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Martha Eriksdotter (Märta Bonde) was the alleged daughter of Erik X, King of Sweden, flourishing in the first half of the 13th century. However, knowledge about her is derived from a genealogy added to a 15th-century copy of the Erikskrönikan. This genealogy may have been part of the ambition of Charles VIII of Sweden (d. 1470) to prove his right to the throne by presenting a more impressive family background. The existence of Martha Eriksdotter and her marriage have therefore been doubted by some modern Swedish historians, who think she was just made up by Charles or his chancellery. Nevertheless, a few historians have maintained that her position cannot be entirely explained as a forgery.

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  • Η Μάρθα Έρικσντοττερ (σουηδ.:Märta Bonde, 13ος αιώνας) ήταν πριγκίπισσα της Σουηδίας από τον Οίκο του Έρικ, κόρη του Ερρίκου Ι΄ της Σουηδίας και της συζύγου του Ρίκισσα της Δανίας, καθώς και αδελφή του Ερρίκου ΙΑ΄ της Σουηδίας. (el)
  • Martha Eriksdotter (Märta Bonde) was the alleged daughter of Erik X, King of Sweden, flourishing in the first half of the 13th century. However, knowledge about her is derived from a genealogy added to a 15th-century copy of the Erikskrönikan. This genealogy may have been part of the ambition of Charles VIII of Sweden (d. 1470) to prove his right to the throne by presenting a more impressive family background. The existence of Martha Eriksdotter and her marriage have therefore been doubted by some modern Swedish historians, who think she was just made up by Charles or his chancellery. Nevertheless, a few historians have maintained that her position cannot be entirely explained as a forgery. (en)
  • Märta Bonde är en historisk person vars existens är omtvistad. Märta Bonde är nämnd av kung Karl Knutsson (Bonde) i Karlskrönikan som syster till kung Erik den läspe och halte och gift med Nils till Tofta. Detta skulle innebära att hon var dotter till kung Erik Knutsson. (sv)
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  • Abjorn Nilsson Sparre (en)
  • Sixten Nilsson Sparre (en)
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  • Martha Eriksdotter (en)
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  • Nils Sixtensson Sparre (en)
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  • Η Μάρθα Έρικσντοττερ (σουηδ.:Märta Bonde, 13ος αιώνας) ήταν πριγκίπισσα της Σουηδίας από τον Οίκο του Έρικ, κόρη του Ερρίκου Ι΄ της Σουηδίας και της συζύγου του Ρίκισσα της Δανίας, καθώς και αδελφή του Ερρίκου ΙΑ΄ της Σουηδίας. (el)
  • Martha Eriksdotter (Märta Bonde) was the alleged daughter of Erik X, King of Sweden, flourishing in the first half of the 13th century. However, knowledge about her is derived from a genealogy added to a 15th-century copy of the Erikskrönikan. This genealogy may have been part of the ambition of Charles VIII of Sweden (d. 1470) to prove his right to the throne by presenting a more impressive family background. The existence of Martha Eriksdotter and her marriage have therefore been doubted by some modern Swedish historians, who think she was just made up by Charles or his chancellery. Nevertheless, a few historians have maintained that her position cannot be entirely explained as a forgery. (en)
  • Märta Bonde är en historisk person vars existens är omtvistad. Märta Bonde är nämnd av kung Karl Knutsson (Bonde) i Karlskrönikan som syster till kung Erik den läspe och halte och gift med Nils till Tofta. Detta skulle innebära att hon var dotter till kung Erik Knutsson. (sv)
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  • Martha Eriksdotter (en)
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