England[ edit ] Anglo-Saxon-Viking coin weight, used for trading bullion and hacksilver : Material is lead and weighs around 36 g 1.
It is edged in a dotted triangle pattern. Origin is the Danelaw region and dates to — According to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, Viking raiders struck England in and raided Lindisfarne, the monastery that held Saint Cuthbert 's relics, killing the monks and capturing the valuables. The raid marked the beginning of the "Viking Age of Invasion".
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Great but sporadic violence continued on England's northern and eastern shores, with raids continuing on a small scale across coastal England. While the initial raiding groups were small, a great amount of planning is believed to have been involved.
The Vikings raided during the winter of —, rather than the usual summer, having waited on an island off Ireland.
Inthey overwintered for the first time in England, on the island of ThanetKent. Ina raiding party overwintered a second time, at the Isle of Sheppey in the Thames estuary.
Inthey reverted to Thanet for their winter encampment. They proceeded to cross England into Northumbria and captured York, establishing a Viking community in Jorvikwhere some settled as farmers and craftsmen. Most of the English kingdoms, being in turmoil, could not stand against the Vikings.
InNorthumbria became the northern kingdom of the coalescing Danelawafter its conquest by the Ragnarsson brothers, who installed an Englishman, Ecgberhtas a puppet king.
Aided by the Great Heathen Army which had already overrun much of England from its base in JorvikBagsecg's forces, and Halfdan's forces through an alliancethe combined Viking forces raided much of England untilwhen they planned an invasion of Wessex. On 8 JanuaryBagsecg was killed at the Battle of Ashdown along with his earls. As a result, many of the Vikings returned to northern England, where Jorvic had become the centre of the Viking kingdom, but Alfred of Wessex managed to keep them out of his country.
Alfred and his successors continued to drive back the Viking frontier and take York. Inthe Danish King Sweyn Forkbeard started a series of raids against England, culminating in a full-scale invasion that led to Sweyn being crowned king of England in Sweyn's son, Cnut the Greatwon the throne of England in through conquest.
The death atac asupra platformei de tranzacționare yula the battle of King Harald Hardrada of Norway ended any hope of reviving Cnut's North Sea Empireand it is because of this, rather than the Norman conquest, that is often taken as the end of the Viking Age.
Nineteen days later, a large army containing and led by senior Normans, themselves mostly male-line descendants of Norsemen, invaded England and defeated the weakened English army at the Battle of Hastings. The army invited others from atac asupra platformei de tranzacționare yula Norman gentry and ecclesiastical society to join them.
Insmall bands of Vikings began plundering monastic settlements along the coast of Gaelic Ireland.
The Annals of Ulster state that in the Vikings plundered Howth and "carried off a great number of women into captivity". The first were at Dublin and Linn Duachaill.
InViking leader Amlaíb Olaf became the first king of Dublin. He ruled along with his brothers Ímar possibly Ivar the Boneless and Auisle. The Vikings also briefly allied with various Irish kings against their rivals.
InÁed Findliath burnt all Viking longphorts in the north, and they never managed to establish permanent settlements in that region. They were important trading hubs, and Viking Dublin was the biggest slave port in western Europe.
Vikings intermarried with the Irish and adopted elements of Irish culture, becoming the Norse-Gaels. Sigtrygg Silkbeard was "a patron of the arts, a benefactor of the church, and an economic innovator" who established Ireland's first mintin Dublin. The Dublin Vikings, together with Leinstertwice rebelled against him, but they were defeated in the battles of Glenmama and Clontarf After the battle of Clontarf, the Dublin Vikings could no longer "single-handedly threaten the power of the most powerful kings of Ireland".
Main article: Scandinavian Scotland While few records are known, atac asupra platformei de tranzacționare yula Vikings are thought to have led their first raids in Scotland on the holy island of Iona inthe year following the raid on the other holy island of LindisfarneNorthumbria.
Ina large Norse fleet invaded via the River Tay and River Earnboth of which were highly navigable, and reached into the heart of the Pictish kingdom of Fortriu. They defeated Eogán mac Óengusaking of the Picts, his brother Bran, and the king of the Scots of Dál RiataÁed mac Boantaalong with many members of the Pictish aristocracy in battle.
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The sophisticated kingdom that had been built fell apart, as did the Pictish leadership, which had been stable for more than years since the time of Óengus mac Fergusa The accession of Cináed mac Ailpín as king of both Picts and Scots can be attributed to the aftermath of this event.
After four months, its water supply failed, and the fortress fell.
The Vikings are recorded to have transported a vast prey of British, Pictish, and English captives back to Ireland. These prisoners may have included the ruling family of Alt Clut including the king Arthgal ap Dyfnwalwho was slain the following year under uncertain circumstances.
The fall of Alt Clut marked a watershed in the history of the realm. Afterwards, the capital of the restructured kingdom was relocated about 12 miles 20 km up the River Clyde to the vicinity of Govan and Partick within present-day Glasgowand atac asupra platformei de tranzacționare yula known as the Kingdom of Strathclydewhich persisted as a major regional political player for another years.
The land that now comprises most of the Scottish Lowlands had previously been the northernmost part of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbriawhich fell apart with its Viking conquest; these lands were never regained by the Anglo-Saxons, or England.
The upheaval and pressure of Viking raiding, occupation, conquest and settlement resulted in alliances among the formerly enemy peoples that comprised what would become present-day Scotland. Over the subsequent years, this Viking upheaval and pressure led to the unification of the previously contending Gaelic, Pictish, British, and English kingdoms, first into the Kingdom of Albaand finally into the greater Kingdom of Scotland.
The last vestiges of Norse power in the Scottish seas and islands were completely relinquished after another years.
The Norse settlers were to some extent integrating with the local Gaelic population see Norse-Gaels in the Hebrides and Man. These areas were ruled over by local Jarlsoriginally captains of ships or hersirs. The Jarl of Orkney and Shetland, however, claimed supremacy. In his attempt to unite Norway, he found that many of those opposed to his rise to power had taken refuge in the Isles. From here, they were raiding not only foreign lands but were also attacking Norway itself. He organised a fleet and was able to subdue the rebels, and in doing so brought the independent Jarls under his control, many of the rebels having fled to Iceland.
He found himself ruling not only Norway, but also the Isles, Man, and parts of Scotland. A fleet was sent against them led by Ketil Flatnose to regain control. On scalping optiune binară success, Ketil was to rule the Sudreys as a vassal of King Harald. His grandson, Thorstein atac asupra platformei de tranzacționare yula Redand Sigurd the MightyJarl of Orkney, invaded Scotland and were able to exact tribute from nearly half the kingdom until their deaths in battle.
Ketil declared himself King of the Isles.
Ketil was eventually outlawed and, fearing the bounty on his head, fled to Iceland. The Norse-Gaelic Kings of the Isles continued to act semi independently, in forming a defensive pact with the Kings of Scotland and Strathclyde.
Magnus and King Edgar of Scotland agreed on a treaty. The islands would be controlled by Norway, but mainland territories would go to Scotland. The King of Norway nominally continued to be king of the Isles and Man.