The Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain was a consequence of the migration of Germanic peoples from continental Germania during the Early Middle Ages, after the demise of Roman rule in the 5th century. These peoples are traditionally divided into Angles, Saxons and Jutes, but research conducted in the early 20th century suggests that a wide range of Germanic peoples from the North Sea coasts of Frisia, Lower Saxony, and Jutland may have moved to Britain in this era.
"Model Wookie Mayer turns sixty this fall. Aside from her obvious good genes and bone structure, I think a lot of her beauty comes from her natural style – unfussy hair, toned body, minimal makeup. I’m taking note of the less is more approach…let skin show through a lightly bronzed face, add color to lips, keep eyes bright and natural. A few wrinkles actually look appropriate and add to her appeal."
The Queen, magic islands and Will Self on why the rich are ruining London
Robert Campin. Porträt einer Frau. Um 1430-1435, Holz, 40 × 27 cm. London, National Gallery. Pendantporträt, vgl. Porträt ihres Gatten, ebenfalls London. Niederlande. Altniederländische Malerei. KO 00102