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CaptionThe Early Vasa era is a period that in Swedish history lasted between 1523–1611. It began with the reconquest of Stockholm by Gustav Vasa and his men from the Danes in 1523 and Sweden's consequent abandonment of the Kalmar Union and continued with the reign of Gustav's sons Eric XIV John III John's son Sigismund and finally Gustav's youngest son Charles IX. --- --- --- Gustav's reign was marked by internal political and religious reforms including the Protestant reformation and a unification of the provinces. At the death of Gustav of 1560 he was succeeded by his oldest son Eric. Eric was intelligent and skilled but was in a constant strain with his brother and other noblemen. He engaged in warfare against both Denmark Russia and Poland but suffered periods of insanity in 1567. In 1568 he was dethroned and succeeded by his brother John. --- --- --- John stabilized the international situation and made peace. He also wanted to partially restore Roman Catholicism but the idea did not come through in the end. _________________________________ Peder Jakobsson chancellor and bishop in Peder Black's chronicle derogatory named Peder Sunnanväder. Executed February 18 1527 at the behest of King Gustav Vasa . --- --- ---- He was appointed chancellor in 1506 under Svante Nilsson and was his and his successor's Sten Sture the Younger's chief advisor. He became vicar in 1510 in Stockholm and in 1515 appointed dean in Västerås. --- --- --- When Christian II defeated Sten Sture the Younger spring 1520 had his eight year old son Nils Sture transferred safely to Gdansk with Chancellor Peder Jakobsson as companions. Peder Jakobsson then tried to get help from the Polish king and the Prussian trading cities against Christian II. Peder Jakobsson who was one of the few old hamilton supporters from the inner circle that Kristian is not executed then joined the Gustav Vasa's uprising. http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peder_Jakobsson_Sunnanv%C3%A4der
HeadlinePeder Jakobsson chancellor and bishop in Peder Black's chronicle derogatory named Peder Sunnanväder. Executed February 18 1527 at the behest of King Gustav Vasa
Copyright Noticeen.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_Sweden 1523-1611
Creditnationalmuseum.se
Byline (Photographer)Gustaf Hellqvist
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