Canute and his queen from Hyde Abbey, medieval woodcut, England : Stock Illustration
Canute and his queen from Hyde Abbey, medieval woodcut, England : Stock Illustration

Canute and his queen from Hyde Abbey, medieval woodcut, England

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Cnut the Great (circa 985 or 995 12 November 1035), also known as Canute or Knut, was a Viking king of Denmark (Cnut II), England, Norway and parts of Sweden. As a statesman, with notable successes in politics and the military, and the importance of his legacy if now obscure Cnut seems to have been one of the greatest figures of medieval Europe.

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