Vikings-RolloWell it’s here the season finale! Will Ragnar live to fight another season? Will the Vikings conquer Paris or take their payment and head home? Will Gisla marry Odo? And what is the fate of Rollo?

Find out on another great episode of Vikings!

On this episode of The Vikings Podcast we’ll review and recap episode 10, The Dead. Then we’ll look at the history presented in the show and see how it compares to actual history.

The Dead

With one last chance to take Paris, Ragnar and his Vikings troops take a daring chance. Ragnar asks Bjorn for a favor that could change the course of Viking history.

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In this episode’s history lesson we discuss:

  • The history of Rollo
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