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Map of Anglo-Saxon England


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In 410, Honorius, the Roman Emperor withdrew his troops from Britannia (Britain). Over the next century people from the coastland of Denmark, Germany, Frisia and the lower Rhine came in search of new land and settled in England. These invaders were known as the Anglo-Saxons. They absorbed, displaced and enslaved the Celtic and Roman people. Their language merged to form Old English. During the 6th century kingdoms were formed including East Anglia.

20th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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Anglo-Saxon Saxon Saxons Danes Norse settlement invaders Dark-Ages Celt Roman population invade

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