Re: Re: Migration || Invasion

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Well now, don't forget for large swaths, it is kind of inaccurate to think of them as “The native British peoples ” as if they acted as the original natives. They had been subjugated …more or less .. by the Roman Imperium for quite some time, and there was doubtless a heavy trend towards Latin in most of the population. Certainly any leadership would have spoken it, as well as any important traders, merchants, educators, or clergymen. Doubtless a form of British still existed, but it would have had it's own Germanic roots and may have had overlap with the Anglo Saxon Invasion to a small degree coupled with existant overlap from Latin.