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King Æthelberht & Kent's Golden Age 560-616What did King Ethelbert of Kent do and why did it matter?

 In the aftermath of the Roman withdrawal from Britain in the early 5th century AD death came swiftly to the originally Celtic now romanized province at first it came from the wild trucks have been charted forest land to the north in the form of the pigs the later still it came in long ships and brought with it the worship of north Scots these originally mercenary warriors were Angles Saxons Dukes Frisians various other Germanic peoples from just across the channel they sought land and wealth and a new life in the formerly Roman province at first they mostly consisted of large groups of heavily armed warriors infamous pirates that came mostly from villages scattered along the coastlines of Denmark and northern Germany from where they had raided land on both sides of the channel for centuries the Romans had long paid them to fight in their armies as auxiliaries and now the Western Empire was crumbling and certainty filled the continent by the time the Romans pulled out of Britain in the

Olaf Tryggvason: King of Norway 995-1000How did Olaf Tryggvason bring Christianity to Norway? When did Olaf Tryggvason conquer Norway? Who was King Olaf in Vikings? When did Olaf Tryggvason die?

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 A battle was fought near Malden in Essex in the year 991 on the one side stood one of england's foremost military commanders brif North the alderman of Essex along with a large force of Anglo Saxon warriors intent on defending their homeland from any and all folks who might threaten the sovereignty of their new country  The king of the English at the time Ethelred was a ruler already possessing a reputation for reconciliation against his foes rather than fighting on the other side of the Blackwater River stood a Viking horde from across the sea intent on ravaging and pillaging the lush pastures of England like their predecessors had done before them the invaders came from Norway and Denmark and according to the anglo-saxon Chronicle their leader was a ruler known as Olaf often identified as the warlord Olaf Craig Vasa soon to be the king of Norway a warrior known to be active in Britain  During this time England had been ravaged for decades by renewed Viking raids by this point no

Why did the Viking collapse?What caused the collapse of the Vikings? Do Vikings still exist in 2020? How were the Vikings defeated? What four societal factors contributed to the collapse of the Norse?

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 The Vikings A people that have captivated the modern world and sparked great admiration of their kind. But who really were the Vikings, and how did their society collapse? The word “Viking” is defined by Merriam-Webster as “one of the pirate Norsemen plundering the coasts of Europe in the 8th to 10th centuries”.  In the mind of modern man, however, “Viking” seems to simply denote someone of historic Scandinavian ancestry. The problem with this contemporary description though is that many of the people within the old Scandinavian societies were not really Vikings. It was only those who went out on raids on a hunt for riches. -  The battle scenes in Rise of Kingdoms are realistic and hearty. Now you can choose the Viking Civilization too. Ragnar Lodbrok and Bjorn Ironside are leading the Viking warriors to rage. Download the game and choose the Viking Civilization. Lead them from the Loire River - to conquer the world! Support our channel and click on our LINK in the description to down

The History of the Ottoman Empire - 1299 - 1922 What is the Ottoman Empire known for? Why did the Ottoman Empire collapse? Which country ruled the Ottoman Empire? What are 5 facts about the Ottoman Empire?

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  The ottoman empire was one of the world's longest lasting and most dominant empires throughout history known also as the turkish empire the ottoman power was a state that controlled territories spanning across europe asia and africa for over 600 years in their first 100 years due to their impressive abilities to take advantage of their weaker neighbors and due to the massive mistakes made by kingdoms of the balkans and other christian powers including the byzantine empire the ottomans will rise from a small bailic to a regional power and they will use this position as a stepping stone to expand even more the conquering force began around the year 1299 when osman the first a muslim leader from the town of sogut anatolia styled himself as supreme leader or sultan following a string of raids led by osman and his ghazi troops against their byzantine opposition  The name of the empire ottoman is derived from the name of its first leader and founder osman whose name was actually uthman

How did the Muslims conquer Egypt?Arab History - about the Arab Caliphates[part 01]

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 Beginning in 639 the foggy fates of egypt shifted into the hands of the muslim rashidan caliphate  Who stripped the land from the powerful byzantine empire in their ever-growing mission of expansion the path of conquering began back during the life of the prophet muhammad himself and was now steaming forward through the middle east with no hesitation as of 639 egypt had only been in the hands of the byzantine empire for a short decade : Previously the territory had been seized and occupied by the persian sassanid empire back in 618 and was only just reconquered under byzantine emperor heraclius after their egyptian possession though the byzantines began to lose the levant during the same decade as the rashidun caliphate wasted no time on their conquests by december of 639 rationing commander amir ibn alas marched at the head of a 4 000 strong army towards the egyptian border with only one goal to conquer as the troops made their way closer and closer to their target caliph umar became

The History Of Lesbianis | Myths About Lesbians

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Female homosexuality in the early 20th century was culturally unacceptable. The way society perceived lesbianism throughout history has changed drastically. Watch Myths About Lesbians to see how 'being a lesbian' has developed in society. Throughout history we've been pretty invisible how come let's go back 120 years the decision in 1885 by the establishment not to criminalize female homosexuality that's had a real impact in how lesbianism has been seen because if you think about the history of male homosexuality a lot of that has been defined because the men's fight was about the law the women's fight wasn't about the law, It was about acceptance fast forward to the 1960s and shockingly things hadn't got any better for us what is lesbianism what causes it can it be cured the idea is that by more or less punishing these all these various aspects of homosexuality which are represented in the patient's mind you actually weaken the homosexual drive

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