: John Ogilvie
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The Welsh still call the English
Saesons.— 2. The language
of the Saxons. The
terms Saxon and Anglo-Saxon are popularly used to designate that dialect of the
, which prevailed to the close of the twelfth century. SAX'ON, a.
Pertaining to the Saxons, to their country, or to their language
ARCI11TECTURE, n. The architecture of England before the Norman Conquest.
There are some supposed remains of this style in existence, but thc
characteristics are not ...