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Ragnar Lodbrok war ein Wikinger und König in Dänemark, der im frühen 9. Jahrhundert gelebt haben soll. Er ist ein Held in der nordischen Vorzeitsagaliteratur und soll unter anderem Vater von Sigurd, Björn, Hálfdan, Ivar und Ubba Ragnarsson gewesen. Ragnar Lodbrok (Regner Lothbrog, latinisiert Regnerus, altnordisch Ragnarr Loðbrók) war ein Wikinger und König in Dänemark, der im frühen 9. Jahrhundert. Ragnar ist eine skandinavische Form des männlichen Vornamens Rainer. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Varianten; 2 Namensträger. Ragnar; Regnar; Ragnar Lothbrok ist ein Nordmann aus Kattegat. Er selbst soll ein direkter Nachfahre von. Aslaug ist die zweite Ehefrau von Ragnar Lothbrok. 1 Vorgeschichte 2 Staffel 1 3 Staffel 2 4. - Erkunde mls Pinnwand „Ragnar“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Wikinger ragnar, Ragnar lothbrok, Wikinger. Vikings transports us to the brutal and mysterious world of Ragnar Lothbrok, a Viking warrior and farmer who yearns to explore - and raid - the distant shores.
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Ragnar - Kunden, die diesen Artikel angesehen haben, haben auch angesehenAuch kämpferisch betrachtet stellt Ragnar fast ausnahmslos jeden in den Schatten. Um ihn zu überzeugen, prophezeit sie ihm, dass ihr nächster Sohn den Drachen Fafnir in seinen Augen haben würde. Aslaug und ihre Kinder, sowie Siggy und Rollo fliehen ins Landesinnere.
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Tuttavia, la fama di Ragnar rende invidioso il fratello, che arriva a tradirlo ben due volte: prima sostenendo Jarl Borg alla fine della Stagione 1, poi alleandosi con i Franchi nella Stagione 4.
La prima volta, Ragnar perdona il fratello, decidendo di non punirlo. Il loro scontro nella seconda incursione a Parigi segna il culmine del loro rapporto amore-odio, che si conclude nel loro reciproco rinnegamento in quanto fratelli.
Ragnar stringe una grande amicizia con questo personaggio, indipendentemente dalla sua fede cristiana. Infatti la morte di Athelstan segna un grande cambiamento nella psicologia del vichingo.
Inoltre, la regina Kwenthrith di Mercia ritenne di avere avuto un figlio da Ragnar, Magnus. Tuttavia questo viene smentito da Ragnar stesso, che durante la sua prigionia nel castello di Ecbert dice a Magnus di non avere mai giaciuto con sua madre.
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Over a game of Hnefatafl, Ragnar and Horik discuss their future plans. Horik says that he wishes Ragnar to go as his emissary to Götaland's Jarl, for his fame is widespread and he is highly respected in all the Norse lands; he wishes him to speak to Jarl Borg , who claims rights over some of Horik's lands and to get him to abandon his illegal claims.
Horik tells Ragnar that if he can do this, he will be eternally in his debt. The next day, Ragnar's intent in bringing Athelstan is finally revealed.
One of the priests at Uppsala reveals to Athelstan that he has been brought in as a sacrifice. However, it is later learned that Athelstan has not fully abandoned Christianity as was thought, and is therefore unacceptable as a sacrifice to the gods; which needs to be an individual who is both willing and a worshiper of the Aesir gods.
Later on, the question is posed of who shall take Athelstan's place at the sacrifice lest the gods punish all of Midgard. After some deliberation, it is Leif - one of Ragnar's top warriors and loyal friend who agrees to be sacrificed, seeing it as a great honor as the Norse belief says it is.
The next day, Ragnar and Athelstan attend the great sacrifice and watch sadly as their mutual friend is killed.
Leif gives his friends one last smile before Horik brings his sword down on his throat. Sometime after, Ragnar and his warriors travel to Gotland to carry out the duty Horik has given them.
After many days of perilous travel, they reach Jarl Borg's hall, though he is at first inconsiderate of them the Jarl quickly becomes more courteous when he realizes that it is the great hero Ragnar Lodbrok who Horik has sent to him.
Borg has the hero and his warriors seen to and tells him that they will speak again in the morning. Ragnar, Rollo, and Borg discuss the matter of the disputed land.
Borg tells his fellow Earl that the lands in question possess a vast wealth of valuable minerals, and thus he is reluctant to withdraw his claim.
Ragnar states that Horik demands he withdraw and tells him also that the Danish king will pay him whatever price to do so. Borg suggests that perhaps he could instead lease the land to Horik, but Ragnar asserts that he has not been given the authority to make such detailed negotiations.
Borg suggests that perhaps he should send a man to ask Horik and also that in the meantime, he visits the famed ash-tree of Gotland.
The Jarl does ask however that one of Ragnar's men remain as security, and he leaves Rollo with him. He then calls on Floki to travel to Denmark and speak with Horik.
On his way to the ash-tree, Ragnar's men see a woman known as Aslaug , and are enamored of her beauty. They later tell their Earl of their encounter of how she wishes an apology from him for his men's lust.
Ragnar is intrigued more by her wit than her form and tells his men to give her a riddle; 'to come neither dressed nor undressed, neither hungry nor full, not alone and nor in company'.
Sure enough, Aslaug comes to Ragnar as he asked and he is impressed with her intelligence. They later reach the ash tree and marvel at it, for Borg has claimed that it is Yggdrassil; the World-Tree Odin hung himself upon for nine days and nights to find runes of knowledge for man.
Filled with reverence, Ragnar recites a short poem which tells of Odin's great sacrifice. Ragnar and Aslaug later become close, much to Bjorn's distaste and eventually Ragnar beds her.
Bjorn is angered by this and makes Ragnar swears this will never happen again. Seeking to appease his son, Ragnar swears it will be so and reminds his young boy that he loves him.
Aslaug visits Ragnar in the night and tries to bed him once more, Ragnar firmly tells her no and she departs disappointed.
After some time, she reveals to Ragnar that she is carrying his child which Ragnar is shocked by. Floki returns to Gotland and at a feast, is asked of Horik's reaction to Borg's suggestions.
Floki tells the Jarl that Horik remains obstinate - either Borg will abandon his claims to Horik's territory or there will be war.
Borg is angered, and asks Ragnar if he will side with the Danish king or with him. Ragnar is torn by a torrent of conflicting emotions as he realizes the full gravity of what his actions might mean.
On one hand, it seems the gods have shown him to his new wife. But at the same time, he wonders about the family he already has, and of how this turn of events will affect his son.
Ragnar cuts his hand to offer the blood to his patron, Odin and prays for guidance. Ragnar steels himself and goes to Aslaug's chambers with a dagger in hand.
He barges into the quarters of the daughter of Brynhildr with murder in his eyes and Aslaug is terrified of the Earl's wrath. Though the knowledge that this woman might be carrying his prophesied sons gives the Viking pause.
Ragnar places his ear to Aslaug's womb and realizes that what she has said is true, and that this mysterious woman well and truly bears his son.
The revelation brings forth a torrent of conflicting emotion even greater than what was felt before in Ragnar, and on his face is writ a look shock and horror.
Meanwhile, Jarl Borg has sunk his talons into Rollo. Preying upon his jealousy of Ragnar's great success and fame in order to turn the fearsome warrior to his cause.
Though it pains him to do it, the desire to move out of Ragnar's shadow causes his brother to side with the Jarl of Gotland.
Season 2 begins with Ragnar and his men discovering Rollo has betrayed them for Jarl Borg. Ragnar sends Arne to Borg's camp to attempt to talk Rollo out of his betrayal, but Rollo stubbornly refuses, and Arne leaves angry and disappointed.
The two armies face off against each other in a small field. Ragnar stares at the enemy army with pure hatred while Rollo taps into his jealousy and rage to work himself up into a frenzy before the battle.
The two Viking armies fight but are evenly matched as they use the same tactics and battle styles. During the fighting Rollo leaps over Ragnar's line and begins killing numerous warriors, prompting Floki to attempt to stop him.
Unfortunately Floki, even with the aid of two others, is unable to stop Rollo and is defeated even quicker when Jarl Borg joins the fight.
Rollo easily defeats Arne and kills him, lifting him on a spear for all to see. Ragnar and Torstein see this and cut their way through the battle to confront Rollo.
Rollo, realizing he cannot fight his own brother, surrenders, and this ends the battle. After the battle, Borg meets with Horik and Ragnar to discuss terms.
Though Horik offers some concessions Borg insists the land is his, prompting a frustrated Ragnar to berate them both, saying that they should unite to raid west instead of fighting amongst themselves.
This convinces Borg and Horik, who agree to raid west together. Ragnar, Torstein, a wounded Floki and a restrained Rollo sail back to Kattegat, where the townspeople jeer Rollo and mourn Floki.
Rollo's fate is to be decided by a Lawgiver rather than the Earl, as Ragnar is Rollo's brother. The Lawgiver proclaims Rollo should live, as if the gods wanted him dead they would have killed him in battle.
Torstein urges Ragnar to overrule the Lawgiver's judgment but Ragnar refuses and it is later revealed he bribed the Lawgiver.
Meanwhile, Ragnar's family life is further complicated when Bjorn reveals to Lagertha Ragnar had an affair with Aslaug.
Lagertha is enraged and forces Ragnar to promise he will never see her again. This promise is quickly broken when a very pregnant Aslaug arrives in Kattegat.
Ragnar holds a feast to celebrate their arrival, where he drunkenly offers Lagertha to take Aslaug as a second wife. Though Aslaug seems on board with the idea, Lagertha is disgusted and leaves the feast.
Later she decides to leave Ragnar and asks Bjorn to come with her, but Bjorn chooses to stay with his father. When Ragnar is informed she left he chases after her and angrily confronts her for leaving.
She says she must leave as he has humiliated her, and Bjorn arrives saying he switched his mind and wants to go with her. Ragnar tearfully bids them goodbye and watches them leave.
Four years have passed and a fully recovered Floki has built a new fleet of boats for the expedition west. Meanwhile, Aslaug has given Ragnar two more sons and is pregnant with a third.
King Horik arrives in Kattegat early, stating he was too excited to wait, but his excitement is soon dampened by Jarl Borg's arrival.
The tension between the two is evident, and King Horik informs Ragnar he still does not trust Jarl Borg and does not want to raid west with him.
Ragnar is approached by Rollo, who has fallen into obscurity and disgrace following his betrayal and was urged by Siggy to attempt to become part of Ragnar's inner circle once more.
Rollo asks for forgiveness and permission to participate in the raid west, but Ragnar still harbors doubts. He says he forgives his brother, but he will not permit Rollo to sail west with him.
Jarl Borg takes advantage of this and attempts to lure Rollo back to his side, but Rollo simply punches the Jarl in the face.
With King Horik's forces Ragnar sails west, however, rough waters and storms cause them to lose a few ships and throws them off course.
When they land they are viciously ambushed almost immediately but emerge victoriously. With knowledge Athelstan obtained from a captured Saxon, Ragnar realizes he is not in Northumbria, but in Wessex, a completely different kingdom with a cunning and ambitious king.
Horik and Ragnar's forces sack the monastery at Winchester and gain much treasure but gain the attention of King Ecbert, the ruler of Wessex. He invites Ragnar to discuss terms and asks why Ragnar hasn't left with his plunder.
Ragnar reveals his interest in setting up a Viking colony in England, as he has seen how the soil is much better for crops and can provide a better standard of living for his people.
Ecbert hints that he may be willing to give some land to Ragnar in exchange for Ragnar's service in helping Ecbert carry out his ambitious plans.
Ragnar later returns to the Viking camp and tells Horik and his men Ecbert is interested in discussing terms.
Ragnar's joy at the success of his raid is cut short by news that Jarl Borg has invaded Kattegat in his absence and forced his family into hiding.
Ragnar decides to leave immediately but allows Athelstan to remain behind. Unfortunately in the voyage back Ragnar loses most of his ships and soldiers.
This means that even with the warriors Rollo has recruited, Ragnar does not have enough men to successfully retake Kattegat. Ragnar later attempts to have sex with Aslaug but she urges him not to as if they do not wait three days the child will be a monster.
Ragnar ignores her prophecy and forces himself onto Aslaug. Ragnar is met with a pleasant surprise after Lagertha and Bjorn arrive with warriors from Hedeby, a land ruled by Lagertha's new husband, Earl Sigvard.
Ragnar is overjoyed to see his adult son but is awkward around his ex-wife. Despite Lagertha's reinforcements, Rollo says they still have too few men to drive Jarl Borg out of Kattegat.
They need to lure him out where they can fight him in battle. Ragnar decides to burn the winter stores of food to force Borg to come to find them.
Ragnar chooses Bjorn to accompany him and together they succeed. Jarl Borg takes the bait and leaves Kattegat to find those who burned his winter stores.
Borg later fights a battle with Lagertha, Ragnar, and their men, and is defeated. Ragnar triumphantly reenters Kattegat with Lagertha, who is cheerfully welcomed by the village, to Aslaug's concern.
Ragnar confesses to the Seer he loves both Aslaug and Lagertha and wants them both and subtly asks Lagertha to stay with him in Kattegat. Lagertha, however, says she must remain faithful to her new husband and return to Hedeby, but allows Bjorn to remain behind.
Shortly afterwards, King Horik returns from Wessex in defeat, stating that after Ragnar left Ecbert attacked and that Horik and his son were barely able to escape and Athelstan was left behind.
Horik is eager to return to Wessex to get revenge, but with his losses in Wessex and Ragnar's losses in his fight against Jarl Borg, the two have too few men and ships to go west again without a third ally.
Horik asks Ragnar to go back to Jarl Borg and offer him an alliance again, but Aslaug urges Ragnar not to, as Borg forced her and their children to hide in filth and she desires revenge against him.
Ragnar decides to send Rollo, who is now back in Ragnar's inner circle after leading the defense of Kattegat and helping retake it, to Gotaland to talk to Jarl Borg.
Jarl Borg agrees to the alliance and comes to Kattegat with his men. However, Ragnar has Borg's men burned alive and has Jarl Borg beaten and brought before him.
Horik is displeased with Ragnar's decision, as he had urged Ragnar to ally with Borg again and so sees the betrayal as Ragnar ignoring his orders.
Horik's insecurity is furthered when he visits Borg, who tells him that Ragnar may aspire to usurp Horik's throne.
Horik asks Ragnar to hold off on executing Jarl Borg until they find a new ally, as betraying and blood-eagling an ally even a former enemy may dissuade others from joining their alliance.
Ragnar agrees, and when confronted by Rollo about why he keeps making concessions to Horik, simply replies, "He is the king.
With his new ally, any obstacles to the execution of Jarl Borg are gone. In a gruesome and barbaric torchlit ceremony before all of Kattegat's residents, Ragnar inflicts the Blood Eagle on Borg, who suffers his grisly and horrific fate stoically, not crying out, dying like a true Viking and proving himself worthy of Valhalla.
Aslaug's prophecy about bearing Ragnar a monster comes true when she gives birth to a deformed son. Ragnar his legs do not function and he will never walk.
Ragnar urges Aslaug to put the child out of his misery bu she defends him, saying she cannot kill her own child. Ragnar attempts to kill the baby and takes it out into the woods but he finds he cannot harm his own son.
Instead, he leaves him next to the river, where Aslaug rescues him. After deciding to keep the baby Ragnar and Aslaug name him "Ivar the Boneless" for the apparent lack of bones in his legs.
Ragnar, Lagertha, and Horik then decide to sail West again and land back in Wessex. Ragnar sends his friend Torstein to inform Ecbert of their return and Ragnar's desire to discuss terms.
Horik, however, is infuriated as he only wants revenge on Ecbert and sees Ragnar sending Torstein without consulting him as a challenge to his authority.
He forces Ragnar to promise never to do anything without consulting him again, reminding him they are not equal. When Ecbert sends his son, Aethulwulf, to the Viking camp to arrange a meeting, Horik has his son Erlander ambush and kill the envoys on their way back, sparing only Ecbert's son.
This makes conflict inevitable, and Ragnar is angered Horik ruined his chances of negotiating terms with Ecbert. Horik replies by reiterating his authority in making final decisions, as he is the King and is higher than Ragnar.
When the Viking army marches to confront Ecbert's troops, Ragnar spots a small number of Saxon soldiers in a clearing at the bottom of a series of hills.
Ragnar suspects a trap and urges them to wait, but Horik, blinded by his desire for vengeance and his eagerness to assert his authority over Ragnar, orders an attack.
The resulting battle is an overwhelming Viking defeat, and Ragnar confronts Horik, who refuses to take responsibility for the defeat despite leading the army into a trap.
Ecbert later sends Athelstan, who was captured and reconverted to Christianity and the Saxon way, to convey his desire to discuss terms to the Vikings.
Ragnar, Lagertha, and Horik meet Ecbert, who offers them generous terms. Ragnar and Lagertha eagerly agree, but Horik does so grudgingly.
Ragnar and the Vikings return to Kattegat with Athelstan , where Horik has his family come to celebrate the alliance. However, Horik's intentions are revealed when he attempts to lure Floki who has apparently become distant and bitter towards Ragnar to his side.
He first has Floki kill Torstein to prove his loyalty, then informs Floki he intends to kill Ragnar and all his family including Bjorn and Lagertha the next day.
When he attempts to capture Ragnar however it is revealed Floki never did kill Torstein and betrayed Horik's entire plan to Ragnar.Ragnar hört von dem Angriff auf Gzsz Darsteller und reist direkt zurück. Als Ragnar von dem Überfall auf Kattegat erfuhr, kam er sofort zurück und eroberte das Dorf mit der Hilfe seiner ehemaligen Frau Lagertha und seinem mittlerweile erwachsenen Sohn Björn zurück. So wusste jeder, dass Aslaug wirklich Sigurds und Brynhilds Tochter war. Marke: GB Eye Limited. Auch kämpferisch betrachtet stellt Ragnar fast ausnahmslos jeden in den Schatten. Rory Ragnar weist im Zusammenhang mit Ivars Beinamen darauf hin, dass dieser womöglich falsch interpretiert werde. Ragnar ist durchaus in der Lage, es mit einem Hocus Pocus 2 Dutzend Männer alleine aufzunehmen und zu Rocky 5. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für Bücher: "Ragnar Lodbrok". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien. cafe-curioso.eu: Küchen- und Haushaltsartikel online - GB Eye 61 x 91, 5 cm Ragnar Lothbrok Wikinger Maxi Poster, Mehrfarbig. GB Eye 61 x 91, 5 cm Ragnar. In der isländischen Ragnars saga lodbrokar erscheint Ragnar als Sohn vornehmer Abstammung aus Dänemark. Dort und bei Saxo Grammaticus.