When Bagler king Inge Philupsson died 1217, King Håkon Håkonsson IV, born 1204, became sole king in Norway until he died 1263, see info below.
A small summary.
At Largs an army units of 800 sodiers led by the experienced Lenderman Ogmund Krøkedans (Crouchdans) "Ogmund Dantz" where landed before the storm increased and met with a part of the force 500 Scottish knights on horsebak and 300 foot soldiers on a small hill.
Other Norwegian chiefs on Largs were Anders Plytt, Erling Alvsson and Erlend Raud, all survived.
Many were killed on both sides, among them were two from the kings Hird (Guard), Torgils Gloppa and Håkon from Stein, but most Scotsmen fell and they had to withdraw, but returned with 8000 men, and now the Norwegians had to withdraw to the beach.
The ancher of a Kogge (a big cargo ship) was cut of and ran towards the beach to create a form of protection against the scottish arrows during the withdraw.
Only a few boats overloaded with soldiers was launched from the beach, the rest of the ships including the big cargo ship were left there.
King Håkon´s bigship Kristsuden lost three anchors in the storm, and the whole fleet searced up to a safer haven before they continued to the Orkneys to spend the winter.
King Håkon send some ships back to Largs to collect his dead men and set the damaged Norwegian ships still lying on the beach on fire.
The Battle of Largs was more an engagement than a battle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Largs
King Håkon got ill and died in the Bishop´s Palace in Kirkwall Dec. 15. 1263 and young Magnus Håkonsson (Lagabøte- law maker) that was back in Norway was on Dec. 16. king of Norway.
King Håkon was buried in St. Magnus cathedral http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Magnus_Cathedral
but on March 5. the kings body was taken out of the grave and brought to Norway and Bergen on his ship Kristsuden, on board was his leading chiefs and guardsmen, and the king was buried in his fathers grave in Kristkirken http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ_Church,_Bergen
The civil war ended 1240.
Nov. 6. 1239 King Håkons son in law Duke Skule Baardsson (for a period they were co-kings and shared the same guard) tried to qonquer the crown when he was elected king on the law court on Øre in Trøndelag. Duke Skule failed and was killed outside Elgeseter Monastery in Trondheim by the kings men Mai 24. 1240.
Duke Skule was known as a handsome man. His last words were "Do not struck me (with the sword) in my head"
Duke Skule was buried inside Nidarosdomen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nidaros_Cathedral
The Arch Bishop, all of his "choirs-brothers", many priests, Citizens of Trondheim and many Birkebeiners were present in the funeral. One of the tombs is marked with a Ducal crown.
This tomb most likely contains Duke Skule Baardssons relicts.