Does one need to be in cahoots with someone else in order to take advantage
of their actions?
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From: "John Briggs" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 8:08 PM
Subject: Re: Historians locate King Arthurs Round Table
> On 14/07/2010 00:30, Mike Weatherley wrote:
>> And, there's a historical 'post-cedent' for attacking York from across
>> North Sea, as it's what Harald Hardrada did in 1066, while William landed
>> at Pevensey. He left William the South, while he tried to capture the
> We;ve had this discussion before, and people pointed out that there is not
> the slightest historical suggestion of (a) Harald and William
> co-ordinating their efforts, or (b) either being willing to allow any
> territory to the other.
> John Briggs