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Anglo-saxon society<br />
The Invaders and Settlers in Britain<br />
Expansion of Roman Empire until 400 Ad<br />
The Romans leave<br />
How the Anglo-Saxons lived<br /><ul><li>Anglo-Saxons were farmers
They lived in family groups in villages, not cities
Anglo-Saxons were sailors too
Anglo-Saxons were not Christians, their beliefs were similar to those of the Celts, A few of the main Anglo-Saxon gods wer...
An Anglo-Saxon home.
Clothing.
What jobs did people do?.
Story-telling.
Riddles and runes.
Anglo-Saxon feasts.
Games and sports.
Boys and Girls’ life and toys.</li></li></ul><li>
Hengist and Horsa<br />
Politics<br /><ul><li>Crime and punishment
Free or Slave?
Part-time soldiers
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 ki...
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Anglosajones

  1. 1. Anglo-saxon society<br />
  2. 2. The Invaders and Settlers in Britain<br />
  3. 3. Expansion of Roman Empire until 400 Ad<br />
  4. 4. The Romans leave<br />
  5. 5. How the Anglo-Saxons lived<br /><ul><li>Anglo-Saxons were farmers
  6. 6. They lived in family groups in villages, not cities
  7. 7. Anglo-Saxons were sailors too
  8. 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. 9. An Anglo-Saxon home.
  10. 10. Clothing.
  11. 11. What jobs did people do?.
  12. 12. Story-telling.
  13. 13. Riddles and runes.
  14. 14. Anglo-Saxon feasts.
  15. 15. Games and sports.
  16. 16. Boys and Girls’ life and toys.</li></li></ul><li>
  17. 17. Hengist and Horsa<br />
  18. 18. Politics<br /><ul><li>Crime and punishment
  19. 19. Free or Slave?
  20. 20. Part-time soldiers
  21. 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. 22. Main Kings<br /><ul><li>EDWIN OF NORTHUMBRIA.
  23. 23. KING OFFA.
  24. 24. ALFRED THE GREAT.</li></li></ul><li>
  25. 25. Alfred ‘The Great’<br /><ul><li>Battle at Edington in Wiltshire in AD878
  26. 26. He had books translated from Latin into English
  27. 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. 28. King Athelstan (Alfred’s grandson)
  29. 29. King Edgar
  30. 30. King Ethelred ‘the Unready’ (his name comes from an Old English word unraed, meaning "bad advice").
  31. 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. 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's son Harold as the next king</li></li></ul><li>Battle at Stamford<br />Hastings battle<br />
  33. 33. Norman Castles and The Domesday Survey<br />
  34. 34.
  35. 35.
  36. 36. Other periods<br /><ul><li>Richard, ‘theLionhearth’. 1189
  37. 37. ‘Carta Magna’, 1215
  38. 38. War against Gales, and France (100 years war)</li>

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