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The Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings
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The Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings Teacher: Kuznetsov P.S. School: State Comprehensive School № 113 Form: 6 B
They were the Romans. They invaded Britain in AD 43 . They stopped tribal wars, built roads and cities.
This woman was Queen Boadicea. The Iceni tribe, led by Boadicea, revolted against the Romans. She and her soldiers were surrounded and had to give in. Queen Boadicea and her daughters didn’t want to be the Romans’ prisoners and took poison.
This man was Julius Caesar. He attacked Britain in 55 BC. The Britons fought desperately but soon fled. After the victory Caesar soon left Britain.
This is Hadrian’s wall. It was built by the Emperor Hadrian to protect the Romans from the attacks of Scots and Picts.
The Anglo-Saxons were making raids against the British in the 5th and 6th century. At last they invaded the central Britain and controlled it.
The Anglo-Saxons founded a lot of kingdoms: Kent Essex Wessex Mercia Northumbria Sussex East Anglia
In 789 the Vikings began to attack the British Isles. In 870 only Wessex was left to resist them.
The King of Wessex was Alfred the Great. While he was a king: Many people went to school for the first time in their lives He created a big army and built a fleet of warships He fought hard against the Vikings
King Alfred and the Vikings made a treaty. They agreed that the Vikings would live in an area called the Danelaw, where they could follow their traditions and obey their law