TV Episode | TV-14 | | Action, Adventure, Drama
Remaining sons of Ragnar plans to retain Kattegat while Bjorne travels somewhere
The "fields of corn" metaphor is not necessarily related to the crop known as maize. Corn means the main grain grown in an area in Britain. We call maize "sweet corn" in the UK to distinguish it from wheat, barley (e.g. "John barley-corn") or oats. ... ...
References to "York" are incorrect through this whole story-line. When this was set, York would have been known as Ebacorum (Roman name) or more likely, Eoforwic (Anglian name). When the Vikings conquered Eoforwic they renamed it Jorvik, from which the name York was derived much later. The name York, explicitly spelled that way, was not used until the 13th Century.