Names and Places

Names

A

Arvid I Geirson

Titles:

  • King of Western Eittland (1398)
  • High King of Western Eittland (1398)

Á

Áleifr I Ásmundson

Son of Ásmundr Úlfsonn.

Titles:

  • Second King of Eittland (935 - 936)
  • First King of Western Eittland (936)
  • First High King of Eittland (936)

Ásgeirr I Biœrgson

Titles:

  • King of Western Eittland (? - 1398)
  • High-King of Eittland (? - 1398)

Ása Sigríðsdóttr

First woman to be enter the House of the Land.

Titles:

  • Woman of the Land (1934 - 1963)

Ásmundr Úlfsonn

Titles:

  • First King of Eittland (915 - 935)

B

Bárður Márusson

First Icelandic citizen to be elected to the House of the People.

Titles:

  • Man of the People (1982 - 2002)

E

Eirikr IV Ásgeirsbróðr

Brother of Ásgeirr I Biœrgson

Titles:

  • Co-King of Eastern Eittland (? - 1398)

Eyvindr III Hallþórsbróðr

Known for founding the first raðuneyt in Eastern Eittland in 1283. Brother of Hallþórr V Gunhildson.

Titles:

  • Co-King of Eastern Eittland (? - ?)
  • Co-King of Western Eittland (? - ?)

Eríkr V

Titles:

  • King of Eastern Eittland (? - 1977)
  • Acting High Queen of Eittland (1987 - 1989)
  • King of Western Eittland (1977 - 1989)
  • High King of Eittland (1977 - 1989)

H

Hallþórr V Gunhildson

First king to create a raðuneyt in Eittland in 1278.

Titles:

  • King of Eastern Eittland (? - ?)
  • King of Western Eittland (? - ?)
  • High King of Eittland (? - ?)

Harald III

Brother of Eríkr V.

Titles:

  • Co-King of Eastern Eittland (? - 1987)
  • Acting King of Western Eittland (1987 - 1989)

Havardr I Arvidsbróðr

Brother of Arvid I Geirson

Titles:

  • Co-King of Eastern Eittland (1398)

K

Kari Nialsdóttr

First woman to be elected to the House of the People.

Titles:

  • Woman of the People (1905 - 1927 and 1935 - 1956)

N

Njall III Eríksdóttir

Current High Queen of Eittland. Daughter of Eríkr V.

Titles:

  • Queen of Eastern Eittland (1987 - 2003)
  • Queen of Western Eittland (2003 - present)
  • High Queen of Eittland (2003 - present)

Ó

Ólafr V

Known for the Last Royal Decree in 1826, see Constitutional Monarchy.

Titles:

  • King of Eastern Eittland (? - ?)
  • King of Western Eittland (? - ?)
  • High King for Eittland (? - ?)

P

Páll Jónsson

First Icelander to get elected as Town Master in Eittland.

Titles:

  • Town Master of EldHeim (1965 - 1980)

R

Ragnarr Sigurðsbróðr

Known for being the driving force ehind the creation of the Vétalsráðuneyt.

Titles:

  • Co-King of Western Eittland

S

Steingrímr I Áleifsbróðr

Son of Ásmundr Úlfsonn, brother of Áleifr I Ásmundson.

Titles:

  • First Co-King of Eastern Eittland (936)
  • First Co-King of Western Eittland

V

Valgeir Þórinnson

First Eittlander to be elected to the Icelandic parliament.

Titles:

  • Member of the Icelandic parliament (1983 - 1997)

Places

B

Britensfjallváll

litt. Britain’s fire plains

Place where British troops landed during the 1775 Anglo-Eittlandic war. Formerly known as Eldryksváll.

E

Eldøy

litt. Fire Island

Outdated name for Eittland and Iceland

Eldfjall

litt. Fire Mountain

General central region of Eittland where most active volcanoes are

Eldryksváll

litt fire dust plain

Old name of Britensfjallváll

F

Fjallheim

litt. mountain home.

Northwestern peninsula of Eittland

H

Hylfjaltr

Etymology uncertain.

Capital of Western Eittland.

K

Kóparváll

litt. young seals plains

Major commercial in the same bay as Đeberget, south east of the capital, in Western Eittland

T

Tvinnár

Unclear etymology, popular etymology of twin years

Major commercial east of Hylfjaltr in Eastern Eittland.

V

Vátrsteinn

litt wet stone

Port city in the Eastern Eittlandic exclave in Southwestern Eittland.

Vestrferðaróss

litt. wet fjord’s mouth

Eastern Eittlandic port town, east of the Britensfjallváll where British troops landed in 1775.

Vestrheim

litt. West Home

City in Eastern Eitttland, first settlement in the country. Its inhabinants are called Vestrheiming (pl. Vestreimingjar)

Ð

Ðeberget

Etymology uncertain.

Capital of Eastern Eittland.