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The men of Kent promised to pay them off, but the Viking host went inland and attacked the eastern part of Kent anyway.By the end of the summer, more vikings were to arrive in England, this time led by royal princes determined to do more than hit and run.Ragnar Lothbrok or Lodbrok, (Leather Britches), was the most famous viking of his day. One was called Ubba, and the other was known as Ivar the Boneless.
Due to privacy concerns, the dollar amounts associated with each account are not included. Narrow your search with additional terms to improve the results.Quick links on this page Death of King Edmund 869 Partition- England/Danelaw 878 Saint moved to Bed'sworth 906 Mercia broken into Shires 920 Bury given to the monks 945 Abbo's Life of St Edmund 985 Battle of Maldon 991 Danes cause saint's move 1010 King Canute takes over 1016 Benedictines come to Bury 1020 Round stone church built 1032 W Suffolk given to Abbey 1044 Baldwin comes to Bury 1060 Foot of Page 1066 Modern historians refer to the 200 year period after 865 as The Late Anglo-Saxon time.This is because the year 865 heralded disaster for Anglo-Saxon England.It was the year of full scale invasion by the Great Army of the Danes.The year began with a Danish army having over-wintered at Thanet.