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" And afterwards in the summer of this year the Danish army divided, one force going into East Anglia and one into Northumbria; and those that were moneyless got themselves ships and went south across the sea to the Seine. "
The Cambridge History of Scandinavia - Page 114
edited by - 2003 - 892 pages
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Language Contact, Creolization, and Genetic Linguistics

Sarah Grey Thomason, Terrence Kaufman - 1992 - 428 pages
...capital with which to settle. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle describes, in 898, how Haesten's army broke up, 'the Danish army divided, one force going into East...ships and went south across the sea to the Seine.' The implication is clearly that those who settled in East Anglia and Northumbria had money; it was...
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The Oxford Illustrated History of the Vikings

Peter Sawyer - 2001 - 298 pages
...intended victims, in the face of determined and concerted resistance; so in the summer of 896 they divided, 'one force going into East Anglia and one...ships and went south across the sea to the Seine'. It was an outcome in striking contrast to the achievements of the Vikings who had ravaged, conquered,...
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