By the end of the sixth century, the territory of Britain was divided between the ancient Germanic tribes, the largest of which were the Angles and Saxons. Subsequently, they gave the name to the people, whose descendants today inhabit the UK, Australia, Canada and the United States. Despite being related, Anglo-Saxon names have little in common with modern English names, more like German or Swedish ones. Names played an important role in Anglo-Saxon society, indicating the social status of the bearer. Among the nobility, they consisted of two words, among commoners - from one, often indicating a working profession.
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