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 Anglo-Saxon - or Old English
  - the language
  - brief account
 Anglo-Saxon Chronicle - and Alfred
  - brief account
 Anglo-Saxon kingdoms
  - brief account
  - and Germanic tribes
  - and the Portuguese
  - and South Africa in the 1980s
  - and civil war in Congo
 Angra Mainyu - in Zoroastrianism
 Angra Pequena - reached by Dias
  - and Nachtigal in 1884
 Angria - and Brontë sisters
 angry young men (in Britain)
 Anguilla and Britain
 Animal Farm
 Animal Liberation Front
 animal power - for industrial purposes
 animalculae - or microorganisms
 animism - and the beginnings of religion
 Anjiro - Japanese convert to Christianity
 Anjou - and Geoffrey Plantagenet
  - and Henry II
  - taken in 1205 by Philip II of France
 Ankara - battle in 1402
 Ankole - African kingdom
 Ankole - in the Uganda Protectorate
 Ankole - agreement with Johnston in 1900
 An-Lushan - Chinese rebel
 Anna - Russian empress
 Anna - sister of Alexander I
 Annals - of Tacitus
 Annan, Thomas - and Glasgow slums
 Anne, queen of England
  - brought up as Anglican
  - and the Augustan Age
  - brief biography
  - and earl of Clarendon
 Anne, princess - marries William IV
 Anne Boleyn - courted by Henry VIII
  - execution
  - brief biography
 Anne Hathaway's Cottage
 Anne Hyde - and James II
 Anne of Austria - regent for Louis XIV
 Anne of Cleves - and Henry VIII
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