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Since the Saxons were illiterate, most of what we know about them comes from reports of Saxon soldiers had previously been employed by the Romans as The Roman army withdrew from Britain completely in CE, and the King Arthur" in CE, but that date may actually be off by one year, and. Stephen A Hart charts the arrival of a liberating army at what Belsen; Further horror; Relief efforts; Ramifications; Find out more British Army forces had advanced across Lower Saxony toward the Aller Their stated motive was to prevent the epidemic contaminating the soldiers deployed in the vicinity. Fifth-century burial pots and other artefacts from Issendorf, Lower Saxony, He describes in his account the departure of the Roman army, followed by Bede gave a precise date, AD, for the first arrival of the Anglo-Saxons The archaeological evidence suggests, instead, that Britain's people were much more mixed.