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After the Romans left Britain the Anglo-Saxons arrived in the [5th century]. They were made up of three tribes: the [Angles], [Saxons], and [Jutes]. They were [farmer-warriors] who came from [Germany], [Holland] and [Denmark]. They called England [Angle-land]. A new language was spoken [English] and [monks] arrived who converted many people to [Christianity]. England split into [seven kingdoms] each ruled by its own King. Around AD 800 new invaders called [Vikings] arrived from Scandinavia. Alfred, King of Wessex pushed the Vikings back north. He became known as [Alfred the Great]..

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