By Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, Glasgow Museums, National Army Museum
1745: Charles Edward Stuart and the Jacobites
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There were major cultural differences between the Britons and the Anglo-Saxons, particularly religious differences. British Christians despised Anglo-Saxon paganism; one of the very few British Christian writers whose works survive, the monk and historian Gildas (ca. 516– 570), spoke of the sins of the Britons in inviting pagan mercenaries to the island, calling them “the ferocious Saxons (name not to be spoken) hated by man and God” (quoted in Snyder 1998, 249). ” 29 A Brief History of Great Britain Despite these prejudices and cultural differences, as Britain increasingly fragmented and memory of Roman unity faded, British and Anglo-Saxon values converged.
There was also the kingdom of Alt Clut, or Strathclyde, in the Clyde River valley, a British kingdom that survived Anglo-Saxon assaults and only finally disappeared by the 11th century. There was a long history of conflict between the peoples of north Britain—Picts had raided northern British communities, and the Britons regarded the Picts with nearly as much loathing as they did the Anglo-Saxons—but there were also forces uniting these disparate peoples. Increasingly prominent among them was Christianity, a religion that would eventually include the Anglo-Saxons as well.
These two cultures, both of northern Germany and Denmark rather than the southern regions which would adopt Christianity, became the foundation for what would that had prolonged contact with the Roman Empire. One Anglo-Saxon be the dominant kingdoms of Britain—England and Scotland. The poem, “The Wanderer,” refers to cities, meaning Roman cities, as the centuries after the Roman withdrawal were also marked by a distinct work of giants. The Anglo-Saxons were originally pagan in religion. insular culture.
1745: Charles Edward Stuart and the Jacobites by Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, Glasgow Museums, National Army Museum