Results for: Danelaw

In History of England

What is Danelaw?

The Danelaw was a kingdom in the Northeast of England ruled for about 70 years by Danish Vikings. It was recognized by the English in a treaty of 884, and ended in 954, when E (MORE)
In History of England

In what country was the medieval Danelaw located?

ENGLAND . For students of English history as well as those specifically interested in the Danelaw there are lots of interesting pieces on this website including some new pict (MORE)
In History of England

How big was the Danelaw?

Danelaw comprised of 15 shires. The shires include were Yorkshire,Five Boroughs of Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Stamford andLincoln, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfol (MORE)
In History of England

Did The Vikings brake the Danelaw by looting monasteries?

No. After spending time looting monasteries, the Vikings invaded Northern England with large armies, and finally took nearly the whole of England over. King Alfred the Great f (MORE)
In History of England

Alfred the great and the danelaw?

King Alfred the Great came to the throne at a time when England was nearly overrun with Viking armies. Over a period of several years, he managed to drive them back to the poi (MORE)
In History of England

What was the Danelaw in the Middle Ages?

The territory of today's England was divided for some decades during the 9th and 10th centuries into two kingdoms. The demarcation line was from London to Chester, with everyt (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What was danelaw and which Saxon king agreed to it?

The "danelaw" referred to the northern and eastern two-thirds of England (roughly everything north and east of a diagonal line running between the Thames and the Mersey) which (MORE)