Viking Blood Eagle

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The blood eagle is a ritualised method of execution, detailed in late skaldic poetry. It appears in just two instances in Norse literature, both sharing certain commonalities: the victims are both noblemen - Halfdan Haaleg was a prince and ̠Aella of Northumbria a king. Both executions were in retaliation for the murder of a father.

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