The Vikings Podcast #108: A King’s Ransom

Ragnar Athelwulf Vikings Medieval ArchivesRagnar and company raid England and offer King Aella an end to the raids. Will the King accept his proposal? Siggy wishes to serve Lagertha and tragedy strikes the Lothbrock household! Find out this week on another episode of The Vikings Podcast.

We’ll review and recap episode 7: A King’s Ransom”. Then we’ll look at the history presented in the show and see how it compares to actual history.

A King’s Ransom

Three Viking ships sail toward the Royal Villa of King Aelle in eastern England. Ragnar wants ransom in exchange for peace, but the king has a very different plan in mind.

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In this episode’s history lesson we discuss:

  • Athelwulf
  • Prince Egbert
  • Queen Aelswith
  • The Baptism of Rollo
  • And much more!

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