Archbishop of Lund, Primate of the Scandinavian Islands. Noted not only in the Church, but in State businesses and up to the war. At the conclusion of his studies, he was appointed Bishop of Roskilde and Advisor to King Valdemaro; shortly after he inherited the bishopric of Sund and the Pope allowed him to bring together the two. He had a large part in the formation of the code's Valdemaro, and also wrote the ecclesiastical code of Zealand. At his invitation, understood SAX grammarian his history of Denmark and it is believed that you prescribed also to the monks of Helsinge formation of the annals of the Kingdom. He died at the age of seventy-three, and his grave is located in the Church of Helsinge.