A Brief History Of The Danish Vikings And Of The Danelaw

King Cnut the Great’s domains, c. 1028, in red. Vassals are denoted in orange, with other allied states in yellow.

The Viking Age in Denmark represented an eventful period of time that saw the rise of the Danish Vikings as an important military force in northwestern Europe. So it is that during the Early Middle Ages the Danish Vikings voyaged across the North Sea to Britain and established the Danelaw, a historical regional in eastern Britain where the laws of the Scandinavian settlers held sway over those of the Anglo-Saxons during the 9th century.

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