Erik the Red
Erik the Red, whose real name is Erik Thorvaldsson, was a Norse explorer who is said to have founded the first Norse settlement in Greenland. According to medieval and Icelandic saga sources, the epith...
Leif Erikson was the son of Erik the Red, who is believed to have founded the first Norse settlement, which is presently known as Greenland. He was popularly known as Leif the Lucky. Most people believ...
Harald Hardrada is regarded as the last Norse king of the Viking age because his death at the Battle of the Stamford Bridge in 1066 CE brought the Biking age to a close. Harald's Viking journey began m...
Cnut the Great
Based on the methods they used to conquer territories, the success in their rebellions, how they caused an economic revolution in their empires, and how they ruled over their people, different Vikings ...
The true story of Rollo
Rollo was among the most popular Vikings because he was the first one to take up the throne and establish the law in Normandy, a province in northern France. He had profound authority in the region, an...