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hime1999:

Eden’s fault. 

HOW PORTUGAL MET DENMARK
In 844, many dozens of drakkars appeared in the “Mar da Palha” (“the Sea of Straw”, mouth of the Tagus river). After a siege, the Vikings conquered Lisbon (at the time, the city was under Muslim rule and known as Al-Ushbuna).
They left after 13 days, following a resistance led by Alah Ibn Hazm and the city’s inhabitants. Another raid was attempted in 966, without success. 

Pictured, left to right: Norway, Denmark, Omayyah, Lisboa, Portugal. Not pictured: Sweden and Abbas headslapping.  

hime1999:

Eden’s fault

HOW PORTUGAL MET DENMARK

In 844, many dozens of drakkars appeared in the “Mar da Palha” (“the Sea of Straw”, mouth of the Tagus river). After a siege, the Vikings conquered Lisbon (at the time, the city was under Muslim rule and known as Al-Ushbuna).

They left after 13 days, following a resistance led by Alah Ibn Hazm and the city’s inhabitants. Another raid was attempted in 966, without success. 

Pictured, left to right: Norway, Denmark, Omayyah, Lisboa, Portugal. 
Not pictured: Sweden and Abbas headslapping.  

Arquivada em pic headcanons oc: omayyah oc: lisboa APH: Portugal APH: Denmark APH: Norway