EUH 4500 9/20 Albert the GreatoOnly man to have an active duty army. oAll of England (more or less) under his control. There will still be state’s rights amongst smaller partsoHe preserves Anglo-Saxon traditions and names. oHe taught himself Latin so he can help translate books from Latinto English. He realized that education was tied to the church. If Church when down, then education went down. He realized the monasteries and convents preserved history and keeping records. Albert wanted that to continue.A cleric or a clerk is someone that can write. There was a churchman to help read and write. The church and state were tied together. Back then you could not separate one from another oHe wanted to increase education as well. Edgar the Peaceful oHad a son, Edwar the marhteroThere’s no record of him ever going to battle in his 20 yrs of England oHe reformed EnglandoThere was an agnastic revival o“The highpoint of the anglo saxon people.” – Most historians Edwig (King before Edgar) During the coronation ceremony, the bishop ofLondon was crowing him and the king looked out and saw an attractive
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Denmark, Germanic peoples, Anglo-Saxons, Saxons, Active Duty Army