Wir stellen hier die historischen Romane der Uthred-Reihe (The Saxon Stories) von Die Leser der Serie begleiten den Krieger durch sein ganzen Leben. Die Erfolgsserie "The Last Kingdom" von Bernard Cornwell der Uhtred-Saga und so erschien im November bereits die dritte Staffel der Serie bei Netflix. The Last Kingdom ist eine britische Serie aus dem Jahr , die auf der Romanreihe Die Uhtred-Saga (The Saxon Stories) von Bernard Cornwell basiert.
"The Last Kingdom" von Netflix für fünfte Staffel verlängertDie historische "Sachsen-Uhtred Saga" von Bernard Cornwell handelt vom Ursprung Im Mittelpunkt steht der Junge Uhtred, der mit zehn Jahren den Einfall der Der neunte historische Roman aus der Serie um den Krieger Uhtred mit dem. Wir stellen hier die historischen Romane der Uthred-Reihe (The Saxon Stories) von Die Leser der Serie begleiten den Krieger durch sein ganzen Leben. Die Herren des Nordens (Die Uhtred-Saga 3) (). von Bernard Cornwell Schwertgesang (Die Uhtred-Saga 4) (). von Bernard Cornwell.
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Mit den Drachenbooten kommt der Tod Nordengland im Jahre Mit zehn Jahren erlebt der Fürstensohn Uhtred den Einfall der Wikinger.
Sein ungestümer Mut in der Schlacht beeindruckt den Anführer der Dänen so sehr, dass er Uhtred verschont und als Ziehkind aufnimmt. Mit den Jahren wird der Junge fast einer von ihnen.
Jahrhunderts haben die dänischen Eroberer alle fünf englischen Königreiche unterjocht. Das gesamte Land der Angelsachsen ist in der Gewalt der Invasoren — mit Ausnahme eines kleinen Sumpfgebietes.
Hier hält sich König Alfred von Wessex mit wenigen Getreuen versteckt. Was ist das stärkste Heer gegen den Hass einer Frau? Eine tödliche Gefahr bedroht Wessex: Harald Bluthaar.
Nur Uhtred erkennt den Schwachpunkt des mächtigen Feindes. Es ist eine Frau, Skade, die Hure und Zauberin, der der Dänenherrscher gänzlich verfallen ist.
Alfred negotiates with Guthrum and Ubba for peace and is successful. Alfred asks Uhtred to serve him for a year, to advise him on Danish battle skills, and in return will help him reclaim Bebbanburg.
He agrees. Leofric warns him that Alfred will never let him go. Brida leaves with him. After the marriage, he discovers that she is heavily in debt to the church, and that he is now responsible for the debt.
Alfred refuses to cancel the debt. Around a year later Mildrith is expecting a baby and Young Ragnar is marching with an army through Wessex.
Uhtred informs the King, who then leads an army to Werham Wareham to stop the invasion that is being led by Guthrum now King of East Anglia and Ubba.
Alfred and Guthrum agree on a peaceful withdrawal of the Danes from the fortress of Werham and Wessex. Uhtred is given to Guthrum as one of the hostages exchanged on both sides to guarantee the peace.
In the fortress, Uhtred is reunited with Young Ragnar and Brida. Mildrith gives birth to a baby boy. Young Odda persuades Mildrith to leave for safety with him.
Alfred sends one army led by Odda the Elder to the Severn River to face Ubba, and one to the south of Wessex to face Guthrum. Odda the Elder chooses to attack.
Ubba discovers Uhtred in his camp and challenges him to a fight to the death. Uhtred kills Ubba, placing his axe in his hand before he dies.
Uhtred, furious at the subterfuge, draws his sword before Alfred and faces death. Instead of death, Alfred chooses public humiliation for Uhtred and for Aethelwold, who absconded from the monastery.
Uhtred returns to his estate with Mildrith and Leofric. His marriage with Mildrith is struggling because he did not agree that his son should be baptized.
Aethelwold stalks them and persuades Uhtred to let him join the group. The raid is unsuccessful because the villages are too poor.
They encounter Brother Asser who introduces him to King Peredur of the Britons. He convinces them to attack a rival, King Callyn, for an ample reward.
Callyn turns out to be a Danish warlord, Skorpa. They join forces to fight Peredur for his wealth, but Uhtred is betrayed by Skorpa who steals the treasure.
Uhtred meets the sorceress and shadow queen, Iseult, and is smitten. Iseult shows them where another stash of silver is stored.
He tells Mildrith that their marriage is over. They are condemned to a fight to the death. Leofric and Uhtred make their peace with one another before the fight.
Iseult tells Uhtred that she will lose her power as a sorceress and seer if she sleeps with him. A Viking raid led by Young Ragnar and Guthrum disrupts the fight between Leofric and Uhtred.
Alfred flees to safety and Aethelwold steals his crown and presents himself as the rightful king of Wessex to Guthrum. Uhtred, Leofric, Iseult, and a nun, Hild, who Iseult rescued, are helped to escape by Brida, whose feelings for Uhtred have clearly changed to indifference.
Uhtred and Leofric discover that Alfred and his family are in hiding at the marshlands of the Severn and save them from certain death.
Iseult gives herbal medicine to Alfred and it helps his own health problems. Uhtred advises Alfred to fight for Wessex before the Danes can gather even more forces.
Priests are sent to tell his subjects that he is alive and that an army should be gathered. Iseult uses sorcery to save Edmund, but his rescue comes at a gruesome price.
Mildrith has joined a convent. Iseult tells Uhtred that Thyra is alive. By chance, Alfred learns that Odda the younger has been dealing behind his back with the Danes.
Odda the Elder, who has recovered from his injury, kills him for his treachery. Alfred leads his army against Guthrum and Skorpa.
Leofric dies in battle. The outcome of the battle is decided when Uhtred realizes that Skorpa has murdered Iseult. Uhtred breaks through the Viking shield wall, kills Skorpa and leads the Saxons to victory.
Guthrum is baptized and agrees to peace in Wessex. Brida and Young Ragnar are held by Alfred as hostages to guarantee the truce. Uhtred leaves Wessex for the north of England.
Peace has prevailed in Wessex for several years after the Battle of Ethandun. King Alfred has turned his attention to parts of England such as Northumbria and the city of Eoferwic York that are occupied by two Viking warlords, Erik and Sigefrid.
A cleric brings Alfred news of a holy vision, dreamt by the Abbot Eadred of Cumberland, that tells that Saint Cuthbert wants the Danish slave and son of the warrior Harthacnut, Guthred, who is in the hands of slave-traders, to be appointed as King of Cumberland.
Alfred sends Father Beocca and the cleric to Northumbria to buy Guthred and bring him to the Abbot. Uhtred, along with Hild and Halig, rides to Eoferwic in search of Thyra.
Erik and Sigefrid leave the city in the hands of the Dane Haesten, before leaving with an army to maraud in Scotland. Soon afterwards, the people of Eoferwic rebel and reclaim the city.
Uhtred encounters Father Beocca in Eoferwic. Beocca asks him to help him buy the slave and tells him where to find Kjartan. Guthred is crowned King by the Abbot Eadred, and Uhtred falls for his sister, Gisela.
Guthred sees no danger in integrating the Danes into his army and agrees. Sihtric, one of Kjartan's illegitimate sons swears allegiance to Uhtred.
Abbot Eadred systematically builds mistrust of Uhtred, telling Guthred that Uhtred is a pretender to his crown.
King Guthred tries to raise an army to reclaim Northumbria from the Danes, beginning with Eoferwic. Guthred wants to negotiate a truce with Erik and Sigefrid.
He offers them the fortress of Dunholm in exchange for Eoferwic, but for this they must join forces to defeat Kjartan.
Lord Aelfric, Uhtred's uncle, agrees to send soldiers if Uhtred is disposed of. Guthred sells Uhtred and Halig into slavery. Hild rides to Wessex to asks for assistance.
King Alfred asks Ragnar the Younger to try to find and save Uhtred. Uhtred and Halig are now rowers on a slave ship.
There they are befriended by the Irishman, Finan, another slave. Halig is ill and weakened from a winter spent on Iceland and is killed by the boat owner Sverri on the return journey to England, in punishment of Uhtred and Finan for their attempt to escape.
Ragnar and Hild are shocked to find Uhtred a broken and frail man. Ragnar frees all the slaves and Finan kills Sverri. Guthred offers his sister to Aelfric to create a political union.
Eadred goes to the nunnery where Gisela is hiding and marries Gisela to Aelfric by proxy. Uhtred rescues Gisela and kills Abbott Eadred in the process.
Alfred decides Ragnar should die because he was responsible for Uhtred. If Uhtred swears an oath of service, Ragnar will be spared. Uhtred marries Gisela.
Alfred sends Uhtred to Cumberland to defeat Erik and Sigefrid. Ragnar kills Kjartan and lets him die without his sword, thus barring his entry to Valhalla.
März mit der Originalausstrahlung. Die deutschsprachige Erstausstrahlung der zweiten Staffel fand am Mai auf Netflix statt. November startete die dritte Staffel auf Netflix.
Dezember wurde bekannt gegeben, dass eine vierte Staffel produziert wird,  die am April auf Netflix startete. Juli wurde die Serie um eine fünfte Staffel verlängert.
In der zweiten Hälfte des 9. A third and fourth season were produced by Netflix , and a fifth season was recently confirmed.
In an interview with Emerson College, Cornwell said: "Years ago, when I was at university, I discovered Anglo-Saxon poetry and became hooked on that strange and often melancholy world.
Americans know, they even have a starting date, but the English just seemed to assume that England had always been there, so the idea of writing a series about the creation of England was in my head for a long time.
When he was in his fifties, Cornwell met his birth father, named William Outhred or Oughtred , and learned the story of his own descent from the Saxons who owned the fortress of Bebbanburg now Bamburgh Castle.
Thus was born Uhtred, the protagonist of the fictional tales. In the interview, he revealed that there is a plan to adapt the series for television, in answer to a question of how many more books are planned for the series.
No idea! Six more? Eight more? When the television adaptation of the first two novels aired in fall of , Cornwell reiterated how the idea took shape in his mind when he met his birth father in Canada.
Cornwell's paternal ancestors were traced to the time of Alfred; the family holding Bebbanburg was betrayed in the 11th century and fled to Yorkshire.
Uhtred, the protagonist, is the second son of a Saxon lord who rules from the nearly impregnable fortress at Bebbanburg modern day Bamburgh in the kingdom of Northumbria.
Danish raiders kill first his older brother, then his father. Uhtred himself is spared only because the Danish leader, Ragnar the Fearless, is amused when the youngster attacks him.
Ragnar takes Uhtred home and raises the boy like one of his own sons. Uhtred abandons Christianity in favor of Danish pagan beliefs, such as the gods Thor and Odin , Valhalla , and the Norns.
When he is an adult, that fate drives him to serve Alfred the Great , whom he dislikes but respects, and Alfred's dream of uniting all English speakers into a single kingdom, Englaland.
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