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Battle of the Standard, 1138 ⚔️ When they realized they attacked too soon ⚔️ The Anarchy (Part 1)

  • Published on Jan 26, 2023 veröffentlicht
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    Part 1: • Battle of the Sta...
    Part 2: • When the King fig...
    Part 3: • Rout of Wincheste...
    🚩 The Anarchy was a period of civil war and unsettled government in England, often known as The Nineteen Year Winter, that occurred during the reign of King Stephen of England (1135-1154). In this 6-part series I will cover this turbulent period.
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Comments • 672

  • HistoryMarche
    HistoryMarche  2 months ago +45

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    🚩 The Anarchy was a period of civil war and unsettled government in England, often known as The Nineteen Year Winter, that occurred during the reign of King Stephen of England (1135-1154). In this 6-part series I will cover this turbulent period.

    • Dmytro Vasyanovych
      Dmytro Vasyanovych 24 days ago

      Can you share a referral code?

    • LionHeart NARRUHN
      LionHeart NARRUHN Month ago

      I have been searching to no avail. Why isn't there any Irish history. Please we need to know your channel is where I go for history and knowledge.

    • Alison Hilll
      Alison Hilll Month ago

      You just copied this , you're sad .

  • Steve Drugscreensrus
    Steve Drugscreensrus 2 months ago +478

    The Narrator really sets History Marche on top of similar websites. Everything he does is perfect. Makes the story much more interesting.

    • Typicalgold
      Typicalgold Month ago

      @witty joker yep it is al AI generated

    • villamexx
      villamexx Month ago

      He reminds me of the narrator of the WWII documentaries on The History Channel.

    • Eric Grace
      Eric Grace Month ago

      Apart from his pronunciation of English place names which really jars. I mean -Alnwick ?

    • Genadi Krastev
      Genadi Krastev Month ago

      Yes the nararator is great,it has amazing voice

    • Borger
      Borger Month ago +2

      I feel fairly confident it’s text to speech…could be wrong though

  • Juan Ferreira
    Juan Ferreira Month ago +181

    The Anarchy was the historical event in which the fictional conflict of the Dance of the Dragons was inspired by in House of the Dragon.

    • Jack Duncan
      Jack Duncan 8 days ago +1

      @Juan Ferreira Misread your original comment haha

    • Juan Ferreira
      Juan Ferreira 8 days ago +2

      @Jack Duncan the GOT main storyline is based on the War of the Roses while House of the Dragon is based on the Anarchy.

    • Jack Duncan
      Jack Duncan 9 days ago

      Also the war of the Roses

    • ŁKS Łódź
      ŁKS Łódź 17 days ago

      @KANE Aegon II had far superior claim by real medieval standards and his rule would hardly be disputed. Stephen was a mere o cousin of Matilda and Henry I

    • KANE
      KANE 17 days ago

      @ŁKS Łódź wym?

  • Dave XB
    Dave XB Month ago +46

    Based on what you have explained, attacking too early was a mistake. However the real problem seems to have been a lack of discipline, co-ordination, command and control. For example, even if the vanguard had attacked too soon and retreated. The retreating troops could have drawn the now disorganised English into the core Scottish forces. Presumably the fundamental problem being that the forces were loyal to individual barrons instead of a King.

  • Napoléon I Bonaparte
    Napoléon I Bonaparte 2 months ago +297

    It’s interesting how frequently the Scots and English interacted with each other’s courts, let alone their nobles having mixed ancestry.

      xWHITExEAGLEx 20 days ago

      ​@Andrew Fishburn Most English have Scottish/British Celtic ancestry.

      xWHITExEAGLEx 20 days ago

      ​@Josh Pullman The King is Scottish, because of his descent from James VI.

    • justdrop
      justdrop 21 day ago

      @Ford Mulligan It's top 10 but even Paris is more diverse. Toronto's population is nearly half immigrant and leads all cities.

    • Othmar Garithos
      Othmar Garithos 24 days ago

      Is it? We are the same people, would you not expect interaction?

    • Ada Deutsch
      Ada Deutsch Month ago

      david is not a classic scot name.

  • The Ming Warrior
    The Ming Warrior 2 months ago +63

    King Stephen was a great Monarch for the Saxon peasantry & merchants, it was the Norman nobility & clergy that hated him.

    • Tom
      Tom 6 hours ago

      I feel like there is some real knowledge hidden somewhere within that post. Next time, read it through and edit to make sure it makes sense before you post.

    • Lawrence Kelley
      Lawrence Kelley 20 days ago +3

      Homies, ya'll need to learn to write before you start giving history lessons.

    • Rashid Ali
      Rashid Ali 21 day ago

      and if you compare the power and privileges English nobles held to the power and privileges the French nobles held you would Definity now why French nobles of the time rarely revolted against their kings because French nobles where free to operate their own mines glassworks forges and mint their own coins collect taxes in the land they owned as well as fight their own wars and expand their domains and developed their own lands building new villages cities and towns and while they are at it they can collect land rent and trade etc. and paid no taxes to the king and they can build castles while French kings where expected to survive on the income from the royal domain which was fabulously rich compared to other French areas while English nobles where only allowed to use the land they owned as business which meant they can only collect rent and trade and they were obliged to pay taxes to the English crown and perform military service for the English king and to avoid military service they had to pay as well the scutage not just the land tax they paid before and the rent they received from the serfs was affected by the laws that English kings had so basically 25000 pounds that some English kings received had received was more valuable than it seems because it holds more gold in each coin than many currencies of the time so 25000 annually means 150000 annually and dont forget county militias and livies can only be drafted by the order of the king through the shiref so the livies in this battle where due to the kings permision not someone else and the kings litenants had vast power this is why many english nobles wanted hight offices in the government becouse it will generate more hight salaries

    • Rashid Ali
      Rashid Ali 21 day ago

      And don't forget that ealrdoms where not related to earls so it's like bigger prvinces while Shires where like subprovinces sheriff was a governor but after Norman conquest only Shires where given to Shireffs so basically while not hereditary its was God if they at least appointed talented men

    • Rashid Ali
      Rashid Ali 21 day ago

      Many people thought that nobility where the true masters of the mixieval period but English kingdom where not completely powerless but in fact t they had more power than many other european kings if only they copied Alexander the great and his father then they could have had absolute authority and cheaper army unlike expensive mercenaries and knights they could have has at lest 3 times more soldiers under their direct control

  • Bruno Lima
    Bruno Lima 2 months ago +54

    Thank you for featuring these less explored timelines and less known conflicts&battles. Keep up the good work.

  • The French on the hill

    I never heard of half of those battles, and everytime I click on a new video, discovering who is involved is just a treat.

  • El Bandito
    El Bandito 2 months ago +193

    Scotland: England is in chaos, let's invade!
    Scotland 5 days later: That was a bad idea, retreat!

    • Neil of Longbeck
      Neil of Longbeck 2 days ago

      @Fonzie Bulldog that'll be the invasion lead by Richard de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, at the request of a disposed Irish king (Diarmait Mac Murchada) who swore loyalty to Henry II of England in the same way that Harold II had so to Duke William of Normandy? The same Strongbow who was rewarded with marriage to Diarmait's daughter, Aoife. Or is it the invasion by Henry II, and sanctioned by the Church, to bring his vassals in Irekand to heal? The English had sought any involvement in Ireland.

    • Fonzie Bulldog
      Fonzie Bulldog 2 days ago

      England several hundred years back. Lets invade Irland. Must be easy peasy. Several hundred years later still retreating.That was a horrible idea. 😄

    • Neil of Longbeck
      Neil of Longbeck 24 days ago

      @Los Lobos if you've left why do I keep getting messages from you?
      Your ignorance is now showing, there is a difference between fealty and homage. A man could swear fealty to many overlords but homage to only one. The one he swore homage to he had to carry out his feudal duties to. But that homage had limitations, as King John found out as the barons told him. They reminded him that their feudal duties only applied in England and not France, where John was a mere tenant in chief. These men did not gave to serve John outside of England and thus could not be made outlaw. It has to be noted that many of these barons had sworn fealty for their lands in France to the French king in all matters save any where the French king was going against England and had sworn the reverse to the King of England. Thus making themselves exempt from wars in France for either side against the other which makes them immune to become outlaw.

    • Neil of Longbeck
      Neil of Longbeck 24 days ago

      @Los LobosI thought that you weren't going to respond, but in your childishness here you are again. As stated previously the act of homage to an overlord could not be forsworn. If you did you committed a felony, putting you outside the protection of the law. In other words you became an outlaw and any man could kill you without fear. This one one of those facts that destroy your feeble arguments.

  • daniel santiago urtado
    daniel santiago urtado 2 months ago +223

    The Anarchy, one of the worst civil conflicts to ever afflict england... But one that gave rise to it's greatest Dynasty: The Plantagenets.

    • Angelo Zachos
      Angelo Zachos Month ago

      @MilanSemberac 999
      Lies … all LIES ! 🤬

    • Fire and Blood
      Fire and Blood Month ago

      ​@SolidAvenger Well, Martin said a long time ago that Tywin was mostly inspired by Philip IV of France, the Iron King, whom he met in The Accursed Kings book series, but I've always known he's was also inspired by Edward Longshanks, the two have a lot in common, I agree.

    • Lukas Wilhelm
      Lukas Wilhelm Month ago

      @kevin gray that's the norm of the days, you paint angevins as bad but oh let me tell you about princes of moscovy or Mongol khans.

    • MilanSemberac 999
      MilanSemberac 999 Month ago +3

      @Joshua Morgan So proudly English that they were from Anjou in France and preferred to speak their native French rather than English which they claimed was for those lower than them? Nice.

    • Joshua Morgan
      Joshua Morgan Month ago

      @MilanSemberac 999 Frenchmen?
      I'm so sorry that Napoleon surrendered to Englishmen and that France was a defeated Nazi collaborator but don't take that out on English history. The Plantagenet kings of England were proud Englishmen. Henry II has the Gesta Regum Anglorum and Dover Castle, John I has Wulfstann and Corfe wine, Henry III has weatminster ans names his son after anglo-Saxon Saint, Edward I has Glastonbury....list goes on.

  • Jon Baxter
    Jon Baxter 2 months ago +28

    Very interesting period of history. Felt like the world had been turned up on its head.

  • john pijano
    john pijano 2 months ago +72

    If I am not wrong. This period of the Anarchy and this English Royal Civil War, is the foundation for the Dance of the Dragons Civil War in ASOF and in the tv show House of the Dragons

    • ThuKang1994
      ThuKang1994 Month ago +3

      Yep, our history is way better and more complex than any fantasy novel

    • KopperNeoman
      KopperNeoman Month ago +2

      @Daemon Targaryen Final Fantasy Tactics had the most interesting fictional War of the Roses. A lot of it is in the background, because you play as the childhood friend of the new king, and you end up punching the demons behind it all while he resolves the civil war.

    • Sam A
      Sam A Month ago +2

      Yep pretty incredible how slow he writes when he's just plagiarizing/adapting stories anyway. Maybe he'd be faster if he came up with something more original. Anyway he's gonna die before redditors get their book, which is just punishment.

    • SolidAvenger
      SolidAvenger 2 months ago +7

      @Daemon Targaryen is correct. From William The Conqueror to Henry VII's retaking of his family's throne is basically what GoT is based on.

  • Jesse Dawg
    Jesse Dawg 17 days ago

    This is like my third time watching this episode. It's really good. Well done to the team. Please more

  • ȶɦɛʍǟȶʀɨӼɨֆʀɛǟʟ

    I love this channel. History is so awesome & this channel really brings it to life!

  • Mauricio Rousselon
    Mauricio Rousselon Month ago

    Clear and engaging history animation that deserves further consideration. The pop-up dialog globes are just right and funny as hell. Three stars of four for not conveying precise info on the patronage intention since the beginning, making me fast forward after feeling confused…

  • jim morris
    jim morris Month ago +2

    "never interrupt you enemy when he's making a mistake"
    Napoleon Bonaparte.

  • Im Laughinq
    Im Laughinq 2 months ago +23

    thank you for covering this period of transition in English history!

  • Shehan Senanayaka
    Shehan Senanayaka Month ago +6

    brilliant documentary. historymarche one of the best channels in youtube about history. the anarchy one of the most devastating periods of the english history. looking forward to watch more great content from your channel. A fan from Sri Lanka . this led to the takover by henry ii son of empress matilda . brilliant as usual.

  • The BealRutcher (Peter from Holland)

    Fun and interesting. Well done!
    I (as a Dutch) do not know much of your English fights, but I think the Dutch Kingdom also had family in GB and France and Germany.
    BTW, I see that Holland is very much made of water.. 😛

      MATTHEW DOES YT Month ago +1

      you should do some research the english are renowned in world history for the amount of wars and battles they fought

  • Macaroni 80
    Macaroni 80 Month ago +2

    Well done, lads!❤

  • Mohammed Says Rashid
    Mohammed Says Rashid 2 months ago +7

    Most wonderful introduction of that strike & political background ( kings, lords & Noble dynasties competitions amongst themselves for approaching English thrones ) at those times...(History Marche) channel, you are an extremely excellent historical coverage channel. Allot thanks

  • James Clark
    James Clark Month ago +2

    beautifully made and authoritative storytelling

  • 1daveyp
    1daveyp Month ago +12

    Really good video, clear, good looking, well produced. One tiny point, Alnwick isn't pronounced as it's written. The l and w are silent, it's pronounced Annick.

  • SolidAvenger
    SolidAvenger 2 months ago +25

    Quote about King David I of Scotland
    "Few kings more than David I deserve the reputation as “maker” of his kingdom. Although he is overshadowed in popular memory by his descendant, the later “saviour” of Scotland, Robert Bruce, it was David who laid the foundations of the medieval Scottish monarchy and set in motion the changes that created the kingdom that vied with England for mastery of the British Isles."
    - 'David I: The King Who Made Scotland' by book author Richard Oram

    • SolidAvenger
      SolidAvenger 2 months ago +2

      @Croutonium very true. King Philip II of Macedon did allow Alexander to have enough advantages to defeat his domestic Greek rivals and later enhance/upgrade the army to fight Persia in the coming conflicts. Literally reshape the Hellenistic world, and some thought Philip be the thirteenth Greek God had he not been assassinated. Same could be almost said about Frederick The Great when he inherited his father's well trained army for Prussia.

    • Croutonium
      Croutonium 2 months ago +2

      One could draw a comparison to Philip of Macedon in this case

  • Raven Claw
    Raven Claw Month ago +1

    Great video and very informative! Thank you.

  • Broken Bridge
    Broken Bridge 2 months ago +6

    This is going to be one really interesting video series to watch. Great video.

  • devon spencer
    devon spencer 2 months ago +3

    Love the videos always learn so much from with you guys please keep up the grate work!

  • KlumsyK
    KlumsyK Month ago

    Just want to say the porraits are superb. Such depth and character and consistency.

  • andyf10
    andyf10 19 days ago +1

    Great video about a battle I was unaware of...

  • James Ross
    James Ross 2 months ago +3

    Amazing work as always!

  • Khalid khan
    Khalid khan Month ago

    I,love historical events.your voice briefing is excellent

  • Teal Black
    Teal Black Month ago

    Great breakdown of the macro and micro situations!

  • Manuel Apollo
    Manuel Apollo 2 months ago +7

    Keep up with the great job!

  • The Unreliable Narrator

    I swear David is the goat narrator.. it's just not the same when I watch other channels on ancient battles

  • Scott Campbell
    Scott Campbell Month ago +1

    Peace is that brief moment when everyone stands around reloading.

  • King Quad
    King Quad Month ago +1

    Every episode you people make is fanfuckingtastic! Excellent job gentlemen

  • J.F. Fisher
    J.F. Fisher Month ago

    Great work! I'll be checking out more.

  • Jason Donaldson
    Jason Donaldson 2 months ago +18

    I live near Northallerton and there is a monument along the road just outside Northallerton it stands where the standard was raised

    • Jason Donaldson
      Jason Donaldson Month ago +1

      Yes its on the Northallerton to Darlington back road mate

    • Ex Oblivione
      Ex Oblivione Month ago +1

      Is that near Darlington? I lived in Darlington for a while and that place sound super familiar.

  • Rosco Sisco
    Rosco Sisco 2 months ago +4

    Another epic medieval era battle 👌.

  • KHK001
    KHK001 2 months ago +5

    Great video as always HM!

  • mmvti
    mmvti 24 days ago

    hi great work, what program i can use to create animated maps and formations like this?

  • Andrew
    Andrew Month ago +4

    How the hell do you make dots and squares interesting? amazing content

  • Frederick II Prussia

    I'll confess, as much as I love Alexander Doddy as a history narrator, David McCallion has been growing on me for the past couple years
    Always enjoy y'alls videos, keep it up

    MAGA TRON Month ago

    A claimed mistake of attacking early is NOT ALWAYS a mistake, an open mind on the day is needed.

  • Well Wisdom
    Well Wisdom Month ago +1

    Dang. This period gives the warhammer 40k universe a run for their money with so much war.

  • morelenmir
    morelenmir Month ago

    The Cadfael stories are reasonably well researched and occur during the period of the Anarchy and the 'Robber Barons'.

  • pandabear4321gogo
    pandabear4321gogo 2 months ago +3

    I'm about to binge this channel for 12 hours! :D

  • Liberater
    Liberater 2 months ago +4

    I literally just finished a whole documentary about the anarchy and then you release this talk about a coincedence

  • AkodoGarou
    AkodoGarou Month ago +1

    I can see where GRRM got his inspiration for the Dance of Dragons from.

  • Frank Humphreys
    Frank Humphreys Month ago +16

    Can you please add a key for scale? Alot of times I have no idea what scale I am looking at, is it a kilometer or 10 Kilometers? How far did they march, how far away was the enemy, how large was the battlefield? Please help, I watch this channel almost daily. Thx for the content!

  • Hans Spiegl
    Hans Spiegl 2 months ago +9

    Fascinating History unknown to me as Austrian.

    • Neil of Longbeck
      Neil of Longbeck 2 months ago +3

      It's not too well known in England, either. Unless you read the Cadfael novels, which are set in this period.

  • Julian Hall
    Julian Hall Month ago

    Cool.. I've not seen The Anarchy covered before :)

  • Strider
    Strider Month ago

    Another great video!

  • Seala Pest control
    Seala Pest control Month ago

    "Thus, though we have heard of stupid haste in war, cleverness has never been seen associated with long delays."

  • Grassman Lawncare
    Grassman Lawncare Month ago

    The trick is to make them think you’re attacking early, then quickly make a U-Turn, like the Roman Slayer 🤙🏼

  • V_Cpt- Phasma_V
    V_Cpt- Phasma_V Month ago +1

    i imagine this war is what inspired the dance of dragons in ASOIAF, not surprising considering ASOIAF is essentially entirely based upon British history

  • Darren Knorr
    Darren Knorr Month ago

    Could you Imagine trying a timely battle plan with hundreds of raging Scotts in the front ranks 👀😐⚔️⚔️😬
    Best to keep them 2 kms back of the line, so by the time you need them, they will have rampaged into action. 😆

  • Tex
    Tex Month ago +1

    “A sacrifice to the algorithm” love that hahaha.

  • Ex0dus111
    Ex0dus111 Month ago

    Damnit! Had David not chosen to retreat, but joined Henry in a pincer maneuver, they would have won easily.

  • The Awesome Man
    The Awesome Man Month ago

    "Dance of the Dragons" sounds like a more poetic name for this English civil war than "Anarchy".

  • Anass Echaoui
    Anass Echaoui Month ago

    I love ur vids man, keep it up, but wouldn’t it be better to not put a “spoiler” in your captions? As in other videos, where for example u put the outcome of the battle in the title, which I find a lil annoying, since I see the battles as episodes, I’d rather not know who wins beforehand, if u get me. Otherwise, I really like your style of videos👍🏽

  • Petre Piscoi
    Petre Piscoi Month ago

    it's been a while since I came here, still nice! Good job!

  • The Crusader Historian

    Thanks for a great video!

  • Ken Webster
    Ken Webster Month ago

    Well attacking immediately upon arrival at Stamford Bridge worked out extremely well for Harold Godwinson.

  • Eurtun Wagens
    Eurtun Wagens 25 days ago

    Excellent narrative.

  • Xander Piz
    Xander Piz Month ago

    This is to me how 'news' really should be reported. Calmly, succinctly and strangely with character and depth without being overtly political.

  • Mark Faraday
    Mark Faraday Month ago

    Great stuff!

  • hentaioverwhelming
    hentaioverwhelming 2 months ago +4

    At 16:30:
    "Don't call me Shirley"
    I didn't think I'd see an Airplane joke here. Well done.

  • Marccan
    Marccan Month ago +3

    Another video about English history, keep it on... Sarcasm aside, you are great channel but would be nice to hear about lesser known but also epic battles, such as Posada 1330, Kulikovo 1380, Rozgony 1312, Clontarf 1014, Aljubarrota 1385, Navas de Tolosa 1212, Guadalete 711 or dozens of other reconquista battles, Zemun 1167, Serres 1196, Mokra and Torvioll or other battles of Skanderbey? The battle of Zara in 1346 was a massive fight between 30-55 000 soldiers (16-25 000 Venetians, 20-30 000 Hungarians and Croatians) and included naval forces (30 Venetian galleys bombed the attackers and then landed behind their back). And how many lesser known battles thorough Africa and are Asia still to be told! Hope you guys will do these topics some day.

  • Sam du Maquis
    Sam du Maquis Month ago

    Your work is fantastic

    AFAQUE AHMED Month ago +1

    French and the Scots should have a match on who was England's better rival .

  • Nicholas Wilson
    Nicholas Wilson 2 months ago +1

    Love how these are history lessons with a wee battle at the end as reward. This was not much of a battle it seems, with the Scots basically defeating themselves while the English waited and reacted.

  • wedgeantillies66
    wedgeantillies66 2 months ago +5

    Major problem of Stephen's reign is that he was too full of mercy and chivlarly when it came to dealing with his opponents and letting them go free when they were in his power, instead of setting an example and acting ruthlessly by imprisoning, exilinf or executing them as traitors and rebels. It what his uncle would have done in his place.

  • Operation Highjump
    Operation Highjump Month ago +1

    awsome as usual thank you for the vid

  • Rob Babcock
    Rob Babcock 2 months ago +1

    Great video!⚔🔥👏

  • Tyler Campbell
    Tyler Campbell Month ago

    The soundtracks Epic History and Kings and Generals use are God-Tier, but HistoryMarche definitely has the best narrator. Hands down.

    • James McLeod
      James McLeod Month ago

      Dude, imagine if all 3 of the channels collaborated on a docuseries.

  • Jerome S
    Jerome S Month ago

    excellent as always

  • Boomer04888
    Boomer04888 Month ago

    Channels like these remind me of the prime days of the History Channel, before it turned into alien conspiracies and people sorting through shipping containers of garbage.

  • John Irby
    John Irby Month ago +8

    Attacking first is not ideal. Unless you are Alexander...the dude straight up charged at the Battle of the Granicus, Issus, Gaugamela. His rapid advances were shocking, brave, borderline foolish but resoundingly successful.

    • Hubert
      Hubert Month ago

      he had good cavalry, charging uphill on foot is different thing

  • too-da-loo
    too-da-loo Month ago

    I was born in Northallerton.. Never knew there was a battle there.

  • CaQ
    CaQ Month ago

    This is what happens when you don’t get Blacksmith upgrades in AOE.

  • David Hughes
    David Hughes 2 months ago +3

    The common soldier didn't have much to say but to try to live to see his family again.

  • Adam Podlewski
    Adam Podlewski Month ago

    I read [Battle of the Stalingrad, 1138] and I thought that someone really attacked early.

  • Constitutional Hermeneutics-

    My ancestor William De Corbeil- Arch bishop of Canterbury directly contributed to this conflict! so damn proud! None of the chroniclers doubted his piety, even when they named him a perjurer and a traitor for his coronation of Stephen. Unser Historische.

  • csp4126
    csp4126 Month ago

    Enjoyed a Lot👍👍

  • GeneralAigullletes
    GeneralAigullletes 2 months ago +2

    Could you please list the exact songs used in each one of these video? Thank you!
    Watching further, I have to edit this comment to say it's been another great video as always. One quality of this channel I appreciate is the narrative style that is used in your writing, especially how the videos start with a little climactic trailer to what's to come.
    Also this is literally such a bad HOTD knockoff, SMH, stop ripping off the originals...

  • Chalino Falcone
    Chalino Falcone 25 days ago

    "It was the twenty-fourth evening of December, the eve of the winter solstice--the eve of the birth of Mithras; and quite soon now, in camps and forts wherever the Eagles flew, men would be gathering to his worship. In the outposts and the little frontier forts the gatherings would be mere handfuls, but in the great Legionary Stations there would be full caves of a hundred men. Last year, at Isca, he had been one of them, newly initiated at the bull-slaying, the brand of the Raven Degree still raw between his brows."
    [The Eagle of the Ninth, Rosemary Sutcliff, 1954]

  • Dream’s Father
    Dream’s Father Month ago

    the father didn’t fight. he just fled.

  • Byron
    Byron 20 days ago

    Makes sense. You want to wait until they're hungry and demoralized. However, his Amy may have been hungrier, which may have forced his hand.

  • Tulio Flaco Marón
    Tulio Flaco Marón Month ago +1

    Español, español, español. Subtítulos en español, por favor!

  • szpinak222
    szpinak222 2 months ago +1

    16:28 Always appreciate a Leslie Nielsen reference

  • Chase Christopher Murray Dolan

    Just saying but I can’t wait to see the battle of Fontenoy video that you are doing with Warhawk.

  • Beacher2
    Beacher2 Month ago

    Great presentation of a complicated subject

  • The13thRonin
    The13thRonin 27 days ago

    The Galwegians: We demand to lead the charge.
    Also the Galwegians: *Run away because they suck*

  • Tulio Flaco Marón
    Tulio Flaco Marón Month ago +2

    Subtítulos en español, por favor. Es el segundo idioma más hablado del mundo.

  • Ivor Fernandes
    Ivor Fernandes Month ago

    I sacrifice to you for the algorithm. Good show. Knowledge of the elders always rise to the top of conversation at the table.

  • Stephen Klow
    Stephen Klow 2 months ago +2

    Surely we'll get the next part very soon

  • Aerys
    Aerys 2 months ago +1

    Nice ! But where do you take the pictures for the personages? Their look realy badass

  • pastorofmuppets
    pastorofmuppets Month ago +1

    Ground News is very good.
    As was this video. Thanks.

  • Majorianus
    Majorianus 2 months ago +1

    wow. great video! Thank you so much