Unformatted text preview: weapons, and money (107) b. Battle supporting Athelstan i. “but for all the heavy odds again Egil it was Adils who had the worst casualities” (124) ii. …so King Athelstan won a great victory there (127) 3) Peers a. Raiding farmers incident i. Thorolf and his men were glad to have Egil back (108) b. King Athelstan rewards Egil with i. Honor of taking the seat facing him (128) ii. Golden bracelet (129) iii. Two chests full of Silver (129) 4) Contradicting arguments? a. Attack on Lund i. Egil raids and destroys a town just for money. ii. “the people soon ran, with heavy loss of life” (109) 1. described very neutral 2. maybe common event for Vikings? b. Raiding farmers incident i. Burning people in their homes, trapped? 1. Rule does not apply to the Baltic?...
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- Spring '11
- Egil, farmers incident, Egil’s raids