With 37-Across, actor and “Spamalot” writer who cocreated “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” 50 years ago

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Eric.

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Eric I (c. 1060 – 10 July 1103), also known as Eric the Good (Danish: Erik Ejegod), was King of Denmark following his brother Olaf I Hunger in 1095. He was a son of Sweyn II. His mother’s identity is unknown. He married Boedil Thurgotsdatter.

Eric was born in the town of Slangerup in North Zealand. During the rule of his half-brother Canute IV he was an eager supporter of the king, but he was spared during the rebellion against Canute IV. Eric remained at the royal farm instead of accompanying Canute IV to St Albans priory in Odense where Canute IV was killed. Eric talked his way off the farm and fled to Zealand then fled to Scania which was part of Denmark at the time. Olaf I Hunger was elected King of Denmark, but his reign was short. At last Eric was elected as a king at the several landsting assemblies in 1095. Eric was well liked by the people and the famines that had plagued Denmark during Olaf Hunger’s reign ceased. For many it seemed a sign from God that Eric was the right king for Denmark.

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