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@Lucky Charm wrote:

 

I mean Ivar the Boneless (and that can be interpretted maaannnnny ways....lol) was such a fierce character, so for the story to end was more like how Scarlett O'Hara would act on the battlefield.

 


@Lucky Charm  Naughty, naughty  eusa_naughty.gif

In real life Ivar/Ivan had many "sons." (these Vikings never seemed to have and/or acknowledge daughters.)

If you research Ivar/Ivan The Boneless, you will find he lead an interesting life.  He even lived long enough to become a "senior" by our standards according to the The Anglo-Saxon & Viking Chronicles. 

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Re: Vikings Series Finale

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@Mz iMac wrote:

@Lucky Charm wrote:

 

I mean Ivar the Boneless (and that can be interpretted maaannnnny ways....lol) was such a fierce character, so for the story to end was more like how Scarlett O'Hara would act on the battlefield.

 


@Lucky Charm  Naughty, naughty  

In real life Ivar/Ivan had many "sons." (these Vikings never seemed to have and/or acknowledge daughters.)

If you research Ivar/Ivan The Boneless, you will find he lead an interesting life.  He even lived long enough to become a "senior" by our standards according to the The Anglo-Saxon & Viking Chronicles. 


Oh I know he and a *Floki*, et al, existed.  

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I just thought it was ludacris that a boat load of people afloat for how long and they *happen* upon Floki---in a tree house much less?  Come on....!

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