Who Were The Anglo-Saxons? History 5th Grade | Chidren s European History
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The Anglo-Saxons may have lived on Earth thousands of years ago, in times when there weren't any books or papers to record their thoughts. And yet, we know so much about them thanks to the clues they have left behind. Get to meet the Anglo-Saxons in the pages of this educational picture book for fifth graders.

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Date de parution 15 mai 2017
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9781541921351
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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Who Were The Anglo-Sa xons?
History 5th G rade Chidren’s European His tory




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B ritain, where England now is, was once part of the Roman Empire. When that empire fell apart, the Anglo-Saxons moved in. Who were these people? Where did they come from and what were they like? Let’s find out!


















Britain as part of Rome
T he original population of Britain were tribes generally known as “Celts” and “Britons”. They had a patchwork of kingdoms that often fought with each other, but they also traded with other parts of Europe.




Anglo-Saxon Village




Roman architecture in England





R ome invaded and conquered most of Britain starting in 43 CE. All the kingdoms and peoples in what is now England became parts of several provinces of the Roman Empire. The conquest took a lot of hard fighting, and Rome kept several legions in Britain to make sure invaders did not take over the provinces.




F or about 400 years the Roman provinces in Britain flourished. The climate was good, trade was good, and the legions kept wars and violence to a minimum.





B ut when the Roman Empire started to collapse, Rome withdrew its legions and told the people of Britain they would have to look after themselves.






Saint Augustine and the Saxons

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