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fall of the roman empire origins of the anglo saxon people

Fall of the Roman Empire/Origins of the Anglo-Saxon People

Sam Mills, Sam Lutz, Rachel Morrison, Jeung Lee

fall of the roman empire
Fall of the Roman Empire
  • “Some say it split into an eastern and western empire governed by separate emperors. Causing Rome to fall.”
  • “The eastern half became the Byzantine Empire, with its capital at Constantinople (modern Istanbul).”
  • “The western half remained centered in Italy.”
  • “Many say the Fall of Rome was an ongoing process, lasting more than a century.”
dates
Dates
  • “some who think the Fall of Rome happened at Constantinople in A.D. 453.”
  • Others believe Rome fell around 150CE - 475CE.
angle tribe
Angle Tribe
  • “Were one of the Germanic peoples who migrated from continental Germany to Britain in the 5th century.
  • “That land was later called Engla-lond (in Old English - "Land of the Angles"), thus England.”
  • “Thanks to the major influence of the Angles, the people of England are also known as Anglo-Saxons, and, of course the English. A region of the United Kingdom is known by the name East Anglia.”
saxon tribe
Saxon Tribe
  • The Saxons were different, they used smaller knifes or short swords, as opposed to the use of long swords.
  •   The Old Saxons remained un-Christianized for centuries after the Anglo-Saxons who left for Briton were converted.
  • Until the Christianization of the Saxons in the later part of the eighth century by Franks and Anglo-Saxons, it can be found that the Saxons were extensively Pantheistic and Pagan. 
sources
Sources
  • http://ancienthistory.about.com/cs/romefallarticles/a/fallofrome.htm
  • http://www.knowledgerush.com/kr/encyclopedia/Angle_tribe/
  • SPARK NOTES
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