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This collection, covering various topics and techniques, is available in two forms: a single bound book or a series of loose-leaf, wide-margined papers. I seem to have an uncanny knack for being on the "wrong side" of oddball topics. It's rather embarrassing, really. I'm sure I've felt that way before, but I can't remember when or in what context. It's so easy to get into a rant about something, and it's so easy to feel defensive. I've felt that way about the history of England in the Middle Ages, mostly because of the cult of King Arthur and the myth that the Saxon and Celtic kingdoms were united in a golden age. This wasn't so long ago, and I'm sure the same thing happens to this day, but I feel the need to say something now, and this seems like a good place to start. You might know the story of King Arthur from the old movie "Excalibur" (1936). It's just fine, but it's a bit too much for a low-budget movie to go into great depth of history, and there's no real reason to watch it again unless you're interested in it. There are different accounts of the early Saxon kingdoms, with some being more fanciful than others. Most historians say that at the end of the sixth century the Angles, Saxons and Jutes had become the dominant Germanic tribe, and that they didn't hold a united kingdom until the eighth century (Jutish settlement in the north has traditionally been credited to the Jutes, but that may be a later development). These tribes were already in England when the Romans began their invasion, but it was not until the fourth century that the Romans subjugated the Celtic Britons and gave the land to the Romano-Celtic tribes. The Picts and Scots were settled in the northern regions of what is now Scotland, and we've all heard of the Vikings. For whatever reason, the Celts were driven out of what is now England, leaving their landholdings to the Anglo-Saxons. The Anglo-Saxons did not form a united kingdom, but split into three kingdoms: East Anglia, Mercia and Wessex. The actual line of King Arthur may be a myth, but it's hard to say without a concrete source of the narrative (at least, it's not known that the early Angles, Saxons and Jutes had a king

 

 


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