Canute the Great

LAURENCE MARCELLUS LARSON (1868 – 1938), Ph.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. “A Norseman he always liked to call himself when thinking of his race – those sturdy Norwegian sailors and yeomen who by shear force of character have kept democracy a living thing in Norway from the middles ages” (biographer Theodore C. Pease).

Danish prince Cnut , also known as Canute and with the epithet the Great, was King of England from 1016, King of Denmark from 1018, and King of Norway from 1028 until his death the 12th of November, 1035. The three kingdoms united under Cnut’s rule are referred to together as the North Sea Empire. ” (Wiki)

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Book-author

LAURENCE MARCELLUS LARSON

Format

eBook PDF

ISBN

978-82-8471-024-2

Language

English

Pages

236

Year Published

1912, 2024

Publisher

G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, Sagaheim

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