We’re back with another super special! In today’s reading, we’ll be covering Anglo-saxons. Remember, to get the full reading, go to the link down below and get access to my Patreon. Nonetheless, here’s a nice little teaser for you.
 In the fifth century AD, Britain was being attacked by the Irish, Pict and Germanic people from southern Denmark and Germany. These invaders were called Saxons. The term Anglo Saxon was developed in the eighth century. It was coined to distinguish between the British (Anglo) and the Germanic people (Saxons). The Roman-Britano leaders defended the land as best they could, but the invaders eventually began to settle into Britain. Irish kingdoms settled in both the west and north of the country. Meanwhile, the Angles, Saxons and Jute tribes took over the east part of Britain.bestmytest
1 Paragraph 1 supports which of the following statements about the word Anglo-Saxon:
- The word Anglo-Saxon derives from two words, meaning British-German.
- The word Anglo-Saxon derives from the British term Saxon for invaders.
- The word Anglo-Saxon derives from the German word Saxon for the British.
- The word Anglo-Saxon derives from the Irish term Saxon for invaders.