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Historia de la sociedad anglosajona

Historia de la sociedad anglosajona

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  • 1. Anglo-saxon society<br />
  • 2. The Invaders and Settlers in Britain<br />
  • 3. Expansion of Roman Empire until 400 Ad<br />
  • 4. The Romans leave<br />
  • 5. How the Anglo-Saxons lived<br /><ul><li>Anglo-Saxons were farmers
  • 6. They lived in family groups in villages, not cities
  • 7. Anglo-Saxons were sailors too
  • 8. Anglo-Saxons were not Christians, their beliefs were similar to those of the Celts, A few of the main Anglo-Saxon gods were Tiw, Wodin (Odin), Thor, and Friya, whose names are remembered in our days of the week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.</li></li></ul><li>Characteristics<br /><ul><li>The Anglo-Saxons settle.
  • 9. An Anglo-Saxon home.
  • 10. Clothing.
  • 11. What jobs did people do?.
  • 12. Story-telling.
  • 13. Riddles and runes.
  • 14. Anglo-Saxon feasts.
  • 15. Games and sports.
  • 16. Boys and Girls’ life and toys.</li></li></ul><li>
  • 17. Hengist and Horsa<br />
  • 18. Politics<br /><ul><li>Crime and punishment
  • 19. Free or Slave?
  • 20. Part-time soldiers
  • 21. The warrior code</li></li></ul><li>Kings or war chiefs<br /><ul><li>In the VII d, C century, Britain had 7 anglo-saxon kingdoms : Wessex (west), Essex (East) ,Sussex (South), East Anglia, Northumbria, Mercia and Kent; divided in ‘shires’, hence their actual names like: Yorkshire, Wilshire, Oxforshire,</li></li></ul><li>Northumbria<br />Mercia <br />East Anglia Essex<br />Wessex<br />Kent.<br />Sussex<br />
  • 22. Main Kings<br /><ul><li>EDWIN OF NORTHUMBRIA.
  • 23. KING OFFA.
  • 24. ALFRED THE GREAT.</li></li></ul><li>
  • 25. Alfred ‘The Great’<br /><ul><li>Battle at Edington in Wiltshire in AD878
  • 26. He had books translated from Latin into English
  • 27. He told monks to begin writing the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.</li></li></ul><li>Kings after Alfred the Great<br /><ul><li>King Edward (Alfred’s son)
  • 28. King Athelstan (Alfred’s grandson)
  • 29. King Edgar
  • 30. King Ethelred ‘the Unready’ (his name comes from an Old English word unraed, meaning &quot;bad advice&quot;).
  • 31. Cnut (Canute) became king of England in 1016.</li></li></ul><li>DukeWilliam’sstory<br /><ul><li>In 1042 there was a new king of England. He was Edward ‘the confessor’, son of Ethelred the Unready,
  • 32. Edward allowed the English earls, like Earl Godwin of Wessex, to become very strong. When Edward died in 1066, the English witan chose Godwin&apos;s son Harold as the next king</li></li></ul><li>Battle at Stamford<br />Hastings battle<br />
  • 33. Norman Castles and The Domesday Survey<br />
  • 34.
  • 35.
  • 36. Other periods<br /><ul><li>Richard, ‘theLionhearth’. 1189
  • 37. ‘Carta Magna’, 1215
  • 38. War against Gales, and France (100 years war)</li>

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