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2021.12.04 12:51 CrinkleDink According to TimeGhost, the Vikings never existed.

The title is their claim, don't shoot the messenger! Video for context:
I was not a fan of the recent TimeGhost episode on the Vikings. I will make a disclaimer and say that I really like their content, in particular the Great War channel and WW2, and listen to them often. When it comes to those channels, there is a deep historical authenticity and I can tell they are well-researched. But alas, their thesis on the Vikings feels misguided, and may fall into the issue of “bad history”. It is not because of what they said, but rather, the lack of what they said in my opinion.
(Secondary Disclaimer: Forgive me for putting a lot of sources based on the English side of things, it was my speciality for this era of history and one I know best.)
First of all, let me address this point: they did a good job on discussing the problems with the term “viking” as there is much debate. From what I have researched, their claim on nobody of the era referring to the Norsemen as “Viking” seems largely correct. In The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle it refers to the Norse as either “Heathen Army” (the sons of Ragnar Lodbrok according to Norse Sagas) or “Danes”. Asser, the chronicler of King Alfred, also refers to them as such. Asser claims to be a contemporary source.
(Though some debate over Asser’s authenticity has arisen. In particular, Alfred Smyth of the University of Kent had claimed that a monk from the 10th century had written it as a forgery. He has been contested by other scholarship such as Simon Kenyes and arguments from historians before him, like Dorothy Whitelock, who argues it is too well-researched to be a forgery. I’m of the historical opinion that it is genuine.)
But besides that point, the main thesis that TimeGhost is presenting seems to be arguing that Vikings were never an ethnicity. I agree with this claim, but mostly because I have failed to see any historians saying the contrary. The problem is how the argument is presented.
From the video’s description: Vikings: Scandinavian a people from Scandinavia, or a bunch of multiethnic seafaring barbarians who pillaged, raped, and conquered their way through more than three centuries of European history? Or maybe they never existed at all?
The last sentence is erroneous. I understand trying to pose a question to debunk cultural misconceptions, but to question whether they never existed is silly. The term is a later creation, as they argue, but that is not the way the sentence is worded. When someone says “Viking” in a historical sense, it refers to the vast groups of historical peoples of Scandinavia who raided, plundered, and settled in places like Novgorod, Jorvik, and Normandy. That seems to be the popular historical understanding. We have plenty of sources and archeological evidence to confirm these events and people existed. So the last question is erroneous.
1:00. What do we constitute “little” for the mid 7th-11th century? From a modern perspective, yes sources are rather lacking. For the time, however, we can assume that sources like The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Life of Alfred, some of the Norse Sagas including the Sons of Lodbrok and the Saga of Erik the Red, and once again archeological evidence gives us a pretty good idea of the happenings. (I know the Norse Sagas fall under legend, but some of their claims have been proven true, such as L’Anse aex Medows confirming some of Vinland, means there is an element of truth to some of them.) For the time, I think even having contemporary historical sources is incredible.
1:15. Besides the archeological evidence, primary contemporary sources, and cultural sagas to be based off of?
1:19. Definitely, there is conjecture. But why do they leave out primary sources of the era? Do they simply not believe the Chronicles of the 9th-11th centuries as genuine? If they don’t, why not discuss this? And who are these secondary sources and archeological findings they are discussing? This is unusual for TimeGhost and affiliated channels. They usually name historians and sources.
1:30. Migration, sorta, but does not explain the whole picture. Care to explain, TimeGhost, why this migration was happening? Or some of the grittier details? From what I understand, Dean Dudo of St. Quentin observed these migrations happened because the Vikings were polygamous which resulted in rapid overpopulation, thus leading the Norse to need to find new places to settle. Rudolph Poertner in his book The Vikings suggests this rapid population expansion was because the Norse people switched economically from animal husbandry to preferring an agricultural lifestyle. With this in mind, we have a motive for the Norse: they gain a generation overpopulated, and not nearly enough food or resources to supplement it. It was good as any excuse to enter the stage of Western and Eastern European affairs.
1:40. The Vikings never existed as a self professed ethnicity, true. (We see in the Norse Sagas they tend to be identified by families.) But who historians often refer to as “Vikings” did indeed exist. Is this pedantic? Sure, but the wording here is erroneous and deceptive. I argued about this above, no need to be repetitive.
2:43. They are largely correct to say the Norse of the 7th-11th centuries participated in trade. I do find it strange how quickly the problem of slavery is glossed over, as well as concubines. Andrew Lawler of National Geographic made the observation on how crucial slaves were, as they would row the knorr boats and served as a lower class to work since the Norse were tribal in those days. Slaves also served as a cheap option when it came to levies, using them for superior numbers against the their neighbors or kingdoms they planned to invade. According to Robert Fergueson in his book, The Vikings, the Norse would even occasionally kill slaves to serve their masters in the afterlife. They were deeply engrained.
2:56. Nidell mentions slaves in this sentence again, but they are passed over again rather quickly.
3:23. So what is the point here? Of course Saxons and Franks were once Germanic tribal peoples. By the 8th century, however, they were morphing into new ethnicities, and they were resembling Roman Catholic law and forming feudal kingdoms across Western Europe. I think it would be wrong to proclaim that Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms, such as Mercia and Wessex with their complex currency system, creation of burhs, organized levies, and complex law code were similar to the tribal laws that the Norse followed. This is not to say the Norse did not have complex law codes, but to an extent it was different and based on pagan religion, instead of Catholic expectations of Christendom. Robert Fergueson’s The Vikings gives a deep insight to the expectations of Viking law based off their religion. These are two very different ways of life. I fail to see a comparison beyond this being nothing more than an interesting piece of trivia on origin.
3:47. Sons of Lodbrok? The Saga of Erik the Red? Surely there is a lot of reality in those, considering we have, again, archeological evidence and contemporary sources that support them.
4:12. Yes, part of something else. So why are they comparing it to the narrative of Britain’s history of the Norse? Also, English history does not fail to mention the migratory patterns of the Norse. Have they read the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle? Alfred’s treaty of the Danelaw? King Knut of the North Sea? Normandy? All of these things were mentioned by western sources at the time.
4:28. What? Yes the Nazis tried to reinvent German history. However, I fail to see how that is supposed to debunk why the “Vikings” never existed? I get we’re destroying the popular image of them with horned helmets and being like Conan the Barbarian, but vikings were totally violent peoples. That is undeniable, and they even admit to it.
4:35. That is just… wrong. Archeology is the preferred research yes, but if anything it has led to some credit for these sagas, as mentioned above. Even then, ignoring the sagas, we still have those medieval primary sources! Why are we forgetting those?
4:49. If “integration” means being raided by the Norse and then having to give them land after aggressive invasions across Europe, then yes. Sometimes they were peaceful, but they also were aggressive. The fact that their aggressive expansion is so downplayed in that statement is mind-boggling. There is a good reason the Norse were so feared and recorded. I would argue King Alfred of Wessex purposefully commissioned the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in fear that the Saxons would be wiped out and desired to preserve their history and culture. It was that deep of a concern. Alfred himself was a man of Biblical interests and well-read, and he purposefully built up burhs and defenses across his holdings after the Danelaw was formed because he knew how dangerous these Vikings were after nearly losing his kingdom to them. Why not consider contemporary conceptions, TimeGhost?
4:57. If you read the sources, you’d know that they totally engaged in brutal, bloody conquest in order to settle. That was how Normandy and Jorvik were formed in the first place. In fact, according to the sagas, the Norse seem quite proud of their brutal, bloody conflict and how it established their families and clans across Europe. Even if we ignore the sagas this is still blatantly wrong. How else was the Danelaw or Normandy formed? It is fair to make the assessment of the Norse in those times upholding violence. Rudolph Poertner mentions how even killing was expected and almost normal in Norse culture.
As a final remark, I mentioned this in the Free For All Friday, but this video is not nearly as well sourced as their other content. A single link to a website called Viking Archeology. Hilariously on their website they ask to “Feel free to use material from this site, but please remember to give a proper reference for any material that you use.” TimeGhost’s description only gives a single link with no references to authors, studies, research, etc. that the site offers. This is strange behavior for the TimeGhost crew, I would think with how well-researched they usually are, they would bother to at least link some specifics.
But I digress. Hey, do me a favor, faithful peruser, and read some of these books and articles below, they will give deeper insight to the history of the Viking age.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Translated by G. N. Garmonsway. London: Everyman’s Library, 1953.
Cathcart, Brian. “Historians at odds over claim that Alfred the Great's ‘Life’ was a fake,” Independent, March 24 1996. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/historians-at-odds-over-claim-that-alfred-the-greats-life-was-a-fake-1343773.html
Ferguson, Robert. The Vikings. New York: Penguin Group, 2009.
Heath, Ian. The Vikings. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, Ltd, 1985.
Lawler, Andrew. “Kinder, Gentler Vikings? Not According to Their Slaves”. National Geographic, December 28, 2015. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/12/151228-vikings-slaves-thralls-norse-scandinavia-archaeology/
Poertner, Rudolf. The Vikings: Rise and Fall of the Norse Sea Kings. Translated and Adapted by Sophie Wilkins. London: St. James Press, 1971.
The Saga of Erik the Red. https://sagadb.org/eiriks_saga_rauda.en
The Sagas of Ragnar Lodbrok and his Sons, translated by Ben Waggoner. Troth Publications, 2009.
Whitelock, Dorothy. “The Genuine Asser” in The Stenton Lecture 1967. Reading: University of Reading, 1968.
Williams, Gareth, Peter Pentz and Matthias Wemhoff. Vikings: Life and Legend. London: British Museum Press, 2014.
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