King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, was born in 1425 and died in 1481. He succeeded Christopher of Bavaria (s. XV) in Denmark in 1449; He was crowned King of Norway the following year, and in 1458 acquired Sweden by expulsion of Carlos VIII Knutsson. This returned to occupy the throne of Sweden, and Cristian had to be content with Denmark and Norway. He undertook a pilgrimage to Jerusalem and his tenure in Rome, it was very well received by Sixtus IV, which dispensed him his travel through a charity. Back in their kingdoms, he founded the University of Copenhagen. At his death he left by successor his son Juan.