Legendary warrior Beowulf travels to a Danish kingdom under threat from fearsome monster Grendel.
What does DK stand for?
DK stands for Danish Kingdom
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We have 15 other meanings of DK in our Acronym Attic
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- Definitive Jux (band)
- Piscines Desjoyaux SA (French: French swimming pool company)
- Deffobis Jean Yves (French fitness firm)
- Dozier-Jarvis-Young Quartet (est. 1998)
- Deutsche Jagd Zeitung (German: German Hunting Newspaper)
- Da Kine
- Daichi Kuroda (Japaneses pop vocalist)
- Dakshina Kannada (Karnataka, India district)
- Dan Kennedy
Samples in periodicals archive:
37 G760 In 2004, the government of Denmark requested a study by the Danish Institute for International Studies analyzing the change of Greenland from a colony to a full member of the Danish Kingdom in 1954 as directed by a 1953 amendment to the Danish Constitution.
He concludes that Kaupang was founded around AD 800 by the king of the Danes, like the other early Viking towns of Ribe and Hedeby, on the borders of the then Danish kingdom.
He tracked down a good deal of information, linking our origins to what is now the Schlesweg-Holstein region of northern Germany--formerly part of the old Danish Kingdom, where there was once a Danish King named Sehested.
Here a fleet of between 240 and 300 Viking ships had been despatched across the North Sea by King Swein of Denmark as perhaps a last attempt to re-establish a Danish kingdom in England.
Although Gustav Vasa did not permit the promulgation of a doctrinal statement, both the Swedish and Danish kingdoms made the care of the church central concerns of kingship.
The most Danish of Sweden's towns was founded by Christian IV to defend his Danish kingdom against attacks from the north.