After the Romans left in AD410 waves of Germanic invaders migrated to Britain, some knowing the land, who had served the Romans as foederati. The kingdoms of theJutes, Angles and Saxons grew...
Just as with other Germanic people, magic was an important element in Anglo-Saxon life, with broader connections to the paradigm of Germanic mythology.
From early English history, origins and language, a politically-oriented piece on the people, origins, language and what the kingdom has become that began with a few warbands from over the North Sea
Visiting six locations where people have claimed to have sighted the ghost of Anne Boleyn. Places like Hever Castle, Blickling Hall, Richmond, Windsor and not forgetting the Tower of London.
The Kingdom of Pictland first Kingdom of Scotland. Unification of Dal Riata and Pictland under House of Alpin as new Kingdom of Alba.
The Norman invasion and the Battle of Hastings (1066) rocked the Anglo-Saxon world and changed the culture and English language forever
The first wave of the Black Death, or Bubonic Plague, in England 1348 devastated the population leaving up to half the people dead. What was it like to live through this terrible event?
The Tudor era in English/British history is often considered the beginning of the early modern period. Many changes took place in English society between the invasion of William of Normandy (the Conqueror) and the successful coup carried out by Henry Tudor.
The origin and history of Bristol, England and a close look at three famous historical figures, their work, and what they did for Bristol; John Cabot, John Wesley and Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
This is a long article but it will give you a good understanding of the rulers of England and now the United Kingdom from 1066 to the present date.