Major events in the peopling of the British Isles. a, The routes taken by the first settlers after the last ice age. b, Britain during the period of Roman rule. c, The regions of ancient British, Irish and Saxon control. d, The migrations of Norse and Danish Vikings. The main regions of Norse Viking (light brown) and Danish Viking (light blue) settlement are shown.

Major events in the peopling of the British Isles. a, The routes taken by the first settlers after the last ice age. b, Britain during the period of Roman rule. c, The regions of ancient British, Irish and Saxon control. d, The migrations of Norse and Danish Vikings. The main regions of Norse Viking (light brown) and Danish Viking (light blue) settlement are shown.

What Was the Difference Between Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish Vikings? – Author C.J. Adrien

What Was the Difference Between Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish Vikings? – Author C.J. Adrien

Famous Danish Vikings | THE ANGLO-SAXON HUSCARLS | The Deadliest Blogger: Military History ...

Famous Danish Vikings | THE ANGLO-SAXON HUSCARLS | The Deadliest Blogger: Military History ...

London’s Viking Lineage http://www.londonhistorygroup.com/londons-viking-lineage/

London’s Viking Lineage http://www.londonhistorygroup.com/londons-viking-lineage/

The fifth found Danish viking round fortress; "Borgring" near Køge, Denmark, has been dendrochronologically dated, through a piece of oak. It has been dated at between year 893 and 1017 AD, putting it within the timeframe of the four other, previously found, Danish viking round fortresses. (Link: Danish article (in Danish), from July 2017, and another Danish article in Danish: http://jyllands-posten.dk/kultur/historie/ECE9699335/et-stykke-egetrae-afsloerer-harald-blaatands-femte-vikingeborg)

The fifth found Danish viking round fortress; "Borgring" near Køge, Denmark, has been dendrochronologically dated, through a piece of oak. It has been dated at between year 893 and 1017 AD, putting it within the timeframe of the four other, previously found, Danish viking round fortresses. (Link: Danish article (in Danish), from July 2017, and another Danish article in Danish: http://jyllands-posten.dk/kultur/historie/ECE9699335/et-stykke-egetrae-afsloerer-harald-blaatands-femte-vikingeborg)

Viking Clothing Guides... Where  what has been found.  I still have problems with making the Viborg shirt a typical exemplar, even though so many Danish reenactors have one.  Looks like a one-off "this is what I did with my leftover fabric" sorta thing to me.

Viking Clothing Guides... Where what has been found. I still have problems with making the Viborg shirt a typical exemplar, even though so many Danish reenactors have one. Looks like a one-off "this is what I did with my leftover fabric" sorta thing to me.

King Rollo the Danish Viking grandfather of William the Conquerer who invaded and seized the crown of England in 1066. William claimed that he had been promised the English thrown on the death of it's then ruler William's cousin Edward the Confessor, his invasion was claimed to be aimed at claiming what was rightfully his...

King Rollo the Danish Viking grandfather of William the Conquerer who invaded and seized the crown of England in 1066. William claimed that he had been promised the English thrown on the death of it's then ruler William's cousin Edward the Confessor, his invasion was claimed to be aimed at claiming what was rightfully his...

Trelleborg - Danish Viking Fortress

Trelleborg - Danish Viking Fortress

1,000-Year-Old British Buckle Discovered In Danish Viking Grave

1,000-Year-Old British Buckle Discovered In Danish Viking Grave

Rorik danish viking of Dorestad - Wikipedia, ruled over most of friesland between 841 and 873. he ruled over the danish viking kingdom of dorestad, (which lasted from 850-885)his lands after his death in 882 were given to danish viking godfrid

Rorik danish viking of Dorestad - Wikipedia, ruled over most of friesland between 841 and 873. he ruled over the danish viking kingdom of dorestad, (which lasted from 850-885)his lands after his death in 882 were given to danish viking godfrid

New study reignites debate over Viking settlements in England | ScienceNordic

New study reignites debate over Viking settlements in England | ScienceNordic

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