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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records the first Viking raids on England 789 Context
A great Danish Viking army invades East Anglia 865 Context Note
Arab merchants settle on the East African coast 900 Context Note
Beginnings of the English reconquest of the Danelaw 914 - 919 Context Note
Bohemia becomes independent from Moravia 895 Context Note
Danes raid Kent 835 Context
King Egbert of Wessex conquers Cornwall 815 Context
Northumbria falls to the Vikings 866 - 867 Context Note
Persian Buwayhids capture Baghdad 945 Context Note
The Danes begin raids on Sussex 895 Context
The Danes enter Thames estuary and march on Canterbury 851 Context
The Vikings sack the island abbey of Lindisfarne, off the northeastern coast of England 793 Context
Vikings invade Devon 836 Context Note

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