|Horrible Histories - Series 2, Episode 8|
|Season Two, Episode Eight|
|Air date||22 June 2010|
|Written by||Mathew Baynton, Dave Cohen, Toby Davies & Chris Pell, Jon Holmes, Giles Pilbrow, Steve Punt, Laurence Rickard, George Sawyer, Mark Shillabeer, & Ben Willbond|
Horrible Histories - Series 2, Episode 8 was the 21st episode of the Horrible Histories TV series, having first aired on June 22, 2010, on CBBC.
This episode includes some Vikings, a peasant getting mugged, Crimewatch BC trying to solve the murder of Julius Caesar, & the confusing Egyptian hieroglyphics.
Viking warpaint Edit
An attempt at fearsome war paint.
Lindisfarne monastery Viking attack Edit
The attack on Lindisfarne monastery is interrupted when the warriors can’t quite remember why they’re attacking.
Inter-village football matches are serious business.
Tudor mugger Edit
A mugger tries to adjust his rates to avoid punishment.
- Main article: Learn Your Hieroglyphics
An Egyptian class learns hieroglyphics-which isn’t any harder than numbers!
German attempts to keep warm at Stalingrad Edit
Some of the more gruesome German attempts to keep warm at Stalingrad.
The communications revolution.
A courtship is conducted entirely via fan sign language.
A Georgian peasant gets a taste of aristocratic Macaroni fashion.
News of the EmpireEdit
Julius Caesar Special
“Crimewatch BC” attempts to help locate Caesar’s assassins. (A parody of Crimewatch UK)
|Vicious Vikings||Terrible Tudors||Awful Egyptians||Woeful Second World War||Gorgeous Georgians||Slimy Stuarts||Rotten Romans|
|Viking warpaint||Lindisfarne monastery Viking attack||HHTV Sports||Tudor mugger||Song||German attempts to keep warm at Stalingrad||Dodgy War Inventions||Shouty (Wo)Man||Fan communication||Historical Fashion Fix||Stupid Deaths||Scary Stories||News of the Empire||Crimewatch BC|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 2, Episode 8 at Horrible Histories TV