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Join historian Dan Snow as he explores the places that shaped England’s story, in this exclusive series with History Hit. In this episode, Dan visits Lindisfarne Priory on Holy Island in Northumberland. Today it’s a tranquil and spiritual place, but in the late 8th century it was the scene of a brutal raid that ushered in the beginning of England’s Viking age. Find out more about the Viking raid on Lindisfarne: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: 🤍 FIND A PLACE TO VISIT: 🤍 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: 🤍 FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: 🤍 FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: 🤍
One of the most savage events of the Medieval period was the Viking Raid on Lindisfarne which took place in AD793. The raid struck right at the heart of Christianity in the British Isles and it cemented the Viking's reputation as a brutal and warring group who would stop at no means to seize riches and wealth. To understand how brutal the attack on the Holy Island was then we need to first look at Lindisfarne as a settlement. A monastery was established on the island by Saint Aidan, and then his work was carried on by St Cuthbert the patron Saint of the North. The island was incredibly peaceful and everything revolved around the priory which was staffed by monks who would devote their lives completely to God and Christianity. However in 793, the Vikings would land on the island and would take everyone by surprise. They would brutally and savagely massacre the inhabitants of the island including the monks who were taking refuge inside the monastery. The monastery had also gathered many riches and much wealth and this was a target of the Viking's pillaging as they made off with many incredibly precious and priceless relics and artefacts. They were incredibly brutal murdering the monks, burning down buildings and making off with everything in sight which was worth something. Join us today as we look at the Brutal Viking Raid on Lidisfarne Of 793, and also as we take a look around the incredibly picturesque and beautiful Holy Island. Thanks for watching! Support the channel by subscribing, liking, and sharing. Music: 'I am a man who will fight for your honour. by Chris Zabriskie' Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/theuntoldpast Disclaimer: All opinions and comment stated below in the Comments section do not represent the opinion of TheUntoldPast. All opinions and comments and dialogue should discuss the video above in a historical manner. TheUntoldPast does not accept any racism, profanity, insults, sexism or any negative discussion aimed at an individual. TheUntoldPast has the right to delete any comment with this content inside it and also ban the user from the channel.
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A stereo edit of Lindisfarne performing Meet Me On The Corner on The Old Grey whistle Test in 1971. Many thanks and credit to the "Stardustdays YouTube channel" for posting this fantastic video. Disclaimer: No Copyright infringement intended. I own absolutely none of these videos. (Unless otherwise stated) and make no profit from them. Copyrights belong to their original owners. All music videos, Interviews and Opening Credits posted on this channel is meant for entertainment purposes only.
Holy Island is a tidal island off the North East Coast of England. A monastery was founded here by St Aidan in 634 AD and St Cuthbert became a Bishop here and was buried here. It is likely to have been given the name Holy Island as miracles happened here, people were healed after visiting St Cuthbert's burial place. It has a holy interesting history which I will explain as you watch the video and see the sites. It has been declared as an area of outstanding natural beauty, and it is a beautiful place to go for a day trip. A list of the places you will see: 00:07 Journey across the causeway 01:08 Chare Ends Car Park 01:54 Lindisfarne Mead 03:48 St Aidan's Statue 04:18 Lindisfarne Priory 06:41 Parish Church of Mary the Virgin 08:40 St Cuthbert's Island 09:50 Lindisfarne Castle 10:52 Lindisfarne Shop 11:19 Celtic Crafts 11:42 Pilgrims Coffee 12:49 How to find Holy Island 13:25 Ariel map of the Island 14:18 How to buy tickets to the Castle 14:38 Safe Crossing Times Pilgrims Way Information 🤍 Shuttle Bus Information 🤍 Buy Tickets to Lindisfarne Castle 🤍 Safe Crossing Times 🤍 #holyisland #lindisfarne #stcuthbert
Lindisfarne “Nicely Out Of Tune” 1970 - Progressive Folk Rock UK (full album)
An early TV performance from Lindisfarne on the Old Grey Whistle Test
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Bishops. Manuscripts. Pilgrimage. Wealth. In 793 CE, the island monastery of Lindisfarne thrived in a state of harmony. Then, everything changed when the Viking raiders attacked. Once they discovered Europe's weakness, not even mighty kings like Charlemagne could stop them. They transformed their power at sea into an avenue for conquest and expansion: the Viking Age had begun. Support us on Patreon! 🤍 - (Episode details below) Grab your Extra Credits gear at the store! 🤍 Subscribe for new episodes every Saturday! 🤍 Learn about the disastrous Macartney Embassy that tried and failed to improve British trade relations with China: 🤍 Play games with us on Extra Play! 🤍 Talk to us on Twitter (🤍ExtraCreditz): 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Get our list of recommended games on Steam: 🤍 Troubling omens were recorded in Lindisfarne prior to the Viking invasion on June 8, 793 CE. It was the seat of the bishop for much of Northeastern Britain. Monks in the scriptorium produced some of the most celebrated illustrated manuscripts, and abroad they helped convert the pagans of Britain. Lindisfarne had been the final resting place of St. Cuthbert, so pilgrims often came and enriched the priory and the town. It never occurred to anyone that when strange ships appeared on the horizon, that they might be hostile. The men who disembarked were fierce, unknown, and merciless. They cut down monks in the churches and looted the church... then left. Bishop Higbald survived, and sent the news across Europe. From there, the frequency of raids only increased and raged across all of Europe. The burgeoning flame of Lindisfarne was almost snuffed out. It was the first time in history that the reach of Christianity shrank, rather than expanded. But what about the other side of the story? These "barbarians," who would become known as Vikings, were striking back at a culture that looked down on them, insulted their faith, and tried to swindle them at trade. They had realized how poorly defended these both the British Isles and mainland Europe were, and how rich they were in fertile land. They put their vast knowledge of shipcraft to work and turned trading routes into raiding routes, finding new lands for them to settle. The Viking Age had begun. ♪ Get the intro music here! 🤍 *Music by Demetori: 🤍 ♪ Get the outro music here! 🤍 *Music by Sean and Dean Kiner: 🤍
Beautiful track from debut LP 'Nicely Out Of Tune'. Here in single edit version with different vocal and little bit different mix. Great tune. Bashee playing magician sitting lotus on the floor Belly dancing beauty with a power driven saw Had my share of nightmares, didn't think there could be much more then in walked Rodrick Usher with the Lady Eleanor She tied my eyes with ribbon of a silken ghostly thread I gazed with trouble vision on an old four poster bed Where Eleanor had risen to kiss the neck below my head and bid me come along with her to the land of the dancing dead But it's all right, Lady Eleanor All right, Lady Eleanor I'm all right where I am She gazed with loving beauty like a mother to a son like living, dying, seeing, being all rolled into one Then all at once I heard some music playing in my bones the same old song I'd heard for years, reminding me of home But it's all right, Lady Eleanor All right, Lady Eleanor I'm all right where I am Then creeping on towards me, licking lips with tongues of fire a host of golden demons screaming lust and base desire and when it seemed for certain that the screams could get no higher I heard a voice above the rest screaming 'You're liar' But it's all right, Lady Eleanor All right, Lady Eleanor I'm all right here in your arms
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The attack on Lindisfarne in 793 came from a viking settlement in the North, possibly originating in Norway. It was not the first time that raiders had attacked England. But it was this attack on Christian land that may have begun what is now known as the ‘Viking Age.’ Become a Simple History member: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Copyright: DO NOT translate and re-upload our content on Youtube or other social media. SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get the Simple History books on Amazon: 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA 🤍 Amazon UK 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credit: Created by Daniel Turner Narrator: Lucas Webley Music Credit: Crusade - Video Classica by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Sources: Serious Entertainments: An Examination of a Peculiar Type of Viking Atrocity." Anglo-Saxon England 22 (1993) Livingstone, E. A. "Lindisfarne." The Concise Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, 2013, The Concise Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Gould, Richard A. "Venturing Forth." Dig Into History 17, no. 1 (2015): 2. Daily Life of the Vikings By Kirsten Wolf A History of the Vikings By Gwyn Jones The Viking Age Vol.1 (of 2): The early history, manners, and customs of the ancestors of the English-speaking nations by Paul B. Du Chaillu Icelanders in the Viking Age: The People of the Sagas By William R. Short The Vikings on the Continent in Myth and History SIMON COUPLAND History Vol. 88, No. 2 (290) (APRIL 2003) Weapons of the Viking Warrior By Gareth Williams How the Barbarian Invasions Shaped the Modern World By Thomas J. Craughwell
Featured in Assassins Creed, Last Kingdom, and Vikings, the tiny island of Lindisfarne was the site of one of the first Viking raids on the British Isles. At the time, it was home to a wealthy, undefended monastery which was famous for producing beautiful sculptures and metalwork, and became a major destination for pilgrims. This animation shows you what the island would have looked like when Vikings attacked, and some of the real archaeological remains that have been discovered over the last few years. It's all based on crowdfunded archaeological excavations carried out by DigVentures and Durham Unviersity. Thanks to all the DigVentures crowdfunders and subscribers who made it possible! See more discoveries from the excavations at 🤍 Find out how to take part in the next year's dig at 🤍 See everyone who has supported the research so far digventures.com/dig-team/lindisfarne #Lindisfarne #AssasinsCreed #LastKingdom #Vikings #Northumberland #Northumbria
#northumberland #lindisfarne #holyisland Today we're exploring the historically interesting Holy Island and Lindisfarne. With it's castles, viking heritage and ancient ruins, it's a fantastic place to visit. However, there is a problem... access to the island can only be made at certain times of day for you see, the only road you can use will be submerged under several metres of sea water at high tides. Many people have attempted last minute crossings and almost always have come to regret that decision. In this episode we look at the Lindisfarne Causeway, a road that twice a day is submerged under the sea. Join me in the series you didn't know you needed. We'll be looking at several 'Motoring Oddities' from the smallest, to the largest, to the longest and the highest. It's ultimately pointless but that's half the fun. Twitter - 🤍jonshenanigans
A rarely-seen live performance from Granada TV's 'A Little Summer Music' c.1978. Other songs perfomed include 'Marshall Riley's Army' and 'Juke Box Gypsy' - 🤍lindisfarne.co.uk
Explore the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, including driving across Holy Island causeway and visiting Lindisfarne Castle, with my mother and me. As part of our North of England road trip, my mother and I visit the Holy Island of Lindisfarne in Northumberland. To reach Holy Island, we drive across the causeway to the island. After a look around Lindisfarne village, including a stop at the famous Lindisfarne Mead, we visit National Trust property Lindisfarne Castle. Lindisfarne Castle is a picturesque English castle with an interesting and varied history. After our visit to Lindisfarne Castle, we look around the rest of Holy Island, including the lime kilns, Caste Point, the walled garden and views over Lindisfarne Priory. Then we have to drive back along the causeway before the tide comes in! Thank you for watching our visit to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and Lindisfarne Castle. FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: 🤍EmmaSpears.UK - 🤍 Twitter: 🤍EmmaSpears_UK - 🤍 Facebook: 🤍EmmaSpearsUK - 🤍 EQUIPMENT: (these are all affiliate links - if you purchase via these links I will get a small commission to help run this channel, so thank you! You will not pay any extra) • Main camera - Canon G7x Mk ii: 🤍 • Action camera - DJI Osmo Pocket 2: 🤍 • Handheld tripod - Manfrotto mini: 🤍 • SD card: 🤍 MUSIC: From Epidemic Sound: 🤍 (referral link - I will receive a free month if you subscribe from my link. You will not pay any extra) ABOUT ME: I'm Emma, a self-confessed Disney parks nerd from South Wales. I post vlogs of UK days out, UK holidays, Florida and other fun travels. I post weekly (sometimes twice weekly!) videos of my travels, life and adventures. I hope I inspire you to find adventure everywhere.
Lindisfarne perform "Lady Eleanor" 2003
1 Juke Box Gypsy 2:23 2 Warm Feeling 4:02 3 Woman 3:24 4 Only Alone 3:43 5 Run for Home 4:20 6 Kings Cross Blues 3:45 7 Get Wise 3:09 8 You and Me 3:04 9 Marshall Riley's Army 3:39 10 Angels at Eleven 2:55 11 Make Me Want to Stay 3:55
Recorded Live at Lindisfarne's 25th Anniversary concert at Newcastle City Hall in 1995, assisted by a cast of hundreds...
The Lindisfarne Gospels, c. 700 (Northumbria), 340 x 250 mm (British Library, Cotton MS Nero D IV) © 2019 British Library, used by permission Speakers: Dr. Kathleen Doyle, Lead Curator, Illuminated manuscripts, British Library and Dr. Steven Zucker
Lindisfarne’s 25th anniversary concert recorded in the summer of 1995. Also known as Another Fine Mess. Lineup of Alan Hull, Dave Hull-Denholm, Rod Clements, Ian Thomson, Ray Laidlaw and Marty Craggs with special guest appearances from Rab Noakes, Tim Healy, Kevin Whately, Billy Mitchell and Ian McCallum. 0:00 Intro 2:16 No Time To Lose 5:40 City Song 9:45 Roll On That Day 15:30 Train In G Major 21:14 Old Peculiar Feeling 25:30 Evening 32:45 We Can Make It 38:07 One World 44:34 Squire 49:40 Together Forever 53:05 Lady Eleanor 58:30 Winter Song 1:04:32 This Heart Of Mine 1:10:40 Meet Me On The Corner 1:15:00 Road To Kingdom Come 1:23:08 Money 1:28:10 Run For Home 1:35:45 Clear White Light 1:41:30 Fog On The Tyne 1:46:29 Jackhammer Blues
Full length version of the song Run For Home. Done by editing the parts from the end on to the start. From the fan made compilation Lindisfarne:The Promos.
In 793, a Viking raid on Lindisfarne caused much consternation throughout the Christian west and is now often taken as the beginning of the Viking Age. The D and E versions of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle record: ''In this year fierce, foreboding omens came over the land of the Northumbrians, and the people shook; there were excessive whirlwinds, lightning, and fiery dragons were seen flying in the sky. These signs were followed by great famine, and a little after those, that same year on 6th ides of January, the ravaging of wretched heathen people destroyed God's church at Lindisfarne.'' ''Never before has such terror appeared in Britain as we have now suffered from a pagan race. . . .The heathens poured out the blood of saints around the altar, and trampled on the bodies of saints in the temple of God, like dung in the streets.''
I recently visited Holy Island. It occupies a special place in the memory and story of Christianity in the British Isles. There's history here, but I'm also searching for something deeper as I retrace the steps of the almost mythical Saint Cuthbert. Here are my sources and the books referenced: - Ecclesiastical History of the English People, Bede - Life of St Cuthbert, Bede - Miracles, C.S. Lewis - The Everlasting Man, G.K. Chesterton And I wanted to give credit to the iconographers work found on Google images when searching for the saints here mentioned: 🤍aidanharticons.com 🤍shop.mullmonastery.com DISCLAIMER - This video is for comment and educational purposes. All images and music used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.”
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Part 1 of 2, this short video offers a comparative Viking's account of their raid on Lindisfarne monastery, explaining how they had watched and planned their raid. Complete with keywords & a summary of key points to recap at the end. This video is part of a series of videos created for children and KS2 education. Subscribe to our channel for more 🤍60SecondHistories videos to support teachers and home educators. The Viking 60 Second Histories series is also available to buy on Teachers Pay Teachers 🤍 Viking, Vikings, Raiders & Traders, Lindisfarne Gospels, History for Kids, KS2, Key Stage 2
Around the year 700, the bishop Eadfrith wrote and painted the Lindisfarne Gospels completely by hand. Combining influences drawn from Irish, Germanic and Mediterranean cultures, it’s a stunning example of medieval art and book design. 1300 years later, the Lindisfarne Gospels stands as one of the world’s most celebrated manuscripts. Eleanor Jackson, Curator of Illuminated Manuscripts, brings this collection item into focus. You can explore our digitised version of the Lindisfarne Gospels here: bl.uk/lindisfarne-gospels-manuscript And delve further with Eleanor's new book, 'The Lindisfarne Gospels: Art, History & Inspiration': 🤍 2:40 - The Staffordshire Hoard is owned by Birmingham and Stoke-on-Trent City Councils on behalf of the nation and cared for by Birmingham Museums Trust and the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery. Photo by Birmingham Museums Trust.
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Please donate through PayPal using this link: 🤍 – chdecoded🤍gmail.com Please support this channel on Patreon: 🤍 Please Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 Subscribe to Celtic History Decoded: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 The Viking Raid of the Lindisfarne 1:02 The Holy Island 1:31 The First Viking Raid? 2:44 Travelling to the Holy Island 3:37 Premeditated Psychological Warfare? 5:07 Lindisfarne Today 5:56 Support The VIKINGS are Coming! The Viking Raid of the Lindisfarne (the Holy Island), the First Viking Raid? “These were amazing sheets of lightning and whirlwinds, and fiery dragons were seen flying in the sky.” This is how the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles described the mood of impending doom in early 793 AD. Things only got worse from there. Famine soon followed, and then, one of the most famous events in English history transpired. Sent from hell, as the Christian monks must have thought, Viking boats landed on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne just off the coast of Northumberland today. Driven in part by the gold sparkle of riches, the Vikings laid siege to the bastion of Christianity in Northumbria, where the church of St Cuthbert stood. They sacked the monastery at Lindisfarne in brutal fashion, though to have been on 8th of June, 793. As the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles state: “The woeful inroads of heathen men destroyed God’s church in Lindisfarne island by fierce robbery and slaughter.” This was truly a class of civilizations, with the pagan Vikings striking terror through the lands of Northumbria and beyond. They “laid everything waste with grievous plundering, trampled the holy places with polluted steps, dug up the altars and seized all the treasures of the holy church.” Those pious souls of the monastery were dragged away and drowned in the sea. Yet was this the first Viking raid on the lands we call England today? Around six years earlier, in 787, the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle reports the arrival of “three ships of Northmen” on the coast of Wessex. This band of foreign warriors killed the local official sent to bring them to the King. In 792, the Kingdom of Mercia also had to take defensive measures “pagan seamen.” The raid on Lindisfarne was different however, as it inequivalently marked the arrival of the Vikings on the shores of the land we call England today. It was also an attack on a religious centre of Christianity. The monstarety at Lindisfarne had been established in the middle of the 7th century by the Irish monk Aiden, by the orders of King Oswald of Northumbria, to revitalise the Christian mission in the region. From this base, Aidan would travel to the mainland to spread the Christian word. Given this, it is interesting to wonder if the Vikings were aware of the religious significance of Lindisfarne? From a psychological warfare perspective, attacking such as religious fulcrum was an effective Machiavellian strategy. Did the Vikings have intelligence to understand what they were attacking, or was it simply chance that they attacked such a symbolic religious centre, please let me know your thoughts below? Sources: Britannica, Lindisfarne raid 🤍 26. The Vikings, Lindisfarne, Northumberland. Neil Oliver's Love Letter to the British Isles & the World 🤍 #vikings #history #holyisland
Meet Carol the gardener at Lindisfarne Castle to hear the story of the Gertrude Jekyll garden. For more information about Lindisfarne Castle visit 🤍
Hope you enjoy this video discovering the beautiful Holy Island of Lindisfarne in Northumberland, just over the Scottish Border. Although this channel is mostly about Scotland, I thought it would be nice to add a bit of variety and show you one of my favourite places, about 1.5hrs drive south of Edinburgh, in beautiful Northumberland. Holy Island is a tidal island and a very special place to me. It's very hard to put into words the serenity and spirituality of the island. Lindisfarne Castle is spectacular and very photogenic, and the priory a beautiful ruin to explore, with connections to St Cuthbert, Northumbria's patron saint. The island is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a National Nature Reserve with a wonderful variety of birds species. Please NOTE that this is a tidal island! Please check tide times and the weather BEFORE crossing by car or on foot. Tide tables are displayed at both ends of the causeway. Thanks for watching. I'll be back with a new video soon :-) 🤍
Come with us treasure hunting on The Holy Island of Lindisfarne as we go fossil hunting for the legendary St Cuthbert's beads! Find out about the legend of the crinoid fossils found here and the Northumbrian Saint their named after and stay to watch Alex make a unique ring from our finds! Don't forget to like this video and SUBSCRIBE to our channel for lots more exiting adventures! - it will really help us continue doing what we do! 🤍 For lots of extra content follow us on instagram - 🤍 TikTok - 🤍 Our Amazon Wish List: 🤍 NORTHERN MUDLARKS ETSY SHOP: 🤍 Gail's Durston Tools jeweller's workbench: 🤍 You can support for the price of a coffee on Ko-fi - 🤍 We also have a Patreon page! You can support us with a monthly donation and help make it possible to continue on our adventures and create new videos every week :) - 🤍 Thank you all so much for your wonderful comments, likes and subscriptions!!!!! We are so pleased to have you along with us. If you haven't already, please consider SUBSCRIBING and remember to click the BELL icon to receive a notification when we post a new adventure :) About us: We are Gail & Alex, a mother and daughter mudlarking team from Scotland who share a passion for treasure hunting and history hunting. From rockhounding and beachcombing to mudlarking and bottle digging. We are both experienced amateur archaeologists, silversmiths and artisans, we are often on a treasure hunting adventure! If you think you have discovered a potentially important historic artefact within the British isles please visit this helpful page to find information on how to report your find(s). 🤍 Email us at: northernmudlarks🤍gmail.com Our cameras_Canon M50 with 15-45mm lens & Sony RX100 IV Wishing you peace, love, happiness and good health, Gail & Alex xx #fossilhunting #beachcombing ©Northern Mudlarks 2021
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What's the best thing you've ever found? That's one of the questions archaeologists get the most. Today, we try and answer that question after two weeks searching for the remains of the Anglo-Saxon monastery on Lindisfarne. Tell us your favourite find in the comments! See more finds from the dig at digventures.com/lindisfarne/timeline
Lindisfarne - Lady Eleanor
Lindisfarne, live in New York in November 1972. 1. Meet Me On The Corner 2. All Fall Down 3. Plankton's Lament 4. Bring Down The Government 5. Turn A Deaf Ear 6. Lady Eleanor 7. Go Back 8. Newcastle Brown Ale 9. Alright On The Night 10. Scotch Mist 11. Clear White Light 12. Together Forever 13. No Time To Lose 14. Oh No, Not Again 15. We Can Swing Together Rod Clements Simon Cowe Alan Hull Ray Jackson Ray Laidlaw