410 AD-1066 AD
A Coggle Diagram about Danes (They fought against Wessex., They were Scandinavian and their real name was Vikings, but English called them Danes., They crossed the Atlantic looking for cattle, treasure and slaves. , They founded colonies and created Norseman culture., In 793 they sacked Lindisfarne, destroying manuscripts and taking monks as slaves. and In 9th century they settled in Britain.
They estabilished Danelaw (code of Danish law which described also the area under the control of the Vikings in northern and eastern England).
Theiy blanded their language with that of the other population.), Anglo-Saxon (They were composed by peoples coming from the North sea region of Northern Europe (Jutes, Angles, Saxon), called Anglo-Saxons., They settled south of Hadrian's Wall, because they were searching farming land., Their society was founded on loyalty to the clan. The centre of communal lif was the hall (place were they ghatered and swore loyalty to chiefs in change of protetcion. , Anglo-Saxons' kingdom, called Heptarchy or Seven Kingdoms was formed in the 7th century. and They arrived between 5th and 6th centuries.) and Christianisation (A Christianisation consequence: England joined Europe's ecclesiastical culture., Anglo-Saxons brought in Britain pagan values, which were in contrast with the Christianity (brought by Romans)., In 597 Augustine, a monk sent in England by Pope Gregory I the Great, brought back Christianity. and In 602 was founded the Canterbury's cathedral and Augustine became its first Archbishop. )