Music video of the song "The Bloody Verdict of Verden", aka "The Blood of the Saxon Men" belonging to the album "Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross" (2010) Symphonic metal version.. By Sir Christopher Lee.
Views: 2912416 Charlemagne Productions
Massacre Of the Saxons - The Omens of Death - Charlemagne Vinyl rip : Technics SL-220/Ortofon OM 10 through Jason A-2-25 amp (tubes). Roland Quad-capture. Lyrics: Does a man have to fight all his life? Only in death to take flight to the skies Warmongers vie to take my throne No respect is ever shown To Pope, or Prince, nor man, nor beast And steal our cattle for to feast No Earthly princeling mind shall take For scandalous idolatry so fake In borderland raids They came in their hordes Ransacking villages Taking the spoils With nothing to lose And possessions few Bold Sturdy Fearless and cruel! Defiant of Baptism on pain of death Tough measures call for me to be ruthless To set an example to the rebels Draconian for their worship of devils How many times did I venture forth To the extreme wilderness of the north? To subdue those whose hatred was great Against churches and priests of our Christian state Four thousand men all dead in one day They would not renounce their heathen ways Thirty years of campaigning consumed To subject those Pagans to Christianhood The Bloody Verdict of Verden Rivers flowing red With the blood of four thousand men That I did behead (I shed Blood of Saxon Men) I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed it at Verden I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of four thousand Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon man! Shall my realm be taken as I toil? To force others out of Frankish soil And I return to learn that all is lost Yet my companions I trust, the sword and the Cross Those good industrious Frankish folk Who toil out lands with oxen and yoke Whilst Lombard, Vulgar and Moorish men Dare to even glance at them Converting entire tribes by the sword In the name of Jesus Christo, our Lord On that day in Verden No mercy given Victory to the chosen people Weary grow I of this task which fell On the shoulders of a man who yearns to spend But one hour with wife and child To gaze on faces innocent and mild Four thousand men all dead in one day They would not renounce their heathen ways Thirty years of campaigning consumed To subject those pagans to Christianhood To build a better world than even has been seen An empire made great by deeds of great kings (I shed Blood of Saxon Men) I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed it at Verden I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of four thousand Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon man!
Views: 100339 Cave Canem
Provided to YouTube by Horus Music Ltd Massacre of the Saxons · Christopher Lee Charlemagne: The Omens of Death ℗ 2013 Charlemagne Productions Ltd Released on: 2013-05-27 Producer: Charlemagne Productions Ltd Music Publisher: Charlemagne Music Publishing Music Publisher: Charlemagne Productions Ltd Composer: Marco Sabiu Lyricist: Marie-Claire Calvet Auto-generated by YouTube.
Views: 4081 Christopher Lee - Topic
The blood of 4000 men that i did beshed the blood of the saxon man.
Views: 28 SNAKE MAN
King Karl drags west Francia into a war whilst his brother consolidates power.
Views: 42 Neo Absolutist
A track to mark the 50th anniversary of Enoch Powell's prophetic speech; a warning from the past that was not heeded in his time, and is still ignored by too many today. Many thanks to my followers on Maker Support. https://www.makersupport.com/Xurious You can also follow me on: BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/xurious/ PewTube: https://pew.tube/user/xurious Gab: https://gab.ai/xurious Twitter: https://twitter.com/xuriousmusic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Xurious-1042277229173358/ Visual art by Aesthetica Europa: https://twitter.com/Aestheticaeurop
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This stirring music first appeared as March of the Men of Harlech in Musical and Poetical Relics of the Welsh Bards (Edward Jones, London 1784). The song was also used in the movie "Zulu" (1964). To learn more visit: http://www.rorkesdriftvc.com/myths/myths.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men_of_Harlech
Views: 1982806 Mark Mains
Original song copyright 2013. Lyrics by Amos Jessup, music by Ernest Johnson. Vocal, guitar, mountain dulcimer, percussion by Ernest Johnson. Song of the Saxons Come forth, come forth, ye Saxon theigns! Ye blue blooded heros many Stand up, stand up to William's hordes From Bogside to Boeny Your homes and sons and loving wives The tyrants will be wasting Come forth, bold churls, and armoured ride And meet us down at Hasting At Stanford Bridge, brave Harold's men Hadrada's force have smitten And now three hundred miles will march To Caldbec, it is written With long swords high the foe we will meet Our battle lines are forming, Be not misled by bold retreat, Beware the wiley Norman But Hastings grasses ran with blood Where Edwin's sons lay dying And Tostig's shades are standing there Where the Norman flag is flying Our fyrd and fleet all broken lie Their battle axes broken On Hastings field, by pennants high Cruel treachery is spoken Farewell to Wight, where Danish hordes Have burst our barriers through Weep long, you Saxon maidens fair For the men that William slew Now Angle men and Picts so bold, In flight and fear are calling The fields is red with blood once true, And England fair has fallen.
Views: 1762 MacFeeley
In 1519, an extraordinary military event took place in Meso-America. Against all odds, Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés led a tiny mercenary expedition that would cause the downfall of the great Aztec Empire and bring large portions of mainland Mexico under Spanish rule. With the help of native allies that had been terrorized by their Aztec neighbour, Cortés managed to conquer the Aztecs, with only 600 Spanish soldiers, 15 horsemen and a number of cannons. Upon arrival, he ordered to sink his own ships, to make a statement to his men that there was no way back. When the conquistadors entered the great valley of central Mexico in November and for the first time saw the magnificent city of Tenochtitlan, they could hardly believe their eyes. In front of them lay an island, seemingly fastened to the mainland with bridges and was four times larger than Seville, the last city they had seen before they went out to sea. Both the houses and the streets shined with a white light. Hernán Cortés was believed to be Quetzalcoatl, a legendary god who controlled the lightning and was expected to return that same year, according to myth and the Aztec calendar. Cortés and his men took advantage of this coincidence and captured the emperor Moctezuma, who ultimately ended up dying by the hands of his own people. Some 2 years later, the Aztec culture was more or less destroyed. The story and events repeated itself in 1532, when a relative to Cortés, by the name of Francisco Pizarro, conquered the Incas with a mere 106 soldiers and 62 horsemen. Why were the Spaniards so successful? The answer is: ''Guns, germs and steel''. They had the advantage of steel armor and weaponry, early firearms known as arquebuses and cannons, powerful crossbows and of course the horse, an animal which was not indigenous to the Americas. They also brought war dogs with them. Though in the end, the biggest factor was the diseases they had unknowingly taken with them aboard their ships from Europe. Native Americans had no defence against such an enemy.
Views: 24010 Gripen
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OLD ENGLISH About 400 Anglo-Saxon texts survive from this era, including many beautiful poems, telling tales of wild battles and heroic journeys. The oldest surviving text of Old English literature is “Cædmon's Hymn”, which was composed between 658 and 680, and the longest was the ongoing “Anglo-Saxon Chronicle”. But by far the best known is the long epic poem “Beowulf”. “Beowulf” may have been written any time between the 8th and the early 11th Century by an unknown author or authors, or, most likely, it was written in the 8th Century and then revised in the 10th or 11th Century. It was probably originally written in Northumbria, although the single manuscript that has come down to us (which dates from around 1000) contains a bewildering mix of Northumbrian, West Saxon and Anglian dialects. The 3,182 lines of the work shows that Old English was already a fully developed poetic language by this time, with a particular emphasis on alliteration and percussive effects. Even at this early stage (before the subsequent waves of lexical enrichment), the variety and depth of English vocabulary, as well as its predilection for synonyms and subtleties of meanings, is evident. For example, the poem uses 36 different words for hero, 20 for man, 12 for battle and 11 for ship. There are also many interesting "kennings" or allusive compound words, such as hronrad (literally, whale-road, meaning the sea), banhus (bone-house, meaning body) and beadoleoma (battle-light, meaning sword). Of the 903 compound nouns in “Beowulf”, 578 are used once only, and 518 of them are known only from this one poem. Old English was a very complex language, at least in comparison with modern English. Nouns had three genders (male, female and neuter) and could be inflected for up to five cases. There were seven classes of “strong” verbs and three of “weak” verbs, and their endings changed for number, tense, mood and person. Adjectives could have up to eleven forms. Even definite articles had three genders and five case forms as a singular and four as a plural. Word order was much freer than today, the sense being carried by the inflections (and only later by the use of propositions). Although it looked quite different from modern English on paper, once the pronunciation and spelling rules are understood, many of its words become quite familiar to modern ears. Many of the most basic and common words in use in English today have their roots in Old English, including words like water, earth, house, food, drink, sleep, sing, night, strong, the, a, be, of, he, she, you, no, not, etc. Interestingly, many of our common swear words are also of Anglo-Saxon origin (including tits, fart, shit, turd, arse and, probably, piss), and most of the others were of early medieval provenance. Care should be taken, though, with what are sometimes called "false friends", words that appear to be similar in Old English and modern English, but whose meanings have changed, words such as wif (wife, which originally meant any woman, married or not), fugol (fowl, which meant any bird, not just a farmyard one), sona (soon, which meant immediately, not just in a while), won (wan, which meant dark, not pale) and fæst (fast, which meant fixed or firm, not rapidly). During the 6th Century, for reasons which are still unclear, the Anglo-Saxon consonant cluster "sk" changed to "sh", so that skield became shield. This change affected all "sk" words in the language at that time, whether recent borrowings from Latin (e.g. disk became dish) or ancient aboriginal borrowings (e.g. skip became ship). Any modern English words which make use of the "sk" cluster came into the language after the 6th Century (i.e. after the sound change had ceased to operate), mainly, as we will see below, from Scandinavia. Then, around the 7th Century, a vowel shift took place in Old English pronunciation (analogous to the Great Vowel Shift during the Early Modern period) in which vowels began to be pronouced more to the front of the mouth. The main sound affected was "i", hence its common description as "i-mutation" or "i-umlaut" (umlaut is a German term meaning sound alteration). As part of this process, the plurals of several nouns also started to be represented by changed vowel pronunciations rather than changes in inflection. These changes were sometimes, but not always, reflected in revised spellings, resulting in inconsistent modern words pairings such as foot/feet, goose/geese, man/men, mouse/mice, as well as blood/bleed, foul/filth, broad/breadth, long/length, old/elder, whole/hale/heal/health, etc.
Views: 22932 I Love Languages!
I decided to blatantly copy from the recent trend of YouTubers much more famous than me (namely KSI & Gonth) to do a video of me reacting to some of my old, horrifically poor quality videos. Watch me cringe to old game reviews, Let's Plays, paint animations, rip-off rap battles, and more. Does a man have to fight all his life? Only in death to take flight to the skies Warmongers vie to take my throne No respect is ever shown To Pope, or Prince, nor man, nor beast And steal our cattle for to feast No Earthly princeling mind shall take For scandalous idolatry so fake In borderland raids They came in their hordes Ransacking villages Taking the spoils With nothing to lose and possessions few Bold Sturdy Fearless and cruel! Defiant of Baptism on pain of death Tough measures call for me to be ruthless To set an example to the rebels Draconian for their worship of devils How many times did I venture forth To the extreme wilderness of the north? To subdue those whose hatred was great Against churches and priests of our Christian state Four thousand men all dead in one day They would not renounce their heathen ways Thirty years of campaigning consumed To subject those Pagans to Christianhood The Bloody Verdict of Verden Rivers flowing red With the blood of four thousand men That I did behead (I shed Blood of Saxon Men) I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed it at Verden I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of four thousand Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon man! Shall my realm be taken as I toil? To force others out of Frankish soil And I return to learn that all is lost Yet my companions I trust, the sword and the Cross Those good industrious Frankish folk Who toil out lands with oxen and yoke Whilst Lombard, Vulgar and Moorish men Dare to even glance at them Converting entire tribes by the sword In the name of Jesus Christo, our Lord On that day in Verden No mercy given Victory to the chosen people Weary grow I of this task which fell On the shoulders of a man who yearns to spend But one hour with wife and child To gaze on faces innocent and mild Four thousand men all dead in one day They would not renounce their heathen ways Thirty years of campaigning consumed To subject those pagans to Christianhood To build a better world than even has been seen An empire made great by deeds of great kings (I shed Blood of Saxon Men) I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed it at Verden I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of four thousand Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon men I shed the Blood of the Saxon man!
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10th track on their ''Call to Arms'' (2011.) album. Enjoy! Lyrics: Hear the whistle blowin' Another working day Turn the wheels of power Earn your daily pay The blood and sweat of working men Made this country great To the kings and queens of industry Your lives we celebrate No matter where you're going Remember where you've been It takes me back to a simple life I sing my song -- the ballad of the working man The rhythm of the engines Pounding out a song Pulling all together To make this kingdom strong To every man and woman Standin' tall and proud We dedicate this song to you Rejoice and shout out loud It's not so complicated Remember where you're from It takes me back to a simple life I sing my song -- the ballad of the working man Working man Another round of whiskey Another shot of gin The bar-maid rings 'last orders' Get the last ones in The place is full of laughter The glasses full of beer It takes me to a simple life That's nearly disappeared No matter where you're going Remember where you've been Take me back to a simple life I sing my song -- the ballad of the working man The ballad of the working man The ballad of the working man
Views: 10372 Kosta Božović
Bibliography : "Charlemagne Empereur des temps hostiles" (Charlemagne Emperor in hostile times) by Olivier Hanne "Charlemagne" by Jean Favier "Charlemagne" by Georges Minois Soundtrack from « Total War: Attila » video game Bonuses : - Early Saxony was divided into several regions (including Angria, Eastphalia and Westphalia), each also divided in several chieftainships. Those are not cited in the video in order not to overcomplexify the story. - Some historians suggest that the virulence of Viking attacks against the Franks might be a retaliation to the forced conversions of their Saxon “cousins”. This hypothesis still remains uncertain, as Viking attacks were focused on Anglo-Saxon Britain during several decades. - Charlemagne’s armies were mostly composed of infantrymen (Milites) armed with spears (lancia) and sometimes swords (spata). Some still used the francisca. - The missions of the Frankish cavalry varied from reconnaissance to harassment and charge attacks. These latter were not performed with lances yet –it would start later as from the 11th century- but with the sword in hand. The cost of a horse and of equipment (helmet, ring armour, spear, sword – bow and arrows at the end of his reign) limited this military branch to the wealthiest. - The family name Brognard (or Brognart, Brogniard) is very common in France. It means “the one who wears the broigne” (ring armour). - Scarae belonged to the high nobility and were training all the year. They knew how to move very quickly on the battlefield, outclassing all their enemies at this time. During the campaign of Pannonia, they even outclassed Avar cavalrymen. These prestigious Frankish cavalrymen are directly at the origin of medieval knighthood and of its codes of honour. - The use of stirrups by the Franks has been confirmed, at least for the last third of Charlemagne’s reign. This technical innovation was probably taken from the Avars. - The equipment of Frankish warriors was the best of this time. Aware of this advantage, the exportation of swords and ring armours notably was strictly forbidden by the king. Traffics still existed, as it has been proved with Frankish swords of the 8th century found in Scandinavia. - Charlemagne’s contemporaries were astonished at the view of his army : “When you’ll see a harvest of iron rising on the fields, when the flows of Ticino and Po rivers will rise, all dark like iron, above the walls of cities, then you have to see Charles appearing” as wrote the biographer Notker the Stammerer. - Many of Saxon families deported by Charlemagne were settled in Flanders. In 1297, when Philip IV of France was at war against the Flemings, the French were opposed by a ferocious resistance and they remembered the events in the 8th century. The Iron King complained that “Of one scourge, Charlemagne made two of it !”. - Each year, the European Union awards a “Charlemagne Prize” to a person being involved in the unification of Europe. An odd choice from this atheist and disarmed political-economic entity. - During the reign of Charlemagne, should we talk about France or “Francia” ? The name of Francia(s) was invented by a few historians of the 20th century. Their desire was to put a distinction between Merovingian/Carolingian France and modern France. The continuity of the French state and the numbering of French Kings (which starts with the Merovingians) are therefore oddly ignored. - For the contemporaries of Charlemagne, “Francia” meant the original Frankish Realm (Regnum Francorum), located between the Rhine and Loire rivers. The overall Frankish Empire was named as “Universa Francia” or “Tota Francia”.
Views: 2718 theCajun Cutthroat
Europe, in the year of the Lord 772 Like a bloody storm, Charlemagne's armies ravage early medieval Europe, leaving devastation and misery in their wake. They have subdued the kingdom of the Langobards, defeated the duchy of Bavaria; they threaten the Moors in the west and, in the south, the pope in Rome. Yet Charlemagne has even more ambitious plans: he covets the Saxon territories in the north. The Saxons put up an unexpectedly fierce resistance. When Charlemagne's troops destroy the Irminsul shrine, the Saxon holy of holies, there ensues a struggle to the death. Led by the legendary Duke Widukind, for decades the Saxons fight savagely for their beliefs and their independence. And they will have their revenge... The Duke and the Kings will transport the reader right into this legend-shrouded part of the Early Middle Ages. With his story, John Lincoln has woven a rich, dark tapestry of one of the pivotal periods in medieval European history. His historically accurate descriptions rich in authentic detail bring this remote, mysterious world to life again before your very eyes. So stoke the fire, draw your armchair closer and dive into this wonderful historical novel full of the love, the intrigue, the warriors and the battles of a bygone Europe...
Views: 967 John Lincoln
Enter the Dragon movie clips: http://j.mp/1Ja1ZHu BUY THE MOVIE: http://bit.ly/2ci0akD Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: After Han (Kien Shih) offends Lee's (Bruce Lee) family and the Shaolin temple, they fight hand-to-knife bladed hand. FILM DESCRIPTION: Learn the philosophy of iconic martial artist Bruce Lee and gain insight into his personality through this in-depth documentary. Friends, co-stars and collaborators share their memories and reveal previously unknown details about the legend. An international superstar whose life and death were full of unsolved mysteries, Lee single-handedly elevated martial arts and changed the face of action cinema. CREDITS: TM & © Warner Bros. (1973) Cast: Bruce Lee, Kien Shih Director: Robert Clouse Producers: Raymond Chow, Paul M. Heller, Leonard Ho, Bruce Lee, Fred Weintraub, Andre Morgan Screenwriter: Michael Allin WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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Slow march of the Welsh Guards and quick march of the Royal Welsh. Lyrics: Tongues of fire on Idris flaring, news of foe-men near declaring, to heroic deeds of daring, call you Harlech men Groans of wounded peasants dying, wails of wives and children flying, for the distant succour crying, call you Harlech men. Shall the voice of wailing, now be unavailing, You to rouse who never yet in battles hour were failing, His our answer crowds down pouring swift as winter torrents roaring, Not in vain the voice imploring, calls on Harlech men Loud the martial pipes are sounding every manly heart is bounding As our trusted chief surrounding, march we Harlech men. Short the sleep the foe is taking, ere the morrows morn is breaking, They shall have a rude awakening, roused by Harlech men. Mothers cease your weeping, calm may be your sleeping, you and yours in safety now the Harlech men are keeping, ere the sun is high in heaven they you fear by panic riven shall like frightened sheep be driven, far by Harlech men.
Views: 7374 DBtotalwar
THIS BELONGS TO SAXON AND IM JUST PREMOTING THE BAND... Once was a sailor, ship of the line Came to my duty, serving my time Far, far away from you I must go Ne'er to return, I do not know If I return to tell you my tale I'll sing of gunsmoke and blood stained sails Stand by my shipmates, we will not fall Jolly Jack Tars, brave men and all
Views: 11955 Matt Andrews
Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Early Impressions My initial thoughts on the first 15 hours of this game, which I received a free copy of. Pro: - Interesting story - Good writing and characters - Nice premise for a setting - Brian Blessed Con: - Poorly optimised (loading screens when entering dialogue etc) - Clunky combat - Has yet to let me shed the blood of saxon men - FOUR THOUSAND SAXON MEN #kingdomcome ►Pledge on Patreon & get access to Discord: http://bit.ly/MontPatreon ►Paypal Donations: http://bit.ly/MontPaypal ►Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/silvermonttwitter
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Film available on iTunes: http://apple.co/1U0jMd1 In order to take down a major criminal organization, the ambitious head of the internal affairs unit of the Reykjavik P.D. decides to investigate a corrupt police lieutenant. Tipped off about the lieutenant’s criminal dealings by a former crime kingpin, now imprisoned, he places a female former narc officer undercover to spy on him. These actions set him off on a dangerous path as he aims to catch both the lieutenant and the drug-lord. Original title: Borgríki 2 Year 2014 Running Time 96 min. Country Iceland Director Olaf de Fleur Johannesson Screenwriter Olaf de Fleur Johannesson, Hrafnkell Stefansson Music Kristján Sturla Bjarnason Cinematography Bjarni Felix Bjarnason, Gunnar Heidar Cast Darri Ingolfsson, Ágústa Eva Erlendsdóttir, Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson, Sigurður Sigurjónsson, Zlatko Krickic, Hilmir Snær Guðnason, JJ Feild, Leo Sankovic, Theodór Júlíusson, Elva Ósk Ólafsdóttir, Magnús Ragnarsson, Jón Viðar Arnþórsson Producer Celluloid Dreams / Icelandic Film Center / Ministry of Industries and Innovation Genre Thriller | Police
Views: 31094 Walk This Way Cinema
Present day researchers don’t think the Vikings, who were groups of unorganized clans living in the Nordic area of Europe, were the bloodthirsty savage giants that they are often made out to be. In fact, they were clean, average size men. They were incredible seafarers and prolific traders. →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 → → GET A T-SHIRT - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/toptenz →Top 10 Objects That Were Clearly Invented Just to Annoy Physics: https://youtu.be/0MVGeRa-vLo →Simon's VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvqt8j7DfPmveJp3UOk9XTg Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Videos are published at 6pm EST every day! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 HORRIFYING Facts You Didn’t Know About SAMURAI https://youtu.be/CDx0RoE3zZ8?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKajPA6HFawry8Y3my_VX5Q Top 10 HORRIFYING Facts You Didn’t Know About KNIGHTS https://youtu.be/q1yvv9fHSw8?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKajPA6HFawry8Y3my_VX5Q Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-horrifying-facts-vikings.php Coming up: 10. Magic Mushrooms 9. Viking Soup 8. Swords 7. Holmgang 6. Games 5. Infanticide 4. Sexual Slavery 3. Erik the Red Was Too Violent For the Vikings 2. Child Sacrifices 1. Blood Eagle Source/Further reading: https://books.google.ca/books?id=6tCKBatwpyUC&lpg=PA497&dq=on%20going%20berserk%20a%20neurochemical%20inquiry&pg=PA497#v=onepage&q&f=false http://www.hurstwic.org/history/articles/daily_living/text/health_and_medicine.htm https://www.isaaa.org/kc/cropbiotechupdate/features/vikings.htm https://books.google.ca/books?id=4-J3uhtPZ8MC&lpg=PP1&dq=viking%20weapons&pg=PA2#v=onepage&q&f=false http://www.hurstwic.org/history/articles/manufacturing/pix/skull_top.jpg http://www.stavacademy.co.uk/mimir/holmgang.htm https://books.google.ca/books?id=AxBXBAAAQBAJ&lpg=PA132&dq=holmgang&pg=PA132#v=onepage&q&f=false http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/vikings/viking_settlements/ http://www.hurstwic.org/history/articles/daily_living/text/games_and_sports.htm http://www.academia.edu/808691/_Selective_Female_Infanticide_as_Partial_Explanation_for_the_Dearth_of_Women_in_Viking_Age_Scandinavia_pp._205-221_in_Violence_and_Society_in_the_Early_Medieval_West_edited_by_Guy_Halsall._Woodbridge_United_Kingdom_Boydell_Press_1998_paperback_2002 http://www.nbcnews.com/id/26755692/ns/technology_and_science-science/t/viking-age-triggered-shortage-wives/ http://www.arnastofnun.is/page/the_origins_of_the_icelanders http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/04/vikings-may-have-first-taken-seas-find-women-slaves https://books.google.ca/books?id=uioXLwAACAAJ&dq=erik+the+red&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjov_jW3bfOAhXBWRQKHe3TAXoQ6AEILTAD http://www.biography.com/people/erik-the-red-9288270#synopsis https://books.google.ca/books?id=VKpMBAAAQBAJ&lpg=PA42&dq=Eyolf%20the%20Foul&pg=PA42#v=onepage&q&f=false https://books.google.ca/books?id=PYdBH4dOOM4C&lpg=PA218&dq=erik%20the%20red&pg=PA218#v=onepage&q=erik%20the%20red&f=false http://www.realclearscience.com/articles/2014/12/02/child_sacrifice_and_other_viking_activities_108967.html http://en.natmus.dk/historical-knowledge/denmark/prehistoric-period-until-1050-ad/the-viking-age/religion-magic-death-and-rituals/human-sacrifices/ http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-vengeance-of-ivarr-the-boneless-4002654/?no-ist
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Support the band buying their album Band: 3 Inches Of Blood Album: Long Live Heavy Metal Year: 2012 00:00 - Metal woman 04:49 - My sword will not sleep 09:27 - Leather lord 13:25 - Chief and the blade 15:52 - Dark messenger 20:00 - Look out 25:30 - 4000 torches 29:46 - Leave it on the ice 33:21 - Die for gold (upon the boiling sea IV) 37:24 - Storming juno 41:49 - Men of fortune 49:24 - One for the ditch
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Read by: Stefan Molyneux. Lyrics below: It was not part of their blood, It came to them very late, With long arrears to make good, When the Saxon began to hate. They were not easily moved, They were icy -- willing to wait Till every count should be proved, Ere the Saxon began to hate. Their voices were even and low. Their eyes were level and straight. There was neither sign nor show When the Saxon began to hate. It was not preached to the crowd. It was not taught by the state. No man spoke it aloud When the Saxon began to hate. It was not suddently bred. It will not swiftly abate. Through the chilled years ahead, When Time shall count from the date That the Saxon began to hate.
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Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK The continuing story of the Wars of the Roses. Dan Jones reveals how in 1461, six years after the conflict began, Henry VI had his crown snatched away by the young Edward IV - a plot masterminded by the Earl of Warwick, a baron known as the Kingmaker. However, when the monarch and his mentor fell out, Warwick kicked Edward off the throne - and incredibly reinstated Henry VI. The presenter reveals what happened to cause the turbulence between the two men. Content licensed from DRG.
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LYRICS Battle weary Saxons fight the fight to grip the north Studded armoured warriors defy this mighty force On the hill the men all raise their swords up to the sky An axe strikes the shields of steel, another victim dies They're coming after you run for your life Warriors of hell fight the fight They're coming after you run for your life Saxons of the Fire ride tonight Running 'cross the plains of fire scorched blazing steel The axe falls on another man screaming through the fields The mighty sword is seeking men & slicing to the bone You never can sstain the force to drive these Saxons on They're coming after you run for your life Warriors of hell fight the fight They're coming after you run for your life Saxons of the Fire ride... tonight They're coming out of teh sunset fire, too many to hold back "Draw your sword you dreaded fool you're under our attack" Heathen men of distant lands were forced under command Blood & sweat fall to the earth, the Saxons make a stand Many men took many slaves on this bloody day Warriors & savages seeking out their prey Metal hitting metal in this war for noman's land Blood & sweat fall to the earth, the Saxons make a stand The battles over, villages are burning to the ground The many men who've went to war are lost but never found Winners are rewarded well, boasting of their scars Turn toward the blazing sun to quest the land of far They're coming after you run for your life Warriors of hell fight the fight They're coming after you run for your life Saxons of the Fire riding... tonight
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Accept's official music video for 'Balls To The Wall'. Click to listen to Accept on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/AcceptSpotify?IQid=AcceptBTTW As featured on Balls To The Wall. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/BallsToTheWalls?IQid=AcceptBTTW Google Play: http://smarturl.it/BTTWGPlay?IQid=AcceptBTTW Amazon: http://smarturl.it/BTTWAmazon?IQid=AcceptBTTW More From Accept Generation Clash: https://youtu.be/OOh7hxZFL1s More great Metal videos here: http://smarturl.it/UltimateMetal?IQid=AcceptBTTW Follow Accept Website: http://www.acceptworldwide.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/accepttheband Twitter: https://twitter.com/accepttheband Subscribe to Accept on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/AcceptSub?IQid=AcceptBTTW --------- Lyrics: Too many slaves in this world One by torture and pain Too many people do not see They're killing themselves - going insane Too many people do not know Bondage in over the human race They believe slaves always lose And this fear keeps them down Watch the damned (God bless ya) They're gonna break their chains You can't stop them (God bless ya) They're coming to get you and then You'll get your balls to the wall, man Balls to the wall You'll get your balls to the wall, man Balls to the wall - balls to the wall You may screw their brains You may sacrifice them, too You may mortify their flesh You may rape them all One day the tortured stand up And revolt against the evil They make you drink you blood And tear yourself to pieces You better watch the damned (God bless ya) They're gonna break their chains You can't stop them (God bless ya) They're coming to get you and then You'll get your balls to the wall, man Balls to the wall You'll get your balls to the wall, man Balls to the wall - balls to the wall Come on man, let's stand up all over the world Let's plug a bomb in everyone's arse
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Get the poster: https://usefulcharts.com/products/european-royal-family-tree This video traces the English (later British) royal family tree from Alfred the Great (grandfather of the first king of England, all the way to HM Elizabeth II (the current queen of the United Kingdom). It includes: The House of Wessex The Norman conquest The House of Plantagenet The Wars of the Roses The House of Tudor The House of Stuart The House of Hanover The House of Windsor
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In which John Green teaches you about Vikings! That's right, one of our most requested subjects, the Vikings, right here on Crash Course. So what's the deal with Vikings? Well, the stuff you've heard about them may not be true. The Vikings weren't just pagan raiders striking terror into the hearts of defenseless European Christendom. They were some of the greatest travelers of their time, and they weren't always traveling to steal. In a lot of cases, they were traveling to trade. John will teach you about Viking trade goods, Norse Mythology, and yes, there will be blood, guts, and dragons. OK? You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content.
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There are over a hundred achievements in Crusader Kings, and some of them you get accidentally while playing, but there are others which are just guidance for a different way to play the game. This playlist will have some of the easy achievements which take a few hours or less to obtain... Holy & Roman campaign: • Holy and Roman - Found the Holy Roman Empire in a game starting in 769 • I Shed Blood of Saxon Men - As a Christian non-Saxon, completely conquer Saxony in a game starting in 769 • I'm Sorry, Desiderata - Divorce a Lombard Princess as a Christian If you enjoy the video please consider leaving a message, clicking like or subscribing to the channel. You can always come over to the Twitch channel and participate live, too. Your input means a lot! Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ausecko For the full playlist you can follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU_uMbfl2NXjuy_HKDqUWTIT9YWxP8Cz0 Game © Paradox Interactive AB www.paradoxplaza.com
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Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK While we are preoccupied with global warming and computer meltdown, our surprisingly sophisticated Anglo-Saxon ancestors were terrified of Viking invasion. Britain's system of social welfare, law and order and a yearning for knowledge had made us the envy of Europe - and a country under threat from violent and oppurtunistic raiders. But what was it really like to live just before the end of the first millennium? 1000 AD recreates life circa 999 AD, showing the everyday lives, loves and passions of the Anglo-Saxon people. A soap opera-style drama runs alongside interviews with leading historians who paint a revealing picture of the political and social structure of pre-Norman Britain. Content licensed from Digital Rights Group (DRG). Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] Produced by Uden Associates
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The brave Men of Gondor are the shining silver line between Sauron and the rest of Middle Earth. Bloodied but defiant, they have stood against all the worst that Evil can throw at them, and by their enduring sacrifice is the rest of the world kept safe. Luckily, they're dead easy to paint, too! READ MORE: With the return of Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game (arguably, the Return of the King of GW's rules sets and one of my favourite games) it seemed like it'd be useful to demonstrate how to paint up some of the most common and reliable troops available to any Good commander. With a solid stat line and good defence, the Warriors of Minas Tirith are a must-have for any point in the battlefield that absolutely must be held! The tips on painting silver armour will also be useful for any other miniatures you've got that might be wearing plate or other big, blocky areas of metal - D&D miniatures tend to have a lot of chunky armour if you're playing the right classes! How I Paint Things is a series of simple instructional videos designed to help the newcomer through some of the basics and demonstrate how the very simplest techniques can still give you some great results that're easily replicated. Aimed at the beginner to painting miniatures, there might be one or two tips or tricks that help even you old hands! Remember you can follow/reach me at the following places: https://www.facebook.com/sonicsledgehammer https://twitter.com/sonicsledge If you like what I'm doing and you'd like to chip in, why not check out my Patreon or Ko-Fi? How I Paint Things will never be behind a pay wall, but anything dropped in the tip jar is greatly appreciated and really helps. https://www.patreon.com/sonicsledgehammer https://ko-fi.com/docwholigan PAINTS USED: BASES: Leadbelcher Bugman's Glow Abaddon Black (or Vallejo Flat Black) Retributor Armour LAYERS: Cadian Fleshtone Kislev Flesh Ironbreaker Eshin Grey Skavenblight Dinge SHADES: Nuln Oil
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Official playlist: https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/scream_pl!ytp Scream Buy/Listen - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAM!bxd About the album: Michael Jackson’s 'Scream' is the perfect collection of 13 all-time electrifying dance classics and fan favorites from The King of Pop on one album, including “Ghosts,” “Thriller,” “Dirty Diana” and more. The album also includes a brand-new bonus track: the five-song mash-up “Blood On The Dance Floor X Dangerous (The White Panda Mash-Up).” Follow Michael Jackson: Spotify - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAMSI!bxd Facebook - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAMFI!bxd Twitter - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAMTI!bxd Instagram - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAMII!bxd Website - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAMWI!bxd Newsletter - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/SCREAMNI!bxd
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The Ku Klux Klan (KKK), or simply the Klan, is the name of three distinct past and present movements in the United States that have advocated extremist . The Ku Klux Klan (KKK), or simply the Klan, is the name of three distinct past and present movements in the United States that have advocated extremist .
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