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The Anglo-Saxons

Most of the Anglo-Saxons invaders were farmers looking for richer lands, but many of them were also deep-sea fisherman used to hunting seals and whales in the stormy ocean.
They were organised in family groups, called Clans, where the most important social bond was loyalty to the other members and to the lord of the tribe. They exalted physical courage and personal freedom and they also had a highly developed sense of beauty.
They made fine ornaments and enjoyed feasting and drinking
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