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The Origins and Development of the English Language Chapter 5: The Old English Period. John Algeo and Thomas Pyles Michael Cheng National Chengchi University. Human habitation of Britain. Pleistocene 70,000-10,000 One third of the land covered in ice.

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the origins and development of the english language chapter 5 the old english period

The Origins and Development of the English Language Chapter 5: The Old English Period

John Algeo and Thomas Pyles

Michael Cheng

National Chengchi University

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Pleistocene
  • 70,000-10,000
  • One third of the land covered in ice
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roman conquests
Roman Conquests
  • 55 BCE Julius Caesar has conquered Gaul and now plans to invade Britain
  • Celts populate Britain
  • Possibly wanted to keep the British Celts from aiding the Celts in Gaul
  • No success
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Roman Conquests
  • 54 BCE Julius Caesar tries again
  • Storms, loses cavalry
  • No success
  • Too late in the year
  • Caesar returns to Gaul
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Roman Conquests
  • 53 BCE
  • Better preparation
  • Establishes landing in southeast
  • Successful campaigns
  • Exacts tribute (not paid)
  • Returns to Gaul
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Roman Conquests
  • 43 CE
  • Emperor Claudius invades Britain
  • Army of 40,000 prepared and sent to Britain
  • 3 year campaign leads to control of central and southeastern Britainb
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Roman Conquests
  • Rome controls the southern part of Britain for over 300 years
  • Roman culture brought to Britain
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  • Fosse Way
  • Roman road
  • Bristol to Lincoln
  • 40-50 CE
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  • The wall took 8 years to build, and was built by soldiers from the occupying Roman legions under orders from Emperor Hadrian. It's 73.5 miles long (80 Roman miles) and when it was built, it was 16-20 feet high and 10 feet wide. There was a milecastle every Roman mile, and two guard towers in between each milecastle.
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Rome pulls its legions out of Britain to protect Rome
  • Picts and Scots raid Britain
  • Vortigern appeals to Germanic tribes on the continent for help
  • 449 the brothers Hengest and Horsa of the Jute tribe come to his aid and drive off the raiders
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Britons seen as weak
  • Other tribes invited over by the Jutes
  • Angli
  • Saxons
  • Frisians
  • Germanic tribes drive off the Celtic Britons and take over their land
anglo saxon heptarchy
Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy
  • Northumbria
  • Mercia
  • East Anglia
  • Essex
  • Wessex
  • Sussex
  • Kent
viking attacks
Viking Attacks
  • 787 first Viking attack at Dorsetshire
  • 793 Lindisfarne sacked
  • 865 Viking army lands at East Anglia and takes over northern England
  • Army moves on Wessex and chases away King Alfred
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871 Alfred defeats Vikings at Ashdown
  • 878 Alfred defeats Vikings at Edington
  • Treaty of Wedmore
  • Guthrun accepts Christianity
  • Vikings retreat to northern England
  • The Danelaw is established
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