emperor Zeno, dated between 484 and 491. If I read the article correctly, he's being used for something about genetics? Copying Scripture at Wearmouth-Jarrow, helen Gittos, Associate Professor, Colyer-Fergusson Fellow and Tutor in Early Medieval History, University of Oxford. 4u1e ( talk ) 14:35, (UTC) Map discussion edit Yorkshirian recently added this new version of an old map to this article; it was removed by Deacon of Pndapetzim and re-added by Yorkshirian. Edit Did Edgar really consolidate the kingdom or is this just a nationalist subterfuge to evade the reality of a Danish King Knut being the first King of All England?- Jack Upland 07:22, (UTC) I think the truth of the matter is that no one. You are missing the point. I apologise that I can't spend my time doing this, but I wanted to let others know about some of the important modern sources for this.
And we assess them in the light of scholarly consensus - we don't just ignore them because we disagree with them. Augustine of Hippo Possidius, etc. Wilfridselsey ( talk ) 21:26, 6 November 2011 (UTC) @Paul S: Unless we hear different views from other editors, it seems that you have not convinced anyone that your approach is correct - so I have reverted your edit. 20th century historians discussed the hypothesis and generally rejected.
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If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. Wilfridselsey ( talk ) 14:44, 26 November 2011 (UTC) As far as I can see Oppenheimer has no academic credentials in this field (he's a medical doctor) and has not published any peer-reviewed articles on his research. Then came the dreadful rumour that the old enemies were come again, and then a plague. Finally, at the shallowest end, we have the frankly pot-boiling work: commissioned books like one on Anglo-Saxon Britain and another on working-class heroes.". There has always been a debate about some of the Belgae tribes possibly speaking German. Preceding unsigned comment added by ( talk ) 12:24, 9 September 2011 (UTC) ingali edit I've just done a GA assessment on the article ingali. Now that the letter was dated, the interval could be no longer maintained. Yes, we get it, "Anglo-Saxons" were not in fact "Angles and Saxons the term is misleading, and, shockingly, wasn't coined before the 8th century. However, I will amend the article as proposed. Therefore I think that the 878 map is nearer the truth as it says Wessex and it's dependancies. And if Oxford University would give us a copy of the ancient book in the British language that their archdeacon gave to Geoffrey perhaps we could unravel the mystery of Arthur or should it be that well known Roman surname Artorius? Annis XX et VI' (423-449, rightly 450 are Proclamation of Valentinian Marcellinus (425) Vandal conquest of Africa Isidore (c.
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