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Angles (German: Angeln, Old English: Englas, Latin: Angli) were one of the Germanic peoples who migrated from continental Germany to Britain. That land was later called Engla-lond(In Old English - "Land of the Angles"), thus England. Thanks to the major influence of the Angles, the people of England are also known as Anglo-Saxons, and, of course English. and regions of the United Kingdom are known by names such as East Anglia.

A part of the Jutland Peninsula where the Angles originated is still called Angeln today. It is in the Federal Rebublic of Germany, Bundesland Schleswig-Holstein.


Angles[?] is also the name of a commune in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence département, in France



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