the religion of the celts was called this, from the latin word for spirit
archbishop of canterbury
name of the leader of the church of england
the norse god of weather, thunder, and lightning
christian and anglo-saxon
the epic poem beowulf combines these two religions
alfred the great
king alfred of wessex was also called...
william duke of normandy
this person landed his boats in england in 1066
"thursday" originates from the god...
vivid compound words used by the anglo-saxons
anglo-saxon poets sand to the accompanyment of the...
an important archeological site contained treasures such as swords, rings, and shields
principal works of this time were written in this language
rhythmical pause in a line of poetry
england took its name from this group of people
a skilled storyteller and entertainer
important anglo-saxon scholar who wrote "the Ecclesiastical History of the English Church and people"
he was one of the most heroic celtic leaders
the religion of the anglo-saxons was related to the what mythology
3 and a half
the stones in the Stonehenge are how many feet high
Beowulf's people from Jutland
an important figure in anglo-saxon literature that is often portrayed as a protector of treasure
in england most anglo-saxons lived in...
homesteads were surrounded by a...
homesteads and communal court were surrounded by...
priests in celtic religion
refers to the language of the people
bravery, generosity, loyalty, friendship
four ethical virtues of anglo-saxons
strongholds of Christianity
by this year Roman troops had left Britain
the most important missionary to Britain
in this year Julius Caesar invaded Britain
once thought to be the author of "The Seafarer"
old english poetics are more like what type of system
The Great Mother
a figure associated with nature who was important in the old celtic religion
in what century was the Book of Kells produced
he helped Old English gain respect as a language of culture
Beowulf was probably written down in this year
this place helped to preserve older literary traditions in early England
fame and success are achieved through this virtue
an outstanding feature of Anglo-Saxon poetry
Norse god of death, poetry, and magic
traditional and inventive
the poetry of oral epic is a combination of what two elements
Viking invasions began in Britain