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A member of the bodyguard or household troops of a Danish or Anglo-Saxon king or noble. housecarl [ˈhaʊsˌkɑːl]. n.

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Guests, house-carls, serving-maids, outlaws, etc. The action takes place . you; Gunnar Headman's house-carls are hunting me to slay me.
as Literary Centres around 1200
He himself belonged to a group of warriors - or in the phrase of the eminent Saxo scholar, Ellen.
or confirmations of grants by Cnut to some of his housecarls.10.

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Housecarl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Housecarls were well-trained, full-time Anglo-Saxon soldiers who were paid for their services. They wore a short mail-coat called a byrnie.
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Housecarls - definition of Housecarls by the Free Online Dictionary
A member of the bodyguard or household troops of a Danish or Anglo-Saxon king or noble. housecarl [ˈhaʊsˌkɑːl]. n.

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