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Register of Magyar, Viking, and Saracen raids

Posted Today at 11:22 AM by Piccolo
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Magyars:

900-The Magyars "ravage" Bavaria

906- Magyars plunder Saxony

917- Sack Basel (around the northern Italy or Swizterland area) in 917

in 917 they also destroy Verdun (modern day France)

931- A Hungarian army burns the Italian city of
Piacenza

954- Magyars sack the cities of Gembloux and Tournai (in modern day Belgium)

955- Magyars defeated by King Otto at the battle of.....
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Had You Been Where I Had: The Battle of Killiecrankie

Posted July 26th, 2016 at 05:19 PM by gladiatrice (The Life and Times of the Stuarts)
Updated July 26th, 2016 at 05:26 PM by gladiatrice

"An' ye had been where I hae been, ye wadna be sae cantie-o!"

Thus begins the ballad The Braes of Killiecrankie, written by that famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Told through the point of a defeated and routed Williamite soldier, the song is about the astonishing victory that the Jacobites had claimed against all odds. Although they were outnumbered two-to-one, the rebels managed to deal the Government army a crippling blow and effectively won the battle, thanks to their...
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Random notes

Posted July 21st, 2016 at 12:40 PM by Piccolo
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*Asturian rebels sacked Lisbon in 798

*from 815-1008, Cordoba Caliphate was on the offensive.

*Exploits of the Moorish general Al-Mansur; sacked every major non-occupied city in Spain if I am not mistaken

*The first Crusade was a success, in part because the Seljuk Empire had devoluted in 1092, and because it was backed by the Byzantines.

* Saladin won the second crusade

*Richard the Lion Heart won the Third Crusade. However, he...
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