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If King Arthur existed at all, one of the few successful Briton leaders who resisted the anglo- saxons Centralized government doesn’t exist in the area. It was called a heptarchy, as though there were 7 kings who ruled England, at least 8 major kings and dozens of minor kings The anglo-saxon barbarians are very fractured They didn’t write laws until late, kept oral spoken laws. They were written in olde English as opposed to latin Despite that anglo saxon kingdoms were more barbaric in England, they still are a little
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Unformatted text preview: bit roman Terms • Lombards • Dux • Rothari’s edict • Liutprand • Slavs • Heavy plow • Anglo-saxons • Franks • Briton • King Arthur • Heptarchy • Bretwalda • Old English • Staffordshire • Terry hebert • Barrow • Sutton hoo • Biula • Cloisonné • Gau/francia • Merovech • Merovingians • Clovis • Salian law • Do nothing kings • Neustria/Austrasia • Brunhilde • Mayof of the palace • Pepin of herstaltetry...
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