193 - The Border Between the 'Two Englands'
\n In Great Britain as in the US, two cultural sub-nations identify themselves (and the other) as North and South. The US’s North and South are quite clearly delineated, by the states’ affiliations during the Civil War (which in the east coincides with the Mason-Dixon line). That line has become so...
A Brief History Of The Danish Vikings And Of The Danelaw
A brief article on the history of the Danish Vikings, from the early Viking raids in Britain to the establishment of the Danelaw in the late 9th century.
8th century England, the Heptarchy - 1954 map Copyright C.S. Hammond & Co.
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Maps of Anglo-Saxon England
By the 9th century, partly through the influence of King Alfred, the West-Saxon dialect became prevalent in literature which aided the dialect's dominance among scholars. Description from protogermanic.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Map of A map of Saxon England in the Middle Ages at the time of Alfred the Great (AD 900) showing the Anglo–Saxon kingdoms of Northumbria, Strathclyde, Mercia, North Wales, East Anglia, Essex, West Wales, Wessex, and Kent. Important cities of the time are shown with their Saxon names, and several battle sites.
Maps Illustrating the Viking Invasions of England - Medievalists.net
The accompanying maps, which were prepared for lecture-purposes, may perhaps be useful to others who want to illustrate a popular account of the Viking invasions of this country
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London's Viking Lineage - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News
London is generally associated with the Romans, Saxons and Normans, but a lesser known part of London’s history is intertwined with that of the Vikings. - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News