Rollo grabs his wife by the chin and tells her that everything she says is true. In the episode Unforgiven, when King Horik himself arrives in Kattegat, he wishes to attack Wessex again to punish King Ecbert. Despite the odds seemingly stacking against Lothbrok and company, Rollo acts as a strong, motivating force that carries the army forwards. In the episode Brother's War, Rollo fights with Jarl Borg against his brother Ragnar and King Horik. Though Rollo seems to remain as staunch a pagan as any of his comrades, Floki's rebuke still unsettles him. Rollo blames himself for Siggy's death, saying that he treated her poorly. The BearCaesarRollo Lothbrok (formerly)Rolf Ragnar seeks to first approach King Ecbert in a spirit of diplomacy and cooperation, while King Horik wants only revenge and plunder. AKA: Rollo the Walker – Origin of the Name “Rollo”. Both Rollo and his wife are confused as to why they are here and so he asks his nephew Bjorn who replies saying "That he wants to go here" showing his uncle an old map of the Mediterranean sea. While helping fight off an ambush from the Northumbrian's, Rollo eagerly slays as many enemy soldiers as he can. Rollo, having in the past played the rash, impulsive warrior to his normally cautious and deliberate brother, reins his brother in, counseling him against the futility of an attack at present with so few warriors at their disposal. The Vikings arrive in sight of Paris and slip the ships into the river. The Seer laughs and tells Rollo that if he knew what the Gods had planned for him, he would dance naked on the beach. He grows particularly close to his eldest nephew, Björn, taking it upon himself to spar with and train the younger warrior in preparation for the upcoming return to Wessex. In the episode Boneless, Rollo, now fully redeemed by his defense of Kattegat and by his protection of Ragnar's wife and sons, is once more included in his brother's westward endeavors. Rollo comes back to Paris batted and bloody, but victorious. Goffredo Malaterra (Geoffrey/Gaufredo Malaterra), an eleventh-century Benediction monk and historian, stated that Rollo was from Norway and came to the coasts of Christian lands with his Norwegian army. He flatters Rollo and suggests that he deserves to be greater than his brother. That being said, there are a lot of discrepancies with history and we will start with that. Parents: Je bratrem Ragnara, se kterým si sice slíbil, že si budou navždy rovni, ale Rollo později začal na svého bratra žárlit, protože se stal úspěšnějším než on. Nevertheless, there is one thing we can be sure of; Rollo was not Ragnar Lothbrok’s brother. As it smashes into pieces, she bitterly says that if he goes away, whether he lives or dies that him leaving her would probably be the end of them. With the onset of winter around the corner, the lack of winter grain makes Jarl Borg's grasp on Kattegat untenable. Rollo Lothbrok x Fem!reader. She then swiftly turns around and throws an ornament from the table in her anger. Assimilated with the French culture, the Northmen made this region their home and this part of France became “Normandy”. According to later Scandinavian sagas, Rollo, making himself independent of King Harald I of Norway, sailed off to raid Scotland, England, Flanders, and France on pirating expeditions. Born: Was Rollo actually Ragnar Lothbrok’s brother ? Later, Rollo and Gisla are shown in their bedchamber as two servants come in and place food on the table. Rites of Passage Ragnar leaves it to Bjorn to relay these orders. Full name: Ragnar Lothbrok (<< click to read about him) was a legendary Viking hero who raided England and France many times and the father of some very important names in the history of Vikings such as Björn Ironside, Ivar the Boneless, Ubbe, Hvitserk and Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye. Both Robert and his successor Ralph were defeated by the Vikings. Though appearing receptive at first, Kwenthrith ultimately refuses and slaps Rollo, angrily telling him "No!" According to William of Jumièges, Rollo and Poppa also had a daughter named Gerloc (Adele) who married William II, Duke of Aquitaine later. Ragnar Lothbrok’s poems and sagas: The historical evidence of the existence of Ragnar is intertwined with the poems and sagas written about him centuries later. In the episode Burial of the Dead, when Ragnar learns that Haraldson has tortured his brother, he challenges the Earl to a trial by combat which the Earl accepts. He then tells Rollo the prophecy that "The Bear will be crowned by a Princess" and that he will be at the ceremony. Rollo accepts and goes to the city to meet the Emperor. During his lengthy recovery, an increasingly-frustrated Rollo has been bedridden and barely able to stand much less walk. Ragnar acknowledges that Rollo has suffered, but other people have suffered much more because of what he has done. She then goes on to say that her father needs him because he is the only strong man that she knows that can support and guide her father in the right direction. Borg promises that if Rollo fights with him against Ragnar and King Horik, then he will be a powerful and important person. Rollo does not comprehend what this is supposed to mean. Rollo asks Horik if Ragnar should reprieve Jarl Borg after all he has done, to which the King replies the execution might discourage and deter any possible allies from joining them. 14 of 95 individuals View all. Rollo of NormandyRollo Sigurdsson (formerly) Ragnar Lodbrok Sigurdsson is assumed to be born between 740 and 780. Despite his treatment at the hands of Earl Haraldson's men, Rollo does not bear a grudge against the Earl's widow Siggy and daughter Thyri, and even vouches for them so that they do not have to leave Kattegat. Rollo receives a visit from Eirik. Floki then taunts Rollo for fraternizing with Christians and becoming like them and suggests that Rollo's previous baptism in Northumbria has changed him, despite his denials. The Lothbrok dynasty (Lothbrokings) is the current royal family of Kattegat. Floki later gathers mushrooms in the forest and forces a weak, bed-ridden Rollo to consume them. During the night, Rollo, Torstein, and Floki lead a party that locks Borg's men inside the barn in which they'd been quartered, sets it aflame, and burns them alive. With maidens you have had your way. Ragnar offers to return the King's captured brother Aethelwulf and leave Northumbria in return for a ransom payment. Rollo's tattoos represent Sköll and Hátthese the sons of. He strongly believes in his Gods, especially Thor and that bad things happen to him because the Gods are punishing him. In the episode All His Angels, Rollo is seen in a flashback by his brother Ragnar just before he is thrown into the snake pit to die. 11-may-2016 - Angry Rollo Lothbrok (amazing Clive Standen) on Vikings. Aware that the Northmen have maintained a presence and are planning to raid again the next year, Emperor Charles sends a delegation to Rollo. Gisla argues with him and tells him that he is no longer a Viking and that he renounced his heritage and embraced her world and her God. It seems the Viking left behind with him don’t think much of their nominal leader, who’s become a Frankish noble and a Christian. https://screenrant.com/vikings-show-clive-standen-rollo-exit-reason King Ecbert, realizing Rollo's importance and potential use, orders him cared for. Normandy, West Francia Despite the Earl's attempts to bribe Rollo to turn against Ragnar, he testifies in support of his brother, who is then acquitted. Ragnar and his allies return to Kattegat in triumph. Ragnar Lodbrok or Lothbrok (Old Norse: Ragnarr Loðbrók, "Ragnar shaggy breeches", Modern Icelandic: Ragnar Loðbrók) is a legendary Viking hero, as well as, according to the Gesta Danorum, a legendary Danish and Swedish king. She wakes him up by throwing cold water on his face. Rollo skulle også aflægge troskabsed til kongen, hvilket indebar, at han skulle kysse kongens fod. Status: When an envoy, among them King Ecbert's son Aethelwulf, arrives at the Viking camp, Rollo instructs the men to set up a shield wall and narrow the passage into the camp in case it is a ruse. In the episode A King's Ransom, during a raid into Northumbria, the Vikings are invited into the castle of King Aelle in order to negotiate. Rollo, on the other hand, is known to be born in 860 while his death is assumed to have happened between 928 and 933. She tells Rollo that he has become a disgrace and that he should rot in Hel. In the episode The Lord's Prayer, Floki, angered and drunk, confronts Athelstan, claiming no one wants him in Kattegat and that it's his fault Rollo is going to die. Title: His nephew Bjorn tries to discourage him from this drunken brawling, but ends up beating his uncle himself out of desperation and fear that his behavior will get him killed. Livelihood: As I specified in the article regarding Hrafna-Flóki Vilgerðarson, the real Floki here, Floki is assumed to be born around the year 830 which makes him about 30 years old when Rollo the Walker first started walking this earth. Warning! However, since he plans that the Vikings should raid Paris again in the spring, he orders that their camp remain established outside the city until the rest return. But might the real-life Rollo have met other characters on the show, Floki maybe? Lagertha † (Ex-Lover)Siggy † (Ex-Lover)Gisla (Wife) Alive As soon as the ship lands on the shore, Rollo and the fleet launch an attack and raid Algeciras beating, killing and raping the women. William Longsword (Vilhjálmr Langaspjót in Old Norse and Guillaume Longue-Épée in French) succeeded Rollo and acted as the Duke of Normandy until he was assassinated in 942 by the followers of one of his enemies, Arnulf I, Count of Flanders. Later, Rollo tells Gisla that the only way he'll let them pass is if he can go with them. In the battle's aftermath, the Saxon soldiers are finishing off wounded Viking warriors when Athelstan finds the gravely-wounded Rollo, saving him from a final spear-thrust. A fearsome warrior with a wild, impulsive streak, Rollo has begun to grow jealous of his increasingly prominent br As the Vikings sail for Paris, Ragnar mutters to himself that he must kill Rollo. Allegiance: Jarl Borg, having been told King Horik does not want to raid with him, tries to lure Rollo back to his side but is only met with a punch in his face. And I will not betray my wife. When Lagertha later kills Knut for trying to rape a Saxon woman and her, Ragnar falsely claims that he killed Knut so as to protect his wife and is put on trial by Earl Haraldson. Ragnar and Rollo agree, but the earl wants to deal with Jarl Borg first. Although the villagers want him to be sentenced to death, the Law-Giver, bribed by Ragnar with a piece of Saxon gold, announces that he has decided to spare Rollo, reasoning that if the Gods had wanted him dead, he would have died already in battle. Rollo leads his brother's family and Siggy to the shelter of a remote farm where they await the return of Ragnar. I don’t want to see you.” You push yourself off the pillar and began to walk away from Rollo, only for him to follow after you, making you let out a fustrated sigh. In the episode All Change, despite Rollo missing out on those discussions, Ragnar brings him along anyway on his mission to Jarl Borg, whom King Horik had asked Ragnar to negotiate with in order to settle a land dispute. He goes so far as to kill one man because he hesitated to climb up the siege ladder. Once the rest of the ships arrive, the Vikings sail up river towards France and notice there's no sign of Rollo's camp. Firstly, there is a huge gap between the times Ragnar and Rollo lived in. Olafo. Rollo, más írásmóddal Rodla, Hrolf, franciául Raoul (Rudolf), megkeresztelkedése után Róbert (Möre, 846 körül – Normandia, 932) Normandia első hercege 911-től 927-ig.. Rollo a norvégiai Möréből származott. Children: Rollo then leads his remaining ships into a bloody battle. This information might also be biased as these claims were made by Rollo’s descendants three centuries after he died. Rollo also is impressed at how tall and powerful Björn has grown, but observes that he still hasn't grown a proper beard. When Floki chides Rollo for doing so, Rollo responds that they cannot be enemies with everyone at all times. Unexpected help soon comes, however, when Lagertha, Ragnar's former wife, and Björn, his oldest son, now taller than Ragnar and as powerfully-built as Rollo, arrive at the head of a column of warriors. Rollo also has a love/hate relationship with his younger brother Ragnar due to everyone always putting Ragnar first. Some experts suggest that these sagas are merely compilations of stories regarding different Viking heroes (different heroes given the name Ragnar or similar names according to some.) "Denne mand greb kongens fod og løftede den op til sine læber uden at bøje sig, med det resultat at kongen tumlede omkuld. Later when the battle is won Rollo and Gisla take a stroll on the beach and to her dismay she is surprised to see women among the dead on the beach. A messenger informs Ragnar that King Horik and his son barely escaped an attack from King Ecbert's forces. Although there is no exact information about any of these dates, he is assumed to have died in Northumbria in 840. With Borg's forces sailing up the fjord, Rollo quickly rouses himself from his frustration and self-pity to organize and mount a hurried but worthy defense of Kattegat. A bedridden (but un-poisoned) Rollo is confronted by two of Horik's soldiers and, despite being barely able to stand, he reaches for his axe that Siggy left for him and bravely fights them. Jarl Borg ultimately captures Kattegat, but not as easily as he'd anticipated. Rollo then tells her about the shield-maidens specially Lagertha. Follow horse racing with Alex Hammond on Sky Sports - get live racing results, racecards, news, videos, photos, stats (horses & jockeys), plus daily tips. Clamber, with a heart of steel. He is a fine husband to Gisla and father to William, Marcellus and Celsa. In the episode Invasion, four years later, Rollo has descended into self-destructive behavior. Visualizza altre idee su serie tv, vichinghi, lagertha. Rollo’s Raids on France and Becoming Duke Rollo of Normandy, Rollo’s Descendants and William the Conqueror, Ancient Egyptian Symbols and Their Meanings. He then gives her his Viking band to show his allegiance to her. In "Moments of Vision", as Bjorn prepares to leave Kattegat, Rollo approaches via the fjord with an envoy of Frankish soldiers. His new second wife, in the room, looks away. After maiming and killing several Parisian soldiers, he turns and makes eye contact with the Princess. Bjorn then asks Rollo what reason he has to stay. Although Rollo has little understanding of the ceremony and does not take it seriously, Floki takes considerable umbrage at Rollo's action and berates him for offending their Norse gods. Later, as Rollo is about to behead a captive as a sacrifice to Odin, Ragnar intervenes, handing the axe to Björn, who does the honors. "You think I should go?" 1 (1) Lumberer (USA) 3 (3) I Will Rock You (USA) Track this horse Track this horse. Ragnar Lothbrok’s raids on England and France and the deeds of his sons, particularly Björn Ironside and Ivar the Boneless (click to read about his life and death), had significant effects on the structure of these lands. Although Ragnar and his men laugh and balk at this stipulation, Rollo agrees to do so, to the surprise of his companions. Rollo is baptized in the river by the Northumbrian bishop and given the Christian name Rolf. "Not that you'd care, brother," declares Ragnar coldly to his captive brother, "but your niece, Gyda, is dead.". According to Historia Normannorum (also known as Libri III de moribus et actis primorum Normanniae ducum), a biogprahy on Rollo written by Dudo of Saint-Quentin, Rollo was the son of a Danish nobleman and had a brother named Gurim. Ragnar sails home to Kattegat with his injured brother, where Siggy and a servant woman take care of Rollo's injuries. Ragnar replies he does not care about Paris, and that he is here for Rollo. Ragnar charges for Rollo, but is grabbed and thrown into one of the fleeing ships, as they sail away in defeat. "What do you say, my love?" Behind the Scenes Considering the accounts telling us of Ragnar are mostly oral records and sagas, it is not possible to know exactly who Ragnar was. After the death of his father, his brother was killed and Rollo was forced out of Denmark. Rollo Rollo also notices Floki gravitating toward Horik. The Northmen find themselves between multiple bodies of the allied forces of King Ecbert and King Aella. 4.4K likes. In the episode Brother's War, Rollo fights with Jarl Borg against his brother Ragnar and King Horik. 20K likes. Rollo is the brother of Ragnar Lothbrok. When they are having sex, Rollo starts to strangle Siggy, asking her why she has sex with King Horik. The Emperor offers him a vast area of land in the Northern part of Frankia and the title of Duke, with the assurance that he will be "Very rich". As a result of this, Ralph had to concede Maine and the Bessin areas to Rollo and his men. A messenger from a possible new ally arrives. She complains to Rollo that because of his feckless behavior, he was not invited to these negotiations and is missing out on an opportunity to raise himself and improve his position. Rollo je zkušený vikinský bojovník, který preferuje silné obouruční zbraně jako sekeru či meč. Spotting Prince Aethelwulf, Rollo heads toward him with murderous intent, but ends up wounded, then trampled by horses. At his departure from Kattegat, Siggy, King Horik and even Torstein, the man who wished Rollo to be executed earlier, wishes him success on his journey. Rollo's nicknames are "The Bear" or "Ganger" meaning the walker. Having drawn Jarl Borg out, Ragnar's forces spring a trap. In the episode Crossings, Rollo, Bjorn, and the other Vikings finally reach Spain. Rollo is then greeted by his son William who he picks up as his ship heads for the Normandy palace. Emperor CharlesRagnar Lothbrok (formerly) King Ecbert, having studied the strategies of Caesar and the Roman legions of old, has drawn the Northmen onto a battlefield of his own choosing. Following Ragnar's death in England and the murder of Queen Aslaug by Lagertha, the line of succession is unclear and who become the new head of the House has yet to be seen. However, there are a lot of theories about the identity of the real Ragnar Lothbrok. Rollo's resistance, meanwhile, has bought him the time and opportunity to evacuate Ragnar's wife, Princess Aslaug, and young sons, saving them from Jarl Borg's wrath. Rollo Lothbrok. I. Bursting into Jarl Borg's sleeping chambers, they seize Borg and subject him to a brutal beating. Turning to a bemused Rollo, Jarl Borg says, "She thinks I should go.". "That's not necessary," he tells him. A fanpage devoted to our favourite berserker Rollo and other characters from the historical drama TV series "Vikings". Rollo resents Ragnar constantly doing King Horik's bidding, to which Ragnar replies that Horik is the king.