• angles
    Ængle/ engle
    anglo-saxon homelands and settlements.svg
    spread of angles (red) and saxons (blue) around 500 ad
    regions with significant populations
    schleswig, holstein, jutland, frisia, heptarchy (england)
    old english
    (anglic dialects)
    originally germanic and anglo-saxon paganism, later christianity
    related ethnic groups
    anglo-saxons, saxons, frisii, jutes
    map of the roman empire under hadrian (ruled 117–138), showing the then homeland of the angles (anglii) on the jutland peninsula in today's germany and denmark

    the angles (old english: Ængle, engle; latin: angli; german: angeln) were one of the main germanic peoples[1] who settled in great britain in the post-roman period. they founded a number of kingdoms of anglo-saxon england, and their name is the root of the name england ("land of Ængle"). according to tacitus, before their move to britain, angles lived alongside langobardi and semnones in historical regions of schleswig and holstein, which are today part of northern germany (schleswig-holstein).[2]

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Ængle/ Engle
Anglo-Saxon Homelands and Settlements.svg
Spread of Angles (red) and Saxons (blue) around 500 AD
Regions with significant populations
Schleswig, Holstein, Jutland, Frisia, Heptarchy (England)
Old English
(Anglic dialects)
Originally Germanic and Anglo-Saxon paganism, later Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Anglo-Saxons, Saxons, Frisii, Jutes
Map of the Roman Empire under Hadrian (ruled 117–138), showing the then homeland of the Angles (Anglii) on the Jutland peninsula in today's Germany and Denmark

The Angles (Old English: Ængle, Engle; Latin: Angli; German: Angeln) were one of the main Germanic peoples[1] who settled in Great Britain in the post-Roman period. They founded a number of kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England, and their name is the root of the name England ("land of Ængle"). According to Tacitus, before their move to Britain, Angles lived alongside Langobardi and Semnones in historical regions of Schleswig and Holstein, which are today part of northern Germany (Schleswig-Holstein).[2]

Other Languages
العربية: أنجل (شعب)
asturianu: Anglos
azərbaycanca: Anqllar
Bân-lâm-gú: Angle lâng
беларуская: Англы
български: Англи
brezhoneg: Angled
català: Angles
Чӑвашла: Анкăлсем
čeština: Anglové
dansk: Anglere
Deutsch: Angeln (Volk)
eesti: Anglid
español: Anglos
Esperanto: Engloj
euskara: Anglo
فارسی: آنگل‌ها
français: Angles (peuple)
Frysk: Angelen
galego: Anglos
𐌲𐌿𐍄𐌹𐍃𐌺: 𐌰𐌲𐌲𐌹𐌻𐍉𐍃
한국어: 앵글인
հայերեն: Անգլեր
hrvatski: Angli
Bahasa Indonesia: Orang Angli
íslenska: Englar
italiano: Angli
қазақша: Англдар
Kiswahili: Waangli
Latina: Angli
magyar: Anglik
македонски: Англи
മലയാളം: ആംഗിൾസ്
Mirandés: Anglos
Nederlands: Angelen
Nedersaksies: Angelen
日本語: アングル人
norsk: Anglere
Piemontèis: Angles
Plattdüütsch: Angeln (Volk)
polski: Anglowie
português: Anglos
română: Angli
русский: Англы
Scots: Angles
shqip: Angles
Simple English: Angles
slovenčina: Anglovia
slovenščina: Angli
српски / srpski: Англи
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Angli
suomi: Anglit
svenska: Angler
Türkçe: Angluslar
українська: Англи
Tiếng Việt: Người Angle
West-Vlams: Angeln
中文: 盎格魯人