Most of the Anglo-Saxon invaders were farmers looking for richer lands or deep-sea fisherman.
They were organized in clans where the loyalty was the most important value and they exalted the sense of beauty and the phisical courage.
They gave to Britain the new name England that means "The land of the Angles".
The monk Augustine was a monk that was sent by Pope Gregory I to bring Christianity back to England.
They dextroyed the Roman British towns and they founded The Kingdom of England that was divided in realms: Anglia, Northumbria, Mercia, Wessex, Midlands.
Alfred the Great and his son Edward had conquered the majority of England and Edwar's son, Anthelstan, Completed the task in 927 finishing conquering Nothumbria.