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Vikings - .Hitmainlandin820s,.Went EasttoRussiaaswell...

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Vikings  -   ∙ Scandinavian pagan raiders who began an onslaught against Europe from 790s,  beginning with Britain. Hit mainland in 820s, menacing France and Germany to the 920s. Went  East to Russia as well.  Lothair  -   ∙ Louis the Pious' oldest son, slated to get the most of the realm. In 840 his two  younger brothers Charles and Louis combined to fight him at the Battle of Fontenoy. Results  required compromise. Charles the Bald received the western regions from forty miles east of  Paris to the southwestern Marches and stretching from the English Channel to the Mediterranean.  Louis the German received eastern districts from the Marches beyond the Elbe to just outside  Strasbourg, and from Denmark in the north to the Adriatic in the south. Lothair's kingdom was 
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  • Fall '08
  • Murphy
  • English Channel, younger brothers Charles, southwestern Marches, Pious. After Fontenoy, Britain. Hit mainland, eastern districts

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