The members of three tribes, the Angles, the Saxons, and the Jutes, made up the majority of those who invaded and conquered Roman Britain and lager became know as the Anglo-Saxons. However, smaller numbers of people from other Germanic tribes also participated in this migration and conquest. And some members of all these tribes remained in Continental Europe and followed other paths.
Angles, Saxon, and Jutes
The answer is Gelic, Tribaba and The wowa tribe. they spoke ookga booka. in the 5th centry
Yes, some Native American tribes did fight with other Native American tribes. Some tribes even kept other Native Americans as slaves or hostages and destroyed villages.
Vikings and Celtics
anglosaxons the English
no both were germanic but they fought they were cousins
The Persian Emoire was composed of hundreds of tribes, principlities and city-states.
The tribes of the three fires were the Odawa, Ojibwa, and the Potawatomi. These tribes all resided in the state of Michigan.
the three germanic tribes are the angles, saxons, and the jutes
AngloSaxons and Vikings