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Vikings Charaktere

Vikings, Staffel 5, Episode Wenn Charaktere und Handlung nicht aber Floki und die anderen Charaktere in Island bleiben ziemlich blass. Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård). Floki ist ein spaßiger Geselle und ein guter Freud Ragnars. Vor allem aber ist er ein genialer Schiffsbauer, der im Geheimen mit Ragnar. Erlebe die Welt der Wikinger, wo Freiheit, Macht & Furcht regieren. Ohne Download spielen!

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Erlebe die Welt der Wikinger, wo Freiheit, Macht & Furcht regieren. Ohne Download spielen! Der Bauer Ragnar Lodbrok lebt im 8. Jahrhundert nach Christus mit seiner Frau und seinen Kindern im Stamm des Earl Haraldson. Im Sommer nimmt er an einer Raubfahrt teil, um sein karges Einkommen aufzubessern. Dabei setzt sich gegen seinen Anführer. Charakter. Kategorienseite. Hier findest du alle Charaktere der Serie im Überblick. Beliebte Seiten. Ragnar, Ecbert, Athlestan und Floki sind die Top 4 den rest kann man in die Tonne werfen. Richtig reingeschissen Judiht und Gunnhilde. "Vikings" handelt von Wikinger Ragnar Lothbrok und seine Söhne Bjorn, Ubbe, Ivar und Hvitserk. Den Cast und die dazugehörigen Charaktere. Vikings ist eine kanadisch-irische Fernsehserie, die lose auf den Erzählungen um den legendären Wikinger Ragnar Lothbrok, dessen Söhne und der. Siggy Haraldson. Siggys Familie starb durch die Hand von Ragnar, doch statt den Tod ihrer Liebsten irgendwann zu rächen, rettete sie Ragnars Söhnen das.

Vikings Charaktere

Klickt euch hier durch die ersten Ablichtungen der unterschiedlichen Charaktere, der neuen ProSieben Serie Vikings. Vikings ist eine kanadisch-irische Fernsehserie, die lose auf den Erzählungen um den legendären Wikinger Ragnar Lothbrok, dessen Söhne und der. "Vikings" handelt von Wikinger Ragnar Lothbrok und seine Söhne Bjorn, Ubbe, Ivar und Hvitserk. Den Cast und die dazugehörigen Charaktere. The Vikings established and engaged in extensive trading networks throughout the known world and had a profound influence on the economic development of Europe and Scandinavia. He is the most responsible of Aslaug's sons, he does not initially take part in Viking raids, preferring to stay home and protect Kattegat. Der Tag Danach Deutsch Ganzer Film the western seas, Scandinavian expansion touched practically every possible point. They spoke the language of Elfdalianthe language unique to Älvdalen. Textile Society of America Symposium Schloss Einstein Seelitz. Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård). Floki ist ein spaßiger Geselle und ein guter Freud Ragnars. Vor allem aber ist er ein genialer Schiffsbauer, der im Geheimen mit Ragnar. Floki. Gustaf Skarsgård als Floki in Staffel 1 von Vikings fullscreen. Floki ist einer der exzentrischsten "Vikings"-Charaktere. Bild: © Twentieth. Klickt euch hier durch die ersten Ablichtungen der unterschiedlichen Charaktere, der neuen ProSieben Serie Vikings. Vikings, Staffel 5, Episode Wenn Charaktere und Handlung nicht aber Floki und die anderen Charaktere in Island bleiben ziemlich blass. Diarmaid Murtagh. Ragnars Vertrauter Athelstan wird von Floki, Kathleen Freeman dem Angelsachsen nie vertraute und eifersüchtig auf dessen gutes Verhältnis zu Ragnar war, ermordet. Danila Kozlovsky. Elinor Crawley. Die Gemeinschaft beginnt zu zerfallen. David Lindström.

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Alexander Ludwig. Bjorn Lothbrok. Georgia Hirst. Clive Standen. Travis Fimmel. Ragnar Lothbrok. Jordan Patrick Smith. Ubbe Lothbrok.

König Harald Schönhaar. Jennie Jacques. Hvitserk Lothbrok. Maude Hirst. John Kavanagh. Moe Dunford. Alyssa Sutherland. Linus Roache. König Egbert von Wessex.

George Blagden. Jessalyn Gilsig. Jasper Pääkkönen. Vikings is a historical drama TV series on the History Channel.

The story follows the legendary Viking chieftain Ragnar Lothbrok and his family as they leave their mark on the world.

But even though the series is historical in nature, the storyline only loosely follows historical fact, being sprinkled with many Norse myths, legendary figures, and plot twists to fill in the gaps.

The story begins in the 9 th century, when the Vikings began making their presence felt around Europe and the rest of the known world. What we hope to achieve here is to take 10 characters from the show and look at their historical or mythical counterparts, to see how fact and fiction diverge.

But in doing so, we may actually end up revealing some spoilers , not only in the show as it is today, but in future seasons, as well.

Nevertheless, even what little we do know about those early Norsemen from the s comes mainly in the from a few heavily biased chronicles of the people they attacked, as well as the glorifying but oftentimes contradicting Viking Sagas, written by their descendants several centuries later.

Of all the characters in the show, Ragnar Lothbrok is by far the most mysterious and controversial.

His name is the first to make it into the history pages, by sailing away from Scandinavia and pillaging settlements in northwestern Europe during the 9 th century.

But on a closer examination of the scanty evidence available, it would seem that Ragnar may have been nothing more than a legendary figure, or even a number of different warriors that bore the same name.

The most credible piece of information talks about a certain Ragnall who led a Viking raid of ships up the River Seine to pillage Paris in But the story also goes on to say that those Norsemen were afflicted by dysentery and their fierce leader succumbed to it.

He also dies several more times, either at the hands of his Viking rivals or during a raid, or is captured by the King of Northumbria and thrown into a pit of venomous snakes — depending on which story you read.

As for the Sons of Ragnar, things start to become somewhat clearer. Now, whether those men were actually his sons or not is still a matter of debate.

In a sense, being a son of Ragnar could be somewhat comparable to how the Spartans identified themselves as descendants of Hercules. Believing it to be Rome, Bjorn also besieged the town of Luni, but was unable to breach its walls.

But once inside, he sprang from the stretcher, and with his small personal guard they dashed to the city gates and opened them for the rest of the Viking force waiting outside.

Laden with treasure, the raiding party headed back home, only to be met by a formidable Moorish fleet at the Straits of Gibraltar. A fierce naval battle commenced and 40 of the odd Viking ships were lost.

The rest managed to reach Scandinavia where Bjorn became the King of Sweden and the supposed founder of the Munsö dynasty.

In the show, Harald Finehair is obsessed with the idea of becoming the King of all Norway. Harald I was the first to claim complete sovereignty over Norway.

Born sometime around , he succeeded his father at the age of 10, becoming the ruler of southeastern Norway. Sometime between and AD, he began a campaign of conquest against the western parts of the country, culminating with the Battle of Hafrsfjord , and the unification of the entire region under his control.

Modern scholars contest the idea of a single battle resulting in the unification of Norway, saying instead that it was more of a several-centuries process.

Whatever the case, Harald only held effective control over the lands he previously had, and probably had a nominal authority over the others. Nevertheless, he formed the basis of a provincial administration, by collecting taxes from coastal trade and by making use of lesser chieftains in charge of different provinces.

He offers himself as a sacrifice at Uppsala. Ruler of one of England's ancient kingdoms and the first to be attacked by Ragnar. He killed Ragnar by throwing him into a pit of snakes and was executed by Bjorn as retribution for Ragnar's death.

Floki's long-suffering lover and wife. Murdered by her own adopted daughter who shortly after committed suicide. A woman of Kattegat and Eyvind's wife.

She joins Floki's expedition to set up a colony. Her brother was killed by Kjetill's father prior to the events of the series.

She is killed by Kjetill. A powerful warlord of an earldom in Götaland. He has a wife, Torvi, and a son, Guthrum. He was killed by Ragnar with the Blood Eagle, for having attacked his people and his family.

King Horik's first son. He is cruel and spiteful. After the death of his father, he seeks vengeance against Ragnar and his family. He ends up marrying Torvi and conspires with Kalf to ruin Ragnar.

He is killed by Torvi after frequently threatening Torvi's son Guthrum. Lagertha's second husband and Earl of Hedeby.

He is killed by Lagertha after multiple incidents of abuse. An influential advisor at the court of King Ecbert. Based on the historical Eadmund of Winchester.

Bjorn's love interest. She has a daughter, Siggy. A scheming troublemaker, and ally of Earl Sigvard of Hedeby. He later betrays Sigvard and helps Lagertha gain power in Hedeby.

When Lagertha rejects his advances, he helps Kalf gain power in Hedeby. In the end, he is injured by Kalf and killed by Lagertha. She has a legitimate son with Aethelwulf, Aethelred, and an illegitimate one with Athelstan, Alfred.

Based on the historical Judith of Flanders. Pretender to the throne of Mercia. She has a brother, Prince Burgred, and a putative illegitimate son with Ragnar, Magnus.

She is stabbed by Judith. Based on the historical Cwenthryth. The rebellious brother of Kwenthrith. Based on the historical Burgred of Mercia.

He is poisoned by Kwenthrith who becomes Queen of Mercia. Prince Aethelwulf and Princess Judith's son. A friend of Earl Kalf's and an ally to King Ragnar.

He is killed at the Siege of Paris. Loosely based on the Norse chief Sigfred who took part in the Siege of Paris — Sinric Sindric from season 5 onwards is a wanderer who taught Ragnar about England and Frankia, and who serves as a translator for the Northmen.

Loosely based on the Norse chief Sinric who took part in the Siege of Paris — Son of Judith and Athelstan. Broadly based on the historical Alfred the Great.

In charge of defending the city from the Vikings. Based on the historical Odo of France. He is flogged to death by Roland on Emperor Charles's orders.

Daughter of Emperor Charles and later wedded to Duke Rollo. Based on the historical or legendary Gisela of France. Count Odo's first-in-command.

He has an incestuous relationship with his sister, Therese. He is assassinated with his sister by Emperor Charles's men. A noblewoman, Roland's sister, and Count Odo's mistress.

She is assassinated with her brother by Emperor Charles's men. Ragnar and Kwenthrith's supposed illegitimate son. After spending most of his life as a hostage he is evicted by Aethelwulf when Ragnar denies being his father.

Magnus eventually starts to consider himself a Viking, converts to the religion of the Norse gods and joins Harald.

He takes part of Bjorn and Hvitserks siege of Kattegat where he suffers from a crisis of faith. Eventually coming to terms with his new identity as a pagan, he tries to scale the walls as the battle turns against Bjorn.

Harald attempts to pull him to safety, but Magnus is shot to death by White Hair, when he fails to protect himself with his shield. Chinese slave belonging to Aslaug.

Yidu becomes protective of the sons of Ragnar. She also forms a close bond with Ragnar, providing him with a drug and becoming his lover.

Later she becomes distressed with the Viking way of life and tries to leave Ragnar. When she refuses to provide him with more of the drug, Ragnar drowns her.

Shieldmaiden and lover of Lagertha. She and Bjorn have a secret affair. She is later kidnapped by king Harald whom she marries. When attempting to warn Lagertha of an incoming attack she is raped by the whaler she tries to bribe.

Soon after she finds herself pregnant and induces Lagertha to kill her during battle, she admits that she was always her true love.

After her death, Harald carries her earring around as remembrance and swears vengeance on Lagertha. Through she married Harald to gain power, she has some feelings for him, trying to have Ivar send troops to help him when Harald is overwhelmed by Lagertha in battle.

She is disturbed by Ivar and fears him. She is later freed and married by Ubbe. Hvitserk remains her lover with Ubbe's consent.

Ubbe eventually rejects her to marry Torvi, causing Margrethe to go insane. Hvitserk takes care of her, but when Ivar has a dream where Margrethe stabs him, he sends assassins to murder her.

This furthers the rift between Hvitserk and Ivar. A Moorish orphan girl adopted by Helga. When Helga brings her to the sack of Ecbert's villa, Tanaruz snaps and stabs Helga and then kills herself.

A nobleman and member of the clergy of Wessex. The leader of Ivar's bodyguards. After Ivar's defeat, he is outcast from Kattegat by King Bjorn.

He turns to banditry and raids the village where Lagertha has retired, killing Bjorn's son Halli in such a raid. Lagertha leads the resistance and eventually kills White Hair in single combat.

Ivar's former slave and love interest. She becomes Queen of Kattegat by marrying Ivar. As Ivar is impotent, she has sex with a slave whom she later murders in order to produce a child.

Freydis claims she conceived the child through magically consuming Ivar's blood. This and Freydis' sycophancy leads Ivar to declare himself a god.

When the child is eventually born, it's deformed. This causes Ivar's ego to crack and he suspects Freydis has fooled him. Ivar leaves the child out to die, turning Freydis against him.

She shows Hvitserk, Bjorn and Harald a secret way through the walls, allowing them to storm Kattegat. As the city falls, she admits what she has done and Ivar strangles her to death.

A Byzantine abbess. Loosely inspired by the historical Kassiani. A violent and bold patriarch of a large family. He is chosen by Floki for an expedition to set up a colony.

Based on the legendary Ketill Flatnose. A Viking of Kattegat who joins Floki's expedition to set up a colony.

He quickly becomes disillusioned when arriving in Iceland and becomes antagonistic to Floki. His wife Rafarta's brother was killed by Kjetill's father, which also makes him antagonistic to Kjetill.

After his son Bul is accidentally killed by Thorgrim, Thorgrim is found drowned. Floki believes Eyvind was responsible.

Eventually Eyvind's daughter in law Thorunn vanishes. Rafarta claims Thorunn was suicidal, which is proven false when Floki produces her hidden body.

Rafarta and Asbjorn are implicited as the murderers and Floki banishes Eyvind and his family from the colony.

It's never made clear if Eyvind was in on Asbjorn's and Rafarta's plot. The family is ravaged by disease and weather and sends Helgi to fetch help.

Helgi brings back Floki, Kjetill and Frodi, along with several of Kjetill's farmhands. The farmhands capture Floki at knifepoint as Kjetill and Frodi murders Eyvind and all of his family.

Kjetill Flatnose and Ingvild's daughter, who joins Floki's expedition to set up a colony.

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Heahmund never actually encountered Ivar or Lagertha. King Aethelred also died, either during the battle, or from his wounds, several days later.

Unfortunately, though, nothing else is known about the Bishop, but he is still venerated as a saint for his valiant fight against the heathens, by both Catholics and Eastern Orthodox alike.

Nevertheless, his early life is shrouded in mystery, as is his nickname. Historians speculate that it may have referred to a skeletal condition, such as osteogenesis imperfecta brittle bone disease , or he was unable to walk for some reason.

In any case, he was a general in charge of the Great Heathen Army that attacked England in , ransacking the petty kingdoms of East Anglia and Northumbria, and capturing the town of York in the process.

Fighting with the English continued well into the s, but according to records, Ivar the Boneless no longer took part in it. In one of the Sagas , Ivar demanded to be buried in a mound somewhere on the English coast, where his remains would guard against any future invasions of the British Isles.

His prophecy held true until , when William the Conqueror came to his mound, unburied Ivar and burned his body, thus lifting the curse and allowing him victory.

His many deeds and victories against the invading Norsemen earned him the byname of Alfred the Great. He was the first English king to make use of ships against the raiders.

He fortified old strongholds and built others in strategic locations. He outsmarted the Norsemen in numerous battles, recapturing the town of London in and paving the way for the future recapture of previously-conquered lands.

He formed strong alliances with Mercia and Wales, and put up a fierce and relentless resistance against the marauding Vikings. But aside from his military prowess, King Alfred is also known for his wise administration and love for learning.

Nevertheless, during his reign, he had many books translated into English some by his own hand , and directed young men of able means to learn how to read.

As was the popular belief at the time, Alfred also thought of the Viking invasion as a divine punishment for their sins.

Alfred also revised the justice system, ensuring greater protection for the weak and vulnerable against the oftentimes oppressive nature of corrupt or ignorant judges.

He also limited the practice of blood feuds vendettas and imposed heavy penalties for those breaking pledges and oaths.

Not only is this not mentioned or hinted at anywhere in history, but more importantly, Rollo lived at a later date than the others.

In fact, he was born sometime around , either in Denmark or Norway, and much later than any of the so-called Sons of Ragnar.

Anyway, he began making a name for himself when he besieged Paris in This was also the first time when the Vikings opted for a prolonged siege of the city instead of a hit-and-run raid.

He also managed to establish a permanent foothold on the lower Seine, and Charles the Simple of West Francia ceded him the lands between the mouth of the River, all the way to the city of Rouen, on the condition that he would defend against any other Viking incursions.

He founded the Duchy of Normandy in and reigned over it until , when he gave the seat to his son, William I Longsword. His sons and followers became known as the Normans and had a tremendous influence over Europe and the Near East.

His descendants conquered southern Italy and Sicily at the turn of the millennium. In old Dano-Norwegian, gaa meant to walk and was in reference to his imposing stature.

Viking men would normally wear a woolen overtunic, linen undertunic, either tight or baggy trousers without pockets, woolen leg wrappings, and waterproof leather shoes.

Viking society was organized into three classes: karls, who were freemen and landowners; jarls, who were wealthy nobles tasked with maintaining the well being of their subjects; and thralls, who were either slaves or bondsmen, the latter having to work for other men until they could pay their debts.

Viking women were able to own property and divorce their husbands, and they often ran their family's finances and farms in their husbands' absence.

The Vikings originated from the area that became modern-day Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. The impact of Viking raids on Europe included a greater Scandinavian influence on language in conquered areas.

The Viking raids also left a literary legacy of sagas as well as an imprint on the DNA of local populations.

The Vikings were made up of landowning chieftains and clan heads, their retainers, freemen, and any energetic young clan members who sought adventure and booty overseas.

At home these Scandinavians were independent farmers, but at sea they were raiders and pillagers. During the Viking period the Scandinavian countries seem to have possessed a practically inexhaustible surplus of manpower, and leaders of ability, who could organize groups of warriors into conquering bands and armies, were seldom lacking.

These bands would negotiate the seas in their longships and mount hit-and-run raids at cities and towns along the coasts of Europe.

Elsewhere, the nonmilitary colonization of the Orkney Islands , the Faroe Islands , and Iceland was clearly accomplished by the Norwegians. In England desultory raiding occurred in the late 8th century notably the raid on the monastery of Lindisfarne [ Holy Island ] in but began more earnestly in , when a force led by the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok — Halfdan , Inwaer Ivar the Boneless , and perhaps Hubba Ubbe —conquered the ancient kingdoms of East Anglia and Northumbria and reduced Mercia to a fraction of its former size.

Yet it was unable to subdue the Wessex of Alfred the Great, with whom in a truce was made, which became the basis of a treaty in or soon after This recognized that much of England was in Danish hands.

Although hard pressed by fresh armies of Vikings from to , Alfred was finally victorious over them, and the spirit of Wessex was so little broken that his son Edward the Elder was able to commence the reconquest of Danish England.

Before his death in the small Danish states on old Mercian and East Anglian territory had fallen before him.

The more remote Northumbria resisted longer, largely under Viking leaders from Ireland , but the Scandinavian power there was finally liquidated by Eadred in Viking raids on England began again in , and the country ultimately became part of the empire of Canute.

Nevertheless, the native house was peacefully restored in , and the Viking threat ended with the ineffective passes made by Canute II in the reign of William I.

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