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Vikings Raiders from the Sea

From the 9th to the 11th century, Viking ships landed on almost every shore in the Western world. Viking ravages united the Spanish
kingdoms and stopped Charlemagne and the F...

From the 9th to the 11th century, Viking ships landed on almost every shore in the Western world. Viking ravages united the Spanish
kingdoms and stopped Charlemagne and the Franks' advance in Europe. Wherever Viking ships roamed, enormous suffering followed in their wake,
but the encounter between cultures changed both European and Nordic societies. Employing sail technology and using unpredictable strategies, the
Vikings could strike suddenly, attack with great force, then withdraw with stolen goods or captives. Viking society was highly militarised, honour was
everything and losing one's reputation was worse than death. Offending another man's honour could only be resolved through combat or blood
revenge. This short history of the Vikings discusses how they raided across Europe even reaching America, discussing their ships, weapons and
armour, and unique way of life.

Já notar vefkökur til að bæta notendaupplifun á vefsíðunni og greina umferð um hana. Einnig hefur Já uppfært persónuverndarstefnu sína. Nánar um stefnuna og vefkökur hér.
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