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The Origins of the Anglo-Saxons

Donald Henson

Did the Anglo-Saxon migration consist of the movement of a few hundred warriors who seized power and ruled over an indigenous population? Or was it a very mixed series of large and small migrations over a long period which differed greatly in nature from time-to-time and place-to-place?

Donald Henson has brought together a wide range of information and arguments concerning the Anglo-Saxon migration to Britain. His purpose is to examine evidence from many different disciplines and provide a base from which a balanced and credible view of the period




£14.95 269 pages


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