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Anglo-Saxons were Germanic tribes that settled in Britain and founded England.
Anglo-Saxon may also refer to:
- Anglo-Saxon (anthropology) or Nordic race, one of the putative Caucasian sub-races
- Anglo-Saxon England, the history of Anglo-Saxons
- Anglo-Saxon model, modern macroeconomic term
- Anglo-Saxon world, modern societies based on or influenced by English customs
- Old English or Anglo-Saxon, the earliest historical form of the English language
- SS Anglo Saxon, one of various ships
- White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, an ethnicity in the U.S.
- Anglo, a prefix
- Saxon (disambiguation)
- All pages with titles beginning with Anglo-Saxon (disambiguation)
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