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Ubba Ragnarsson (died 878) was a Viking leader who served as one of the commanders of the Great Heathen Army, an army of Scandinavians that invaded Anglo-Saxon England during the late 9th century.

Following the death of his father the Viking leader Ragnar Lothbrok at the hands of Ælla of Northumbria,[1] Ubba remained in England with his brothers Ivarr and Halfdan, seeking to take revenge on the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms.[2]

Biography

Early on during the Viking expansion into England, Ubba was known to periodically raid settlements along the coast of Ireland.[3]

In 869, both Ivarr and Ubba were present for the execution of King Edmund of East Anglia for refusing to renounce and accept Danelaw as the realm's new power. By 873, Ivarr openly claimed personal credit for having killed Edmund,[4] but this could not be proven, as there conflicting claims that Ubba had killed the king instead,[5] though Ubba never challenged Ivarr on his boasts.

Behind the scenes

Ubba is a historical character introduced in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. He is voiced by Swedish actor Christian Svensson.

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