The Viking attack on Paris The Vikings rowed up the Seine to attack Paris on several occasions in the th century the first being in The largest raid came in and resulted in a siege that lasted almost a year The city commanded by Odo Count of Paris held out and in October an army commanded by the King of the Franks and Roman Emperor Charles the Fat arrived and bought peace with the Vikings A print from La France et les Franais Travers les Sicles Volume I F Roy editor SaintAntoine
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