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Encyclopedia > Sixth century

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The 5th Century Anglo-Saxon Invasion of England (6472 words)
The years between the collapse of the Roman government in Britain in the early years of the fifth century and the arrival of St Augustine at the end of the sixth were a period of significant change.
Archaeological evidence indicates that a mixed band of settlers came in the mid fifth century and were reinforced until early in the sixth century.
The extent of the English penetration of the island in the fifth century as portrayed in the literary sources is shown in figure 3.
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