(Olaf Tryggvesson; Trygvason; 9691000). King of Norw. 9951000; b. while parents were in exile; brought up at court of Vladimir I (ca. 9561015; Vladimir the Great; ruled Russ. 9801015; converted to Christianity ca. 989); converted to Christianity in Scilly Islands; led Viking expedition 994 and ravaged coasts of Fr., Eng., and Ireland; to Norw.; brought bps. and priests from Eng. and tried to Christianize Norway. See also Iceland; Norway, Early Christianity in.
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