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The battle of Stamford Bridge; Sept. 25 1066. King Harold abandoned waiting for Duke William of Normandy to attack the southern coast of England, moving north to address one of the last Viking raids, led by Harald Hardrada. Hardrada's army was caught divided and having left their armor with their ships. A single Viking held the Anglo-Saxon army at the bridge, allowing Hardrada to organize his forces. The Viking warrior was felled by a Saxon, who stabbed him from under the bridge.

Mary Ann Bernal: History Trivia - Harold II (Harold Godwinson) of England defeats Harald Hardrada of Norway, at Stamford Bridge near York,

Probably just a coincidence, but still something neat to think about.

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the White Man's burden by Kipling

the White Man's burden by Kipling

One of many, many variations of the Medieval Knights Code Of Chivalry.  No one…

One of many, many variations of the Medieval Knights Code Of Chivalry. No one region, kingdom or country had a unified code, although they did share various aspects between them. The "Rule" of the Knights Templar had 76 parts. who says chivalry is dead?