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The Anglo-Saxons were the first to be known as English They arrived in AD 499 after the Romans left They came from the very powerful Germanic tribes The Saxons Denmark the Anglos Northern Germany and the Jutes One of the important figures of the Anglo-Saxons period is William the Conqueror Duke of Normandy and King of England in 1035 Also the Celts played a great influence in their way of life They followed the rules from the Magna Carta One of the greatest vestiges of the culture is The Burial called Sutton hoo which was a ship where the nobility was buried This research paper shows a general view of the English culture during the Anglo-Saxon period William the Conqueror 1027-1087 King of England and illegitimate son of Robert Duke of Normandy was born at Falaise France in 1027 William succeeded his father as a Duke the regrets who ruled for him were faced with rebellious nobles The company in the royal or noble hall provided the audience for a literature which mirrored the age Heroic lays recited by Professional bards The surviving fragments include one major epic Beowulf Halsey p 491 In 1047 a serious rebellion of nobles occurred and William with the aid of Henry King of France gained a great victory at Val-es-Dunes near Caen which led the following year to the capture of two strong castles Aleon and Domfront That was his base of operations In 1054 the young Duke made himself master of provinces and acquired incredible power After a couple of years of battles and training William began to take a great interest in English Affairs He married Matilda the daughter of the Earl of Flanders in 1503 but against the papal acceptances King Harold found himself on Norman soil in 1064 was constrained to take a solemn oath of allegiance to William Catholic Enc Part of the legacy left
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