That’s where the Vikings used to hide in the Middle Ages.
Rearden realized suddenly, for the first time, that Danneskjold’s face was more than handsome, that it had the startling beauty of physical perfection-the hard, proud features, the scornful mouth of a Viking’s statue-yet he had not been aware of it, almost as if the dead sternness of the face had forbidden the impertinence of an appraisal.
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Viking raids were not just on the coasts, but also up the rivers.
It was a large open row boat with a tall front and a tall back (like a Viking boat of old)