The Vikings Podcast #103: Wrath of the Northmen

Athelstan Vikings HistoryRagnar successfully recruits a band of adventurous Vikings to sail west. Will they find any land or only a vast empty ocean? What will happen when Earl Haraldson finds out about his treachery?

On today’s episode of The Vikings Podcast we will review and recap episode 2: “Wrath of the Norsemen”. Then we’ll look at the history presented in the show and see how it compares to actual history.

Wrath of the Northmen

The stage is set for the first journey west by Ragnar Lothbrok as he gathers a crew willing to risk their lives to travel into the unknown. Earl Haraldson’s paranoia reaches new heights as it becomes apparent that trust is hard to come by in this dark era.


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In this episode’s history lesson we discuss:

  • Jormungandr
  • Viking raid on Lindisfarne Monastery
  • St. Cuthbert

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