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The dying King Haakon carried to his ship
The dying King Haakon carried to his ship, 961 (1913). King Haakon I (Haakon the Good) (c920-961) of Norway was mortally wounded at the Battle of Fitjar in 961. Illustration from The Northmen in Britain by Eleanor Means Hull, published 1913.
- Image ref: 2378392
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images