Was rumored to have been carried by Erik the Red in their land discoveries though this has never been substantiated and is probably not true. Was thought to be a national design for the Vikings but again was not as it has only been recorded as seen five times and for specific leaders at the time. The only case outside the British Isles was a reference to Harold Hadrada, King of Norway as he was defeated and killed at Stamford Bridge, just outside of York in 1066. This was the last record of this flag.
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