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The '''Angles''' were one of the three tribles (along with the [[Saxon]]s and the [[Jute]]s) who were named as invading [[England]] during the [[Dark Ages]]. All three came from the Germanic low-lands, '''Anglia''' or '''''Angeln'''', being a peninsula, coming from [[modern]] Schleswig-Holstein into the Bay of Kiel.
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The '''Angles''' were one of the three tribes (along with the [[Saxon]]s and the [[Jute]]s) who were named as invading [[England]] during the [[Dark Ages]]. All three came from the [[Germany|Germanic]] low-lands, where Anglia or ''Angeln'' is a peninsula that extends from [[modern]] Schleswig-Holstein into the Bay of Kiel.
   
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* [[Anglo-Saxon]]
   
 
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The Angles were one of the three tribes (along with the Saxons and the Jutes) who were named as invading England during the Dark Ages. All three came from the Germanic low-lands, where Anglia or Angeln is a peninsula that extends from modern Schleswig-Holstein into the Bay of Kiel.

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