Ankhnesneferibre was an ancient Egyptian princess and priestess during the 26th Dynasty, daughter of pharaoh Psamtik II and his queen Takhuit. She held the charges of Divine Adoratrice of Amun and later God's Wife of Amun for a very long time, overall between 595 to 525 BCE, thus during the reigns of Psamtik II, Apries, Amasis II and Psamtik III and until the Achamenid conquest of Egypt.
Between the eighth and 11th centuries, the Vikings left modern day Norway, Denmark and Sweden on bloody voyages of conquest to England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Southern Europe and even North America. Many have long believed that the fearsome Norsemen left their women and children at home in Scandinavia when they took off to settle new lands, but a new study tells a different tale. By tracing the genetic stamp
El TAPIZ de BAYEUX (England, 1080), también conocido como Tapiz de la reina Matilde, es un gran lienzo bordado del siglo XI de casi 70 metros de largo que relata, mediante una sucesión de imágenes con inscripciones en latín, los hechos previos a la conquista normanda de Inglaterra, que culminó con la batalla de Hastings. Desde los años 1980, el original se conserva y exhibe en el Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux en la ciudad de Bayeux, en Normandía. El Tapiz de Bayeux ha sido presentado…
Rollo (c. 846 – c. 931), baptised Robert and sometimes numbered Robert I to distinguish him from his descendants, was a Danish or Norse Viking who was founder and first ruler of the Viking principality which soon became known as Normandy. His descendants were the Dukes of Normandy, and following the Norman conquest of England in 1066 by his son William the Conqueror, kings of England.