VIKING ACCESS ROUTES IN EUROPE: c800-1000

Background

The Vikings sought adventure and wealth, and exploited their unique, clinker-built ship-hull design. The Danes and Norsemen were considered to be peerless warriors and they dominated Eastern Europe, much of Italy, Constantinople, Normandy, England, and later the islands of Iceland and Greenland.

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