Once again they conquered, and Canute
the Dane became King of England.
But near the end of the tenth century new swarms of 'Danes' reappeared from the Baltic lands, once more slaughtering and devastating, until at last in the eleventh century the 'Danish' though Christian Canute
ruled for twenty years over all England.
You've heard of the Pusey horn, which King Canute
gave to the Puseys of that day, and which the gallant old squire, lately gone to his rest (whom Berkshire freeholders turned out of last Parliament, to their eternal disgrace, for voting according to his conscience), used to bring out on high days, holidays, and bonfire nights.
November 12 KING Canute
was the King of England who sat at the edge of the sand trying, without success, to command the tide.
By legend, King Canute
was a Norse king of Denmark and England about the 11th century who had his courtiers take him, on his throne, to the ocean's edge where he commanded the tide not to come in.
Summary: The legend of King Canute
describes how an early Anglo-Saxon king showed his subjects the limits of royal power.
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I DON'T know whether Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sees himself as King Canute
or Nero but surely he must know he is flogging a dead horse.
BrItAIn has not had a King Canute
for over a thousand years, then Geraint Davies, the MP for Swansea West, comes along.
The Government clearly holds the view that trying to prop up the offshore industry is a King Canute
LEGEND has it King Canute
knew his beach stunt was pointless.