Saxon Invasion - Illustration

UK, Ancient Civilization, Anglo-Saxon, Army, Barbarian

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Stock illustration ID:471140831
Upload date:May 17, 2014

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Vintage engraving from 1854 showing the invasion of British Isles by the Saxons under the brothers Hengist and Horsa. Hengist and Horsa are semi-legendary the earliest clear source for them is Bede, who states that Hengest was brought to Britain by Vortigern as a mercenary, to fight the Picts, and that Hengest (Horse was killed in battle) then took over and estabished the Kingdom of Kent around 455 AD.
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