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.
Last Updated 31 January 2017 Charles III of France is a descendant of Charlemagne. His father is Louis II ‘the Stammerer’ and his mother Adelaide of Paris. He is also […]
Last Updated 29 January 2018. The famous Northerner Rollo has a wide range of aliases in Norse, French and English: Hrólfr, Hrolf Ganger (Hrolf the Walker), Robert I, Rou, Radulf, […]
In the green fields of southern England walked Alfred, king of Wessex. He was also known as Alfred, the first king of this name in Wessex. He was a member […]