The Anglo-Saxon Period 449-1066. Stonehenge (c. 2000 BC). Celtic Invasion. Between 800 and 600 BC, two groups of Celts moved into the British isles: The Britons settled in Britain. The Gaels settled in Ireland. Julius Caesar described the Celts as:
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Stonehenge (c. 2000 BC)
Between 800 and 600 BC, two groups of Celts moved into the British isles:
Julius Caesar described the Celts as:
By the middle of the ninth century, most of England had fallen. The Vikings called their territory Danelaw.