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Teutons and the Cimbri.

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What was the original homeland of the Germanic peoples called Cimbri and Teutoni?

Near the end of the first century BC Germanic peoples from Northern Germany entered areas near the northern frontiers of ancient Rome. These were Cimbri and Teutoni peoples. Why they left their homelands in the Jutland peninsula is unknown.

How old are Anglo Saxons?

The Angl Saxons were Germanic tribes who invaded the south and east of Great Britain from around 400 AD to 1066 AD.They were decedents of 3 Germanic tribes:The Angles, who may have come from Angeln (in modern Germany). The name 'England' (Anglo-Saxon 'Engla land' or 'Ængla land') originates from this tribe.The Saxons, from Lower Saxony.The Jutes, from the Jutland peninsula (in modern Denmark)

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Angles (from which Angleland = England), Saxons (from present day Saxony in Germany) and Jutes (from present day Jutland Peninsula in Denmark).

How did the jutes live?

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Who were the tribes that invaded western Europe after the fall of the roman empire?

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What is a jute?

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What peninsula is Denmark on?

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The Germanic tribes that migrated to England from Scandinavia after the departure of the Romans became known as what?

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Where is the Jutland Peninsula?

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What is a person from Jutland called?

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What is Jutland and where is it located?

Jutland is a peninsula in Denmark, located north of Germany

Is a person from Jutland a Jutlander?

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