On June 8, 793, the Anglo-Saxon monastery on Lindisfarne was attacked by the Vikings – the first Viking raid on the British Isles. Why did the Norse travel across the seas to conduct their raids? One historian suggests that it was more than just for money. We also have a feature on five medieval stories that are probably too good to be true, and we take a look at a documentary about reclaiming Anglo-Saxon heritage. Add to this a piece on the Tournament in the Middle Ages, and much more!
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