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History
of Great Britain

Prehistory
(-55BC)
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no written records
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6th - 3rd c. BC the Celts came to British isles
- hill figures, hill forts, stone circles ( Stonehenge )
Roman- Britain (55BC - 400AD)
- Julius Caesar, named the country Albion
- Hadrian 's Wall, villas , roads, the town of Bath
The
Anglo-Saxon, Danish and Norman invasions
- Germanic tribes settled and stayed
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Anglia
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Christianity was brought , religion became important , churches were built
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8th century = raids by the Vikings and the Danes
1016
- 1042 : Under Danish rule ( York was the capital )
1042
: local Anglo-Saxons regain their rule
1066
: Normans arrive ( the Norman conquest )
Medieval Britain (1066-15th c.)
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