Cnut the Great  (Old Norse: Knútr inn ríki;  c. 995  – 12 November 1035), more commonly known as Canute, was a king of Denmark, England, Norway and parts ...
Canute (or Cnut) I, or Canute the Great (Old Norse: Knútr inn ríki, Danish: Knud den Store, Norwegian: Knut den mektige) (994/995 – November 12, 1035) was king of ...
Canute (Knud) The Great ... So spoke King Canute the Great, the legend says, seated on his throne on the seashore, waves lapping round his feet.
Canute (or Cnut the Great) (ca. 995–12 November 1035) was a Viking King of England, Denmark, Norway, part of Sweden and governor or overlord of Schleswig and Pomerania
Profile of the reign of Canute 'The Great'. ... Son of Sweyn, Canute became undisputed King of England in 1016, and his rivals (Ethelred's surviving sons and Edmund's ...
Canute conquered large parts of England, taking the crown in Denmark and Norway, and built a formidable -- if short-lived -- empire.
Canute the Great ; The Cup of Water [Michael Field] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated ...
Early career Edit. Canute was the son of king Sweyn Forkbeard of Denmark and his queen, the daughter of Mieszko I of Poland. Little is known about his life before 1013.
Knut (Norwegian and Swedish), Knud , or Knútur (Icelandic) is a Scandinavian first name, of which the anglicised form is Cnut  or Canute.
Canute (I), byname Canute the Great, Danish Knut, or Knud, den Store, Norwegian Knut den Mektige (died Nov. 12, 1035), Danish king of England (1016–35), of Denmark ...