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Who was the greatest cultural leader in history? Why do you think so?


 

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    Alan R Lancaster (alancaster149) 4 years ago

    There was no 'Anglo-Saxon' in Aelfred's Wessex. Writing was in an idealised form of the Saxon tongue, speech in the vernacular. The Angles had their own tongue, overlaid with Danish in the east. 'English' came about much later, and then only written.


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