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Pemukiman Anglo-Saxon di Britania adalah proses, dari pertengahan abad ke-5 sampai awal abad ke-7, dimana bahasa dan budaya sebagian besar Inggris beralih dari Romano-Britania ke Jermanik, setelah Romawi menarik diri pada awal abad ke-5. Pandangan tradisional terhadap proses tersebut menyebut invasi beberapa bangsa Jermanik, yang secara kolektif disebut sebagai Anglo-Saxon, dari pesisir barat benua Eropa, disusul dengan pendirian kerajaan Anglo-Saxon di sebagian besar Inggris dan sebagian kecil dataran rendah Skotlandia.

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