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Alex Høgh Andersen, from Denmark as Ivar. | Ivar Ragnarsson or Ivar the Boneless as he was referred to, was a Viking Warlord and a man of exceptional cruelty and ferocity. He was the son of Ragnar Lothbrok and Aslaug Sigurdsdottir.

Alex Høgh Andersen, from Denmark as Ivar. | Ivar Ragnarsson or Ivar the Boneless as he was referred to, was a Viking Warlord and a man of exceptional cruelty and ferocity. He was the son of Ragnar Lothbrok and Aslaug Sigurdsdottir.

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Scandinavian sources mention Ivar the Boneless as being borne on a shield by his warriors. Other sources from this period, however, mention chieftains being carried on the shields of enemies after victory, not because of any infirmity.

Scandinavian sources mention Ivar the Boneless as being borne on a shield by his warriors. Other sources from this period, however, mention chieftains being carried on the shields of enemies after victory, not because of any infirmity.

Ivar Ragnarsson (Old Norse: Īvarr; died possibly 873[1]) nicknamed the Boneless (inn beinlausi), was a Viking leader and by reputation also a berserker. He was a son of the powerful Ragnar Lodbrok.[2] He was a ruler of an area probably comprising parts of modern-day Denmark and Sweden.

Ivar Ragnarsson nicknamed the Boneless, was a Viking leader and by reputation also a berserker. He was a son of the powerful Ragnar Lodbrok. He was a ruler of an area probably comprising parts of modern-day Denmark and Sweden.

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