Latin : Language that Romans spoke
Beowulf : An epic from Anglo-Saxon period
VenerableBede : Wrote ''The History of English Church''
MagnaCarta : A document that limited King's power
Fables : Short stories of animals, always have a moral
Chauccer : The author of ''The Canterbury Tales''
Ballad : The genre of ''Robin Hood''
Magellan : Sailed around the Earth
Columbus : Discovered America
Utopia : Politival essay by Thomas More
Waterloo : Napoleon was defeated in that battle
Oxford : A famous university which was founded in 1168
Lucrece : A poem from Shakespeare's Optimistic period
NormanFrench : The language which was spoken by the King
Wordsworth : One of the Lake poets
Christianity : The religion brought by Romans
Gulliver : Jonathan Swift's most famous character
Wessex : Small kingdom ruled by Alfred the Great
Cambridge : A famous university since 1209
Fabliaus : Funny stories made up by towns-people
Druids : Old Britons own priests
Stonehenge : Old Britons' most famous temple
Sorbonne : A famous University in Paris
Defoe : The author of ''Robinson Crusoe''
Pamphlets : Small books of politics
MaryTudor : daughter of Henri VIII and Catharine of Aragon
ThomasMore : the first English humanist
Globe : A theatre which was built in 1599
GuyFawkes : He wanted to blow up the parliament
WalterScott : The author of ''Ivanhoe''