate into this video. This battery can run almost anything at your home. Now I recommend watching the other reviews on YouTube, as mine wasn't even near it's full potential. I just love being able to charge my YouTube gear outdoors fully from the sun, totally off grid. This is my first sponsored video. I like when it contributes to the video, to me and to you. I will only do sponsorships that fits into the video and that I think interests you hopefully as much as it does to me. ✔️EcoFlow: 🤍?aff=150 This video contains a bit of a preview on my projects and what's to come in the series. You can see me edit the upcoming episode in this video. You will soon see how I have done the roof on the log cabin and later what that hole in the ground is used for. The biggest question in this video: Who is the new dog and is Alice fine? Alice is part of our family and has been with me from time to time, but now she has puppies. I wanted my own 100% of the time dog. To be able to hunt with and go on all of my adventures. So here is "Barr" meaning Spruce Needle in Swedish. He is a German Shorthaired pointer "Vorsteh", bird dog. DELTA Pro: $1999-$3599 DELTA Pro & 400W Solar Panel: $3838-$4798 #EcoFlowDELTAPro #PowerStation

Lullaby for Erik XIV


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Lullaby for Erik XIV · Torsten Mossberg · Anders Karlqvist · Adolf Fredrik Lindblad "You Held Me Dear" Swedish Romantic Songs ℗ 2013 Sterling Records Released on: 2014-05-26 Auto-generated by YouTube.

✔ The King Who Became A Pirate


Eric of Pomerania, aka King Eric of Sweden, King Eric VII of Denmark and King Eric III of Norway. Was one of the most notable Scandinavian monarchs of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. And For the last 10 years of his life, he was a pirate. He would plunder the merchant trade ships in the Baltic Sea. He succeeded his adoptive mother Margaret I of Denmark. And was the first king of the Nordic Kalmar Union, which united Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and portions of Finland under one King. Later, he was declared Eric XIII of Sweden. The number figured by counting backwards from Eric The XIV of Sweden. Whose number in turn was a part of the legendary history of the country. Eric was born in 1382 as Boguslaw, in Rügenwalde called Darlowo today located in Poland. Eric, the future king, was the only living grandson of King Valdemar The IV of Denmark. And he was also a descendant of Haakon The V of Norway and don't forget Magnus The III of Sweden. Olaf, The II Haakonsson, was the king of Denmark. Since his father’s death in 1376. Olaf became king when he was only five years old. That is until 1387 when he died suddenly and unexpectedly at 17, with no descendants to take the throne. Haakon’s mother, the Queen of Norway, appointed Eric as “the true heir of Sweden” and he was then able to succeed to the throne. The councils of the Scandinavian countries. The Rigsråd selected Queen Margaret as “all powerful lady and mistress and the Kingdom of Denmark’s Regent.” Just a short year later she was declared the “reigning queen” by the Norwegians. Boguslaw went Denmark in 1389, and his name was changed to Eric in an attempt to sound more Nordic. In September of that year, the seven-year-old, Eric was recognized as the King of Norway. Meanwhile, over in Sweden, the nobles forced the king, Magnus IV, to renounce his throne. Afterwards, the nobles led by the greatest landowner in Sweden. Bo Jonsson encouraged Duke Albert of Mecklenburg to take the Swedish throne. Unfortunately for them, soon after he took over, Albert tried to reduce the size of the large estates. From the very people who gave him the throne. Obviously, they quickly turned against him. Norway attempted to invade Sweden, but Albert victoriously fought off the invasion. This didn’t gain him any sympathy from the Swedish nobles, though. Probably because he tried to steal their land. 1388 they secretly wrote to Margaret asking for help to get rid of King Albert in return for making her regent. Not wasting any time. Margaret sent an army to Sweden to attack King Albert while the nobles of the kingdom gathered their own army against him. The Armies of King Albert were beaten in 1389. However, it took Margaret an additional 6 years until 1395 to force Albert’s supporters out of Stockholm. In case of her death, Margaret made preparations for the three kingdoms. She wanted the kingdoms to be unified and peaceful to each other and wanted her grandson Eric as the heir. Modern sources describe Eric as an industrious, visionary, and intelligent person with a strong character. He was charming and well-spoken. Although he had a hot temper. And lacked in a diplomatic sense. Most of his reign was affected by the conflicts he had with the Counts of Schauenburg and Holstein. Margaret was successfully prevailing over South Jutland. Though when Eric tried to subdue it. He chose to do it by war. Instead of diplomacy which was a failure from the very beginning. Even though he showed himself as energetic and steady. He also showed the lack of his negotiating ability. The war that Eric started slowed the Danish economy and also prevented the unification of the north. In 1429 King Eric introduced his most notable act during his reign the introduction of Sound Dues. Sound Dues were a toll for the use of the Øresund, a strait between the Danish and Swedish border. This toll gave a large stable income for his kingdom and considerably increased the economy. The Baltic powers, however, were not happy with the toll. And heated the relationships with the Hanseatic cities. Which didn't really matter as they were already at war. .............TRUNCATED BECAUSE OF LIMITED SPACE............... To my current subscribers thank you for being a part of this community please remember to help ME grow by liking and sharing. If this is your first time here I would love to have you subscribe to Mildly Entertaining. The channel that finds entertaining subjects you may not have heard of and shares it with you. Previously On Mildly Entertaining The Japanese Gas Mask Island. And island where carrying a gas mask is required by law. Click here to see the video.

Erik Xiv - The Sack Murder


Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Erik Xiv - The Sack Murder · Ralph Lundsten Suite Andromatique ℗ 2003 Plugged Music AB Released on: 2009-09-10 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Episode 22 - Erik Segersäll - The First Swedish King?


We have finally reached the real beginning of the Swedish monarchy! Or have we? Erik Segersäll sometimes gets the credit for being Sweden's first King, after establishing a new town and even taking over most of Denmark. We'll see how much his royal claim stacks up as we reach the final century of the Viking Age. Listen for a story full of blood, battles and bovine secret weapons!

M. Heiniö: Erik XIV, Turku European Cultural Capital 2011


Libretto Juha Siltanen, cond. Leif Segerstam, dir. Erik Söderblom, video-direction Janne Suutarinen Performers: Erik XIV — Charlotte Hellekant Karin Månsdotter — Helena Juntunen The Demon "His Majesty" / Nils Sture — Jesper Taube Duke John, latrer John III — Hannu Jurmu Göran Persson, Eric´s Secretary — Lennart Forsén Herkules, jester — Petri Bäckström Bovik Tattari, servant— Juha Kotilainen Märta Sture, countess — Laura Nykänen Svante Sture, count — Esa Ruuttunen Elin, Karin´s servant — Riikka Sirén Turun konservatorion kuoro, Turun oopperakuoro The choir of the Turku Conservatory, the Turku opera choir. Turun Ohilharmonic Orchestra

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