His daughter Auo'r married one Hroerekr and became the mother of Haraldr Hilditonn.
The genealogy of Haraldr is given differently in Saxo, but there can be no doubt of his historical existence.
After a reign of great splendour Haraldr met his death in the great battle of Bravalla (Bravik in OstergOtland), where he was opposed by his nephew Ring, king of Sweden.
Probably Haraldr Hilditonn).
Another instance of such more generic use occurs in the following typical passage from the Landnamabok (Sturlabok), where it is recorded how Harald Fairhair harried the vikings of the Scottish isles - that famous harrying which led to most of the settlement of Iceland and the birth of Icelandic literature: " Haraldr en harfari herjaoi vestr am haf ...
The most prominent figures in this family are Haraldr Hildittinn Ivarr's grandson and his Introduc- nephew Sigurar Hringr.
The story of the battle tion of between these two at Bravik, in which Haraldr lost Christianity.