Olaf I Tryggvason is born in the 960s. He is a child slave, commander in the Rus’ army in Kiev, raider and adventurer. He is also king of Norway from 995-1000 and known for converting his people to Christianity.
Description II Aethelred is an undated peace treaty from the tenth century between the Anglo-Saxons and the Viking army. Signatures include those of King Aethelred II, Archbishop Sigeric, and ealdormen […]
Last Updated 05 February 2018. Description Repton, also called Hreopedune in The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, is a village in Derbyshire, along the river Trent. Its history can be traced as far […]
Inscription on Croatian hilltop dates back to Viking Age and refers to Scandinavia.
Sea battle around 1000 CE between Olaf Tryggvason and Sweyn Forkbeard.
Battle between Anglo-Saxons and Vikings on British soil around 991 CE.
The Gesta Danorum is a manuscript written in Latin between 1185 and 1222 by Saxo Grammaticus.