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Was Alfred the Great Just a King that was Great at Propaganda?

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Travel Gawker: I Want to go to…. Rio de Janeiro

Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It's hard to argue against the thriving, electric beauty of Rio. We definitely can't wait to expand WorldVentures into South America and take the party to Brazil!

Rollo "The Dane" Ragnvaldsson, Duke of Normandy aka Hrolf the Ganger b. Maer, Norway d. Rouen, France

Rogerson Rollo "The Dane" Ragnvaldsson, Duke of Normandy aka Hrolf the Ganger b. Maer, Norway d.

John (24 December 1166 – 18/19 October 1216), also known as John Lackland (Norman French: Johan sanz Terre),[1] was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death in 1216. Following the battle of Bouvines, John lost the duchy of Normandy to King Philip II of France, which resulted in the collapse of most of the Angevin Empire.

A drawing of the effigy of King John in Worcester Cathedral - youngest of 5 sons…

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Delpech - Ermengarde of Hesbaye.jpg

Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, English Heritage, King Arthur

Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, English Heritage, King Arthur

Eu Vou Bem Feliz Eu Vou! - Blog - Casa dos Poetas e das Poesias

Eu Vou Bem Feliz Eu Vou!

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According to filmmaker Markus Dahlslett, this is the first Norwegian film where actors speak Old Norwegian throughout the entire film.

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London’s oldest statue, c.1372 :  This is King Alfred the Great (871-899) in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square in 1822 when it was build and laid out from Westminster Hall. It had been at Westminster since 1372.

London's oldest statue, c. 1372 // King Alfred the Great in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square from Westminster Hall in King Alfred united England, founded St Paul’s, rebuilt London’s walls and drove off the Vikings.

the sagas of ragnar lodbrok - he claimed to be descended from Odin, was linked to two famous shieldmaidens, Lathgertha in the Gesta Danorum, and Queen Aslaug according to the Völsungasaga.

the sagas of ragnar lodbrok - he claimed to be descended from Odin, was linked to two famous shieldmaidens, Lathgertha in the Gesta Danorum, and Queen Aslaug according to the Völsungasaga.

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