10/26/2016 |

Viking Raids on Britain in the Early Eleventh Century

A saga of brutality and treachery Life was hard in Britain during the Middle Ages. Terrible weather, terrible neighbors, terrible times. The status quo was that of frequent chaos: Vikings raided yearly, and Englishmen died in winter and war. The latter succumbed to the persistent assaults, and the former took the north and east quarters … Continued

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