England: The People
The country of England has been home to many peoples. From early Roman settlements, to Viking invasions, and the legacies of the Angles, Saxons, Celts, and Normans, England's culture is rich in heritage. Learn about the daily life of the English people, and what they eat, where they learn, and what they do for fun.
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