Documentary history of England. by E. N. Williams

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It led to the creation of the English nation, the spread of Christianity and literature, and concepts of government that survive to this day. New archeological evidence has place the very identity of the Anglo-Saxons into question. Were they really invaders, or were they a part of British culture all along.

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The following grant application information is for Publishing Historical Records in Documentary Editions. History It may be a small country on the edge of Europe, but England was never on the sidelines of thousands of years, invaders and incomers have arrived, settled, and made their mark.

The result is England’s fascinating mix of landscape, culture and language – a dynamic pattern that shaped the nation and continues to evolve today.

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