Norman Davies Quote

Traditionally, historians thought in terms of invasions: the Celts took over the islands, then the Romans, then the Anglo-Saxons. It now seems much more likely that the resident population doesn't change as much as thought. The people stay put but are reculturalized by some new dominant culture.
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God's Playground: A History of Poland, Vol. 1: The Origins to 1795
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