Olaf Cuaran by Morris Meredith Williams

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Olaf Cuaran

Morris Meredith Williams

Olaf Cuaran, 10th century (1913). Olaf Cuaran (c926-981) was a Norse-Gael who was king of York and king of Dublin. He was known as a renowned warrior and a ruthless pillager of churches, but ended his days in retirement on the island of Iona. Illustration from The Northmen in Britain by Eleanor Means Hull, published 1913.

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