Can explain the Anglo-Saxon invasion, and eventual control of England?
The Anglo-Saxon's were able to invade and eventually control England, because England had exhausted themselves with civil war, internal disputes, and general unrest; making it impossible for them to fight back. Anglo-Saxon England refers to the period of history of England, that lasts from the end of Roman Britain in the 5th century until the Norman conquest in 1066.
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