Who took over Britain after the Romans?

Who defeated the Romans in England?

The Romans met a large army of Britons, under the Catuvellauni kings Caratacus and his brother Togodumnus, on the River Medway, Kent. The Britons were defeated in a two-day battle, then again shortly afterwards on the Thames.

Why did the Romans abandon Britain?

Most people were farmers. The Romans had invaded England and ruled over England for 400 years but in 410, the Romans left England because their homes in Italy were being attacked by fierce tribes and every soldier was needed back in Rome.

What replaced the Roman Empire in 500?

What replaced the Western Roman Empire by 500? A number of states ruled by German kings. Who were the Anglo-Saxons? The Angles and Saxons, Germanic tribes from Denmark and northern Germany who moved into Britian at the beginning of the fifth century.

Who has conquered England?

Invasions of the British Isles have occurred throughout history. Various sovereign states within the territorial space that constitutes the British Isles have been invaded several times, including by the Romans, by the Germanic peoples, by the Vikings, by the Normans, by the French, and by the Dutch.

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