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  channel4.com - Time Team - Jutes
From the Jutes are descended the men of Kent, the Victuarri (that is to say the people who inhabit the Isle of Wight) and that people who are today called the Jutes and are located in the kingdom of the West Saxons, opposite the Isle of Wight.
He suggests, for example, that the Jutes (or Iutae) came from Jutland, which seems logical enough except that language experts insisted that the two names come from different roots.
She argues that the history of the Jutes was lost as a result of their defeat and conquest by the West Saxons, but that they occupied large parts of what is now south Hampshire, close to the location of the Live 2001 dig.
www.channel4.com /history/microsites/T/timeteam/snapshot_jutes.html   (0 words)

  
  Jutes - LoveToKnow 1911
JUTES, the third of the Teutonic nations which invaded Britain in the 5th century, called by Bede Iutae or Iuti (see Britain, Anglo-Saxon).
In Kent, however, it seems to have soon passed out of use, though there is good reason for believing that the inhabitants of that kingdom were of a different nationality from their neighbours (see Kent, Kingdom Of).
With regard to the origin of the Jutes, Bede only says that Angulus (Angel) lay between the territories of the Saxons and the Iutae - a statement which points to their identity with the Iuti or Jyder of later times, i.e.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Jutes   (194 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Jutes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Jutes, along with the Angles, Saxons and Frisians, were amongst the Germanic tribes who sailed across the North Sea to raid and eventually invade Great Britain from the late fourth century C.E. onwards, either displacing, absorbing or destroying the native Celtic peoples there.
One recent scholar, Robin Bush, has argued that the Jutes of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight became victims of a policy of ethnic cleansing by the West Saxons, although this has been the subject of debate amongst academics, with the counter-claim that it was just the aristocracy who were wiped out.
The Jutes in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jutes   (1204 words)

  
  Jutes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Jutes, along with the Angles, Saxons and Frisians, were amongst the Germanic tribes who sailed across the North Sea to raid and eventually invade Great Britain from the late fourth century C.E. onwards, either displacing, absorbing or destroying the native Celtic peoples there.
One recent scholar, Robin Bush, has argued that the Jutes of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight became victims of a policy of ethnic cleansing by the West Saxons, although this has been the subject of debate amongst academics, with the counter-claim that it was just the aristocracy who were wiped out.
The Jutes in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jutes   (452 words)

  
 Jute - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jute is one of the cheapest natural fibres, and is second only to cotton in amount produced and variety of uses.
Jute fibres are composed primarily of the plant materials, cellulose (major component of plant fibre) and lignin (major components wood fibre).
Jute plant is derived from a relative of the Hemp (Cannabis) plant.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jute   (2543 words)

  
 Jutes - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Jutes, early Germanic tribe of Denmark or northern Germany that, according to the Anglo-Saxon historian Saint Bede the Venerable, participated in...
Jute, common name for two species of woody herbs (Linden), and for the fiber of these herbs.
Nalta Jute, variety of jute grown for its young edible shoots, which are used in cooking.
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 Jutes - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Jutes, early Germanic tribe of Denmark and northern Germany that, according to the Anglo-Saxon historian the Venerable Bede, participated in the...
Jute, common name for two species of woody herbs (see Lime), and for the fibre derived from them.
Other fibres are ramie and flax, which are used for linen and other fine cloths; and jute and hemp, which are made into sacks and rope.
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 Jutes
Jutes were people originally from what is now Jutland in modern Denmark.
Some Jutes, the Angles, Saxons and other Germanic peoples who went to England, although they are less well known than the Angles and Saxons.
Jutes settled in particular in Kent and on the Isle of Wight.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ju/Jutes.html   (48 words)

  
 Jutes Information from Garb The World
The Jutes were Germanic originating in Jutland but later settled in Frankish territory.
The Jutes were originally used as mercenaries by the controlling British forces and then settled in Kent in southest England in about 450, according to tradition under Hengist and Horsa.
Settlements of Jutes in Briton in 600 A.D. The Frisians
www.garbtheworld.com /pgs/hist/jutes.shtml   (0 words)

  
 Urban Dictionary: jutes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jute is a coarse vegetable or bast fiber traditionally used to make Burlap or Hessian and Gunny Bags.
The major species of Jute are Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius.
Juta is the Italian and Portuguese name for Jute, a coarse vegetable or bast fiber traditionally used to make Burlap or Hessian and Gunny Bags.
www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=jutes   (346 words)

  
 Search Results for "Jutes"
Settled by Jutes in the fifth century a.d., it became one of the seven kingdoms of the Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy...
From Middle English Jutes, the Jutes, from Medieval Latin Iutae, from Old English Iotas, Iutan;...
A member of one of the Germanic peoples, the Angles, the Saxons, and the Jutes, who settled in Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=Jutes   (336 words)

  
 Jute Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Jutes are a 'Germanic' tribe that live on the Northern fringes of the world and survive by fishing, sea-borne trade and farming.
The Jutes are troubled by raiders, and attacks, from the East, mostly from a group known as the 'Forest Franks', and many are the voices raised that suggest a solution.
Jutes, like Saxons and their other kin, are Large and Strong compared with the average citizens of the Empire.
www.pbem-portal.com /fantasy/pretannic/year0/jutes.htm   (516 words)

  
 (24) The development of the English language.
The Germanic tribes, Jutes, Saxons and the Angles, came to England around the 5th century AD and began to live in the Jutland, Holstein and Schleswig areas.
Later on the Jutes settled in Kent and the southern Hampshire, the Saxons in the rest of the south of the Thames area and the modern Middlesex, and the Angles spread throughout the rest of England and as far as up to the Scottish lowlands.
Also the Saxons dialect was called West Saxon as they were settled in the west, and the dialect of Jutes was called the Kentish who were on the southern and eastern sides of the river Thames.
encyclopediaofauthentichinduism.org /articles/24_the_development_of.htm   (1137 words)

  
 (24) The development of the English language.
The Germanic tribes, Jutes, Saxons and the Angles, came to England around the 5th century AD and began to live in the Jutland, Holstein and Schleswig areas.
Later on the Jutes settled in Kent and the southern Hampshire, the Saxons in the rest of the south of the Thames area and the modern Middlesex, and the Angles spread throughout the rest of England and as far as up to the Scottish lowlands.
Also the Saxons dialect was called West Saxon as they were settled in the west, and the dialect of Jutes was called the Kentish who were on the southern and eastern sides of the river Thames.
www.encyclopediaofauthentichinduism.org /articles/24_the_development_of.htm   (1137 words)

  
 Saxons Part 2
Considering where the Jutes originated from, it is strange that Vortigen would have employed them in the first place.
One event lead to another culminating in the Jutes throwing in their lot with the Saxon pirates and going on a plundering and murdering spree.
Jutes - as their name might suggest - originated from Jutland and the Frisian coast and islands.
www.battle1066.com /saxons2.shtml   (1385 words)

  
 Jutes - HighBeam Encyclopedia
Airborne endotoxin and its relationship to pulmonary function among workers in an Indian jute mill.
Relationship of jute dust to interstitial fibrosis in rat lung.
Respiratory symptoms and lung function in jute processing workers: a primary investigation.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-X-Jutes.html   (483 words)

  
 The Jutes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Jutes were a Germanic people who are believed to have originated in Jylland (Jutland) in modern Denmark and part of the Frisian coast.
that attest to the presence of the Jutes in the area, such as Ytene, which Florence of Worcester states was the contemporary English name for the New Forest.
While it is a commonplace to detect their influences in Kent (e.g., the practice of partible inheritance known as gavelkind), the Jutes in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight vanished, leaving only the slightest of traces.
home.comcast.net /~desilva22/jutes.htm   (318 words)

  
 A Brief History of Baron Edouard and "The Jutes"
As for "Jute", there is at least one point in favor of this interpretation: the spelling of the name of our first recorded direct ancestor, Alexander Chewte.
The Jutes were one of the three Scandinavian tribes which invaded Great Britain after the fall of the Roman Empire.
The Jutes were, in short, the "bad guys", as far as the later Christians were concerned.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~chute/jutes.htm   (3988 words)

  
 English language - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about English language
The ancestral forms of English were dialects brought from the northwest coastlands of Europe to Britain by Angle, Saxon, and Jutish invaders who gained footholds in the southeast in the 5th century and over the next 200 years extended and consolidated their settlements from southern England to the middle of Scotland.
Scholars distinguish four main early dialects: of the Jutes in Kent (Kentish), the Saxons in the south (West Saxon), the Mercians or southern Angles in the Midlands (Mercian), and the Northumbrians or northern Angles north of the Humber (Northumbrian).
The first dialect of Old English to rise to literary prominence was Northumbrian, and during the early Old English period Northumbrian schools were the most learned in Christendom, producing such scholars as Bede and Alcuin, confidant and adviser of Charlemagne.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /English+language   (1096 words)

  
 Jutes
The Jutes were a Germanic tribe who invaded Britain in the 5th century AD.
According to Bede the Jutes occupied Hampshire, Kent and the Isle of Wight.
Large numbers of Jutes lived in the New Forest in Hampshire and until the 11th century it was known as Ytene (of the Jutes).
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /MEDjutes.htm   (98 words)

  
 Britannia
This strongly limits the player who has the Romans, considerably limits the player who has Danes or Saxons, and limits the Norwegians and Angles almost as much, and it is conceivable that a late choice must be a "prohibited" combination simply because there is no other choice.
In order to have the same number of picks for each player we split the Romans and Romano-British apart, and also combine Dubliners with Jutes (one pick takes both), and Romano-British and Belgae (one pick for both) for a total of 15.
In order to have the same number of picks for each player we combine the Dubliners with Jutes (one pick takes both), and the Romano-British and Belgae (one pick for both).
www.fantasyflightgames.com /britannia_designnotes3.html   (1099 words)

  
 Regia Anglorum - The Saxons
From the Jutes came the people of Kent and the people of the Isle of Wight, that is the race which now dwells in the Isle of Wight, and the race among the West Saxons which is still called the race of the Jutes.
There is some debate as to their exact origins, since linguistic evidence suggests they came from Jutland, however this may be entirely coincidental, whilst the more secure archaeological and land divisions evidence suggests an origin in one of the northern Frankish realms, around the mouth of the Rhine.
It is also probable that the leaders of the Jutes may have originated in Jutland, having served as mercenaries in Frisia or the Rhineland; resulting in their followers being a mixture of north Danish Jutes, Franks and Frisians.
www.regia.org /Saxon1.htm   (2406 words)

  
 The Project Gutenberg eBook of History of Anglo-Saxons, by Sir Francis Palgrave.
The "three tribes of Germany"—the Jutes, the Angles, and the Saxons, by whom Britain was subdued, seem originally to have constituted but one nation, speaking the same language, and ruled by monarchs who all claimed their descent from the deified monarch of the Teutons, Woden or Odin.
All seem to agree that the Jutes warred successfully against the Picts and Scots; and that, in order to reward their services, the Isle of Thanet was bestowed upon them, in the manner which, as I have before described, was practised by the Romans in favour of their Laetic or Gentile auxiliaries.
Connecting the history of the Jutes with antecedent events, it appears most agreeable to probability, that their landing was the result of such a piratical expedition as had so often harassed Britain in the Roman ages.
pge.rastko.net /dirs/pge/pge05/100168/e100168.html   (16800 words)

  
 The Jutes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As this change occurred during the years in which the Saxons were migrating to Western Europe from their old home east of the Black Sea, it is obvious that the people who arrived in Denmark as Jutes must have started out as JUDES or Judai.
Further, in the Low German dialects, which are more closely related to Old English (the English of the Saxons and Jutes) the name Jude is pronounced 'Yut', which is equivalent to the English 'Jute'.
'It is certain, therefore, that the JUTES were originally called Judes or Judai, and that they were the descendants of that part of the people of JUDAH which the Assyrians carried away with Israel to Media.
www.hope-of-israel.org /p18.htm   (390 words)

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