- Skaroaborg, by Thorgils Skarthi, a Viking raider. There is also evidence of much earlier Stone Age and Bronze Age settlements, and remains of a.
- Scarborough 2002
- Viking, Thorgils, nicknamed Scarthi, because he had a hare-lip or cleft palate. Scarborough was therefore Skarthi's stronghold.
- Thorgils Skarthi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Thorgils Skarthi (the hare-lipped) was a Viking raider and poet who, in about 966 founded, Scarborough, England which was then known as Skarðaborg.
- Scarborough origin of name in Casselman's Canadian Words by Bill
- We know because it was recorded in a Viking saga that one Thorgils Skarthi founded the North Yorkshire settlement around 965 A.D.
- England Travel Guide : Scarborough - Eupedia
- Settled since the bronze age, Scarborough was founded by the Viking Thorgils Skarthi ("the harelips") around 966 AD as Skarðaborg.
- Encyclopaedia of the Celts: Flamborough - Furbaide Ferbenn
- Kormak Fleinn (the javelin) and Thorgils Skarthi (the hare-lipped) are traditionally named as the founders (respectively) of these two northern towns.
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