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Paskal
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The depth would have varied depending on the number of men in the army and the facade to be covered, which is logical, unstoppable argument, so again, nothing else … Unlike some ancient armies. ..

Svínfylking may never have existed, much too complicated for the type of army of the time …

A ‘Viking circular shield-wall’ is a cicular and hollow shield-wall, but all the armies of northwestern Europe at that time had to use it (and even the Scots in the 14th century … ), it is not specifically ‘viking’ …

I get these figures for these formations in the Ian Heath, Armies of the Dark Ages 600-1066, Wargames Research Group …

Now I’m going to use the bayeux tapestry for Norman, Breton, French and Saxon (that’s a pretty good source from you?) But for the Norwegians and Danes – let’s call them that – I do not know how to do it ?

Very important, It should be known also in what types of units the huscarls and huskarls were organized and were deployed on a battlefield …

I guess do not trust the WRG or modern books …

What should you use then?

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