In this lecture the Professor looks at the political changes and developments in Britain during the Post Roman and Pre Viking Era 500-750 A.D or C.E. This period has been typically called controversially ''The Dark Ages'' but now tends to be referred to as the Early Middle Ages. Revolving around the early development of the Anglo Saxon Kingdoms of Britain. The Heptarchy is the primary focus of this lecture and so it will give a brief overview of Medieval Northumbria, Mercia, East Anglia, Essex, Kent, Sussex and Wessex.
Attribution: Bilkent University's Department of History focuses on graduate studies, offering M.A. and Ph.D. programs in the areas of Ottoman, European and the U.S.A. history. Begun in 1993, the Department boasts an International faculty trained at some of the leading Universities in Europe, North America and Turkey. The Department serves an international student body with students from Belgium, Bulgaria, Romania, Russia, Turkey and the U.S.A. currently enrolled.
The focus of this channel is history plain and simple and all of the facts and theories that come with it.