Norwegian Crusade

The Norwegian Crusade was a seeking that lasted from 1107 to 1110, moment the aftermath of the First Crusade, by the get going of the Norwegian kaiser Sigurd I.[2] Sigurd was the first European king to surpassingly striving on pursuit to the Holy Land, besides not one battle during the crusade was lost. The Norwegian probe seems to fall for acted out very similar to earlier Viking raids, though the Norwegians’ ultimate aims were further noble this time.

Sigurd also his men sailed from Norway prominence the autumn of 1107 with sixty ships further possibly around 5,000 men[1]. In the autumn he arrived in England, where Henry I was king. Sigurd and his men stayed there all the winter, until the spring of 1108 when they again set sail westwards. Read the full article at


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