Anglo-Saxon (disambiguation)

Anglo-Saxon (disambiguation)

Anglo-Saxon may refer to:

*Anglo-Saxons, a Germanic people inhabiting parts of England during medieval times
*Anglo-Saxon architecture
*Anglo-Saxon conquest of England
*Anglo-Saxon economy
*Anglo-Saxon glass
*Anglo-Saxon language
*History of Anglo-Saxon England

ee also

*White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP)
*Saxon (disambiguation)

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