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Stonehenge
2500 BC
l: unknown
w: lost
circular
Celts (polytheist, worship nature)
200-300 BC
l: celtic
w: hog, bin, dun
crudest
Julius Ceaser
53 BC
failed to conquer Britain
l: Latin
w: none
helmet w/feathers
Emperor Claudius
43 AD
established military posts
l: latin
w: belt, linen, copper, cheese
spartan
Germanic Invasion
449 AADincluded angles, saxons, jews, frisians
l: germanic
w: basic, father, house, sun
crude
St. Augustine
597 AD Brought Christianity
l: languages
w: especially religious words, candle, mass alter
crusifix
Viking Invasion
787 AD
From Denmark, sparked 1st story
l: Danish (germanic)
w: shirt, ship
boat
Norman Invasion
1066 AD (killed off powerfu lpeople at left the peasants)
l: French and Latin
w: tax, duty, chateux, trimity, savior
money and church
Boubonic Plague
1300's AD
more anglo-saxons (lower class) died, they had more value and so did their language. NOrmans lost power.
l: English with legitimacy
rat
Printing Press
1476 Spread English
book
King James Bible
1611, Shakespere also wrote in early modern english
cross
British Navy Conquers Spanish Armada
1588: English spreads through missionaries, exporers etc.
boats
Cpatin Cook et. all
1778: India, Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, etc. adopt English
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