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- While longships were used by the Norse in warfare, they were mostly used as troop transports, not warships. In the tenth century, longships would sometimes...
- A longship is a Nordic sea-going ship of the Viking Age. Longship or long ship or variant, may also refer to: Longships, Cornwall, Land's End, Cornwall...
- Longships Lighthouse is an active 19th-century lighthouse about 1.25 mi (2.0 km) off the coast of Land's End in Cornwall, England. It is the second lighthouse...
- Longships were called dragonships (drakuskippan) by the Franks because they had a dragon-shaped prow. The Karve was a small type of Viking longship,...
- The Longships in Harbour is a collection of poetry by Scottish author William McIlvanney. It was first published in 1970. The poems in this collection...
- bringing back coal for the mines. Sank after dismasting. Longships Lighthouse in the distance Longships Lighthouse Cornwall portal Ordnance Survey: Landranger...
- "Lucky Leif and the Longships". Allmusic. Retrieved August 17, 2013. Lucky Leif and the Longships on Amazon.com Lucky Leif and the Longships on Progarchives...
- keyboard was used afterwards for additional sounds. "The Longships" makes reference to the longship war boats used by the Vikings, who invaded Ireland in...
- famous of the Viking longships. It was built for the Norwegian King Olav Tryggvason, and was the largest and most powerful longship of its day. In the late...
- The Hugin is a reconstructed longship located at Pegwell Bay in Kent, England. It was a gift from the Danish government commemorating the 1500th anniversary...