Ragnar Lothbrok Timeline

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  • c. 790 CE - c. 1100 CE
    The Viking Age.
  • 845 CE
    Viking Siege of Paris, in which a Viking force led by one Reginherus (sometimes equated with the legendary Ragnar Lothbrok) sacks Paris but withdraws after being paid off by the Frankish King Charles the Bald.
  • 845 CE
  • 865 CE
    The Great Viking Army invades the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of England.
  • 867 CE
    King Ælla of Northumbria dies in battle with Viking forces at York (as recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle).

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790 CE - 1100 CE: The Viking Age.
 
845 CE: Viking Siege of Paris, in which a Viking force led by one Reginherus (sometimes equated with the legendary Ragnar Lothbrok) sacks Paris but withdraws after being paid off by the Frankish King Charles the Bald.
 
845 CE: Viking chief Ragnar Lothbrok raids Paris.
 
865 CE: The Great Viking Army invades the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of England.
 
 
867 CE: King Ælla of Northumbria dies in battle with Viking forces at York (as recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle).
 
 
 
 
 
 
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