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The Vikings broke the Danelaw by looting monasteries. True False
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Weegy: No. After spending time looting monasteries, the Vikings invaded Northern England with large armies, and finally took nearly the whole of England over. [ King Alfred the Great forced the back to the northern half, and this created a kingdom called the Danelaw in 879 or 880 AD. Read more: ]
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