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Massive moats were set up around the town under the rule of King Christian III (1536–1559).The town was already known for its glove-making in the Middle Ages but at the beginning of the 18th century the industry really prospered.This action led to further insurrection against the Germans.
In 1246, it was burned down by Abel of Denmark's troops during the civil uprising against Eric IV of Denmark.
On a street in the town center is the house where, according to legend, Danish nobleman and national hero Niels Ebbesen killed Count Richard (Gerhard) III of Holstein on 1 April 1340, during the Kingless Times, when the entire country was pledged to German counts.
During the second half of the 17th century, the town suffered not only from the Swedish wars but experienced the plague and extensive fires.
From the mid-17th century, the economy began to thrive once more, the harbour was extended bringing an increase in shipping.
Trade by sea was facilitated through the Gudenå River, entering Randers Fjord.