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www.themegallery.com 6. When the Anglo-Saxons were living in  Britain, what is the religious problem? And  what did Pope Gregory I do? St. Augustine ( 甲 甲甲甲甲
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www.themegallery.com 7. In the 8th century, who attacked the  English coast, and under whose leadership,  Britain resisted?
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www.themegallery.com The Founding of the Nation Between the 8th and 5th BC       the  Celts  inhabited  the  island  and  became  the dominant residents.    the name Britain came from a Celtic tribe, the  Britons. From 55 and 54 BC to the beginning of the  5th century     A Roman province        Many  Celts  were  driven  to  mountainous  regions of Scotland and Wales
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www.themegallery.com Germanic period    Germanic barbarians ended the Roman  occupation.  After the Romans left, who came to Britain?   The Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes came.
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What do we know about English and  England from this period of history?    English, the language of Angles replaced the  old  Celtic  language  as  the  dominant  language.  The  country  became  known  as  England. Who was St. Augustine and what did he do?
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