- Sep 13, 2008
At the height of the Viking era in the late 9th century Germanic conquerors hailing from Scandinavia invaded Egypt. The Kingdom and culture that was first forged by these Pagan warriors would endure for centuries, growing to have an immense influence across the Mediterranean World. By the mid 15th century the Egypto-Norse realm was among the most powerful on earth - stretching from the borders of Persia to the Atlas Mountains with Egypto-Norse successor states also existing in Italy, Germany and East Africa. These are the Tales of the Egypto-Norse in the Early Modern world that emerged past the Middle Ages.