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20: The Anglo-Saxon Migration, the North Sea World, and the Birth of England

20: The Anglo-Saxon Migration, the North Sea World, and the Birth of England

Update: 2017-05-256
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Roman Britain fell fast, and it fell hard. Into the ruins of this world stepped a wave of migrants from the North Sea coast of the Continent whom we know as the Anglo-Saxons. This migration, a complex and dynamic movement of people over the course of 200 years, rewrote the political, demographic, linguistic, and cultural maps of eastern Britain, transforming it into England.

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20: The Anglo-Saxon Migration, the North Sea World, and the Birth of England

20: The Anglo-Saxon Migration, the North Sea World, and the Birth of England