Ragnar Lodbrok or Lothbrok (Old Norse: Ragnarr Loðbrók, "Ragnar Hairy Breeches") was a legendary Norse ruler and hero from the Viking Age described in Old Norse poetry and several sagas. In this tradition, Ragnar was the scourge of France and England and the father of many renowned sons, including Ivar the Boneless, Björn Ironside, Halfdan Ragnarsson, Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye, and Ubbe Ragnarsson.
Many stories are telling us that Ragnar Lothbrok had three wives; Lagertha, Þóra or Thora and Kraka or Aslög. Ragnar’s wives gave him many sons; the most famous ones being Bjorn Ironside, Ubba (Ubbe/Hubba), Halfdan Ragnarsson and Ivar the Boneless (Inwaer). Some sons might be from out of wedlock or some might be a foster son.
Ragnar Lothbrok "DOB: 765 DOD: 845" (Norse) - The Norse spelling is Ragnarr Loðbrók. He is a legendary Norse ruler and hero from the "Viking" Age. Loðbrók was the scourge of France and England. Father of, Ivan the Boneless, Björn Ironside, Halfdan Ragnarrsson, Sigurd Snake in the Eye and Ubbe Ragnarrsson. Three times married, Shieldmaiden Legertha, Nobleman Póra and Warrior Queen Aslaug. Ancestors: He is said to be son of King Sigurd Hring and distant relative of Danish King Gudford.
Ragnar Lodbrok was a legendary Viking hero described in Old Norse sagas. In this tradition, Ragnar was the scourge of France and England and the father of many renowned sons. While they appear to be historical figures, it is uncertain if Ragnar existed. But the core tradition of a Viking named Ragnar in mid-ninth-century Europe who fathered many famous sons is remarkably persistent, some aspects of it are covered by relatively reliable sources, such as the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.