The religion that believes Gods are everywhere (in trees, rocks, dirt, etc) and control every part of life..
Celtic priests who act as go-between's for man and gods
True or False: The Celtics practiced sacrifices but not with humans as the sacrifice.
Tall blond warriors, they were among the earliest residents of England.
One group of Celts were called _____ and that is where the term "Britain" comes from.
___ First invaded England in 55 BC, Claudius conquered England 100 years later.
The Romans brought ____ to England and Celtic religion vanished.
Tribes began to invade England when ___ left to take care of matters in ___.
Alfred the Great
_____ __ _____ created the first army in England
Alfred the Great paid the ______ to leave England alone even though he knew they would come back.
Alfred the Great helped ____ the people of England
Alfred's reign established dominance of ___ kings in southern England.
True or False?: Woman had many rights in the Anglo-Saxon culture, like divorce, keeping property through divorce and either selling it, keeping it or bequeath as they choose.
Akin to dowry
True or False?: Christianity didn't offer opportunities for women.
Alfred the Great hired people to write the history of ____
Archeologists discovered Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, and ship treasures showing that they were not ____
Anglo- Saxon's religion was dark and ____, meaning there was no heaven/hell, you just died without an afterlife.
loyalty, honor, and generosity
Anglo-Saxon religion was focused on..
The loyalty of one's king (willing to sacrifice themselves for their king)
___ were important because they were the ones who provided the legends of their warriors to the world.
Who is This?: King of the Danes, gave Beowulf many treasures and rewards for defeating Grendel and his mother.
Who is This?: Descendent of Cain's mistake, a gruesome giant who killed people for twelve years in Heorot Hall, had his arm ripped off by Beowulf.
Who is This?: She came back for revenge on Beowulf for killing Grendel, died by getting her head torn off.
Who is This?: Father of Beowulf, intimidated other territories, died as "one good king"
Built by Hrothgar, a "bar" that kept getting invaded by Grendel.
A made up place in the book.