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Why was the Anglo Saxon period called the Dark Ages?
Last Updated: 23rd March, 2020
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Similarly, why do they call them the Dark Ages?
Another reason why the Middle Ages areoftencalled the Dark Ages is because, compared withothereras, historians don't know as much about this time. In someways,this period of time has been lost to history. Manyimportantrecords from this time have not survived.
Likewise, what era was the dark ages? Migration period, also called Dark AgesorEarly Middle Ages, the early medieval periodofwestern European history—specifically, thetime(476–800 ce) when there was no Roman (or HolyRoman)emperor in the West or, more generally, the periodbetweenabout 500 and 1000, which was marked by frequent warfareanda
Hereof, what is the origin of Anglo Saxon?
Anglo-Saxon.Anglo-Saxon,term used historically to describe anymember of the Germanicpeoples who, from the 5th century ce to thetime of the NormanConquest (1066), inhabited and ruled territoriesthat are todaypart of England and Wales.
When did Anglo Saxons invade?
The first Anglo-Saxons raided theshores ofsouth and east England in the fourth century AD, but theywerebeaten back by the Romans. At the beginning of the fifthcentury,the Romans left Britain.