1/ Script used by Anglo-Saxons. 2/ Under the reign of Queen Victoria in the 19 th c., many countries had to submit to Britain due to the British / A French girl, who had certain role in coronation of the French Dauphin (1431) during the Hundred Years’ War, she was later captured and burnt by the English. 4/ Celtic religious leaders and magicians. 5/ In the 14 th and 15 th centuries, England was hit by waves of very serious illness, originating in China, being lethal in all cases, lasting usually 1-4 days. 6/ A famous battle in 1314 where Robert Bruce won independence for Scotland. 7/ During the Wars of Roses in the 15 th c, two noble families struggled for the throne, one of the being the Yorks, the second the / In 1066, the Normans conquered England in the battle of
9/ One of the biggest and most productive British colonies, source of spices and cloth. 10/ The most important Anglo-Saxon kingdom, the core of the English state. 11/ A group of countries where Britain belonged during WWI, fighting against Germany and Austria- Hungary. 12/ The situation that caused many Irish people to emigrate to the USA in the 19 th c. 13/ In the Middle Ages (12 th c) Christian soldiers used to go to spread Christianity, visit Palestine and Jerusalem, one of them being also Richard I. the Lion Heart. These journeys were called / Confederation of Scandinavian communities in north-eastern England in the 9 th c. 15/ In the 17 th century a group of extremely religious people emerged and ruled England with Oliver Cromwell as their head.
1/ Runes 2/ Colonization 3/ Joan of Arc 4/ Druids 5/ Plague 6/ Bannockburn 7/ Lancasters 8/ Hastings 9/ India 10/ Wessex 11/ Allies 12/ Famine 13/ Crusades 14/ Danelaw 15/ Puritans The solution itself: ENFRANCHISEMENT